Department: Regional Procurement & Stores (National Fleet Management Project: South Yorkshire Police)
Salary: Band D / E - £24, 759 - £33, 771
Hours: 37 Hours per Week
As part of a national review of police procurement, we have recently taken a Commercial Lead role for the procurement and commercial activity associated with the National Fleet Services category.
This has provided us with the ability to offer an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to join us as a Category Officer to assist in the delivery of the national category strategy. We are looking for an individual who has achieved the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply Level 4 or some relevant experience and willingness to study (see CVF Profile for other essential and desirable criteria).
The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic person with some understanding of public sector procurement with the ability to plan and organise activities in support of a larger team, reporting into a range of national stakeholders and assist in the delivery of quantifiable savings and other efficiencies through a variety of commercial activities.
Skills & Experience:
*Relevant experience of procurement projects, collaborative projects or similar
*Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Level 4 or equivalent or relevant experience and willingness to study
We offer generous entitlements and supportive polices to enable a better work-life balance, some of which are listed below:
*Generous annual leave allowance
*Flexible and agile working
*Generous 'family' leave
*Access to a range of occupational health facilities
*Generous pension scheme
*Employee assistance service ( accessible 24/7)
Applicants must meet the minimum requirement checkable history criteria, which must be taken into account for individuals applying to work with South Yorkshire Police in any capacity. A minimum checkable history of 3 years has been identified for this role and successfully undergoing recruitment vetting procedure is a pre-requisite of employment with South Yorkshire Police.