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Procurement Manager (AE1537)


London - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £50-60,000

Are you a strong negotiator with experience in procurement?

Do you excel at building relationships with suppliers?

Joining this innovative beauty brand, you will work closely with the planning and NPD teams to negotiate and manage the buying of all product, packaging and finished goods to ensure the best costs, payment terms and service from suppliers.

You will use your great commercial acumen to develop and execute the purchasing and supplier negotiation strategy. You will control the budget, place POs and implement cost saving initiatives. Producing monthly reports and analysis and providing forecast and budget pricing for materials and service costs.

A great problem solver with a creative approach, you will identify new suppliers and develop sourcing and risk management strategies to minimise the impact of volatile supply markets.

You will strive to improve CSR performance, adopting more sustainable practices and increasing the use of recyclable / recycled materials.

A CIPS qualification would be a plus.

If you want to be part of an exciting, fast growing company, apply now!


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E-mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to

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