Procurement Contract Team Administrator
What is in it for you?
• Demonstrate your excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
• An opportunity to develop professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders
• Gain experience working in a procurement team, providing invaluable support.
Working within the Procurement Contract Management team, you will be supporting team members with providing accurate documentation of meetings, through minute taking and assisting with meeting logistics, such as booking meeting rooms.
As a Procurement Contract Team Administrator you will be liaising with other teams internally, and external suppliers, to develop working relationships.
You will provide a first-class administrative service, ensuring you are adapting to the teams needs and prioritising work effectively.
It is essential that you have excellent attention to detail and remain on top of running regular reports. You will need to demonstrate good time management and communication skills, both written and verbally.
You will gain an understanding of procurement practices and contract management, and be involved in meetings with project team members and suppliers.
What we are looking for:
• Effective team working
• Ability to prioritise tasks and work flexibly
• Confidence to build rapport with others
To apply for this role, please submit your CV and covering letter. Please ensure that your CV and covering letter clearly demonstrate how you meet the knowledge, skills and experience requirements of the role.
This role can be based in either London or Birmingham. Please specify which location you wish to be based from in your covering letter.
Interviews for this role will take place mid-end of October 2017.
Team player with good communication skills
Educated to GCSE level standard or above
Practical experience of providing general administrative duties
MS Outlook, Word, Excel and Access – basic level
Document production skills – to produce clear, well formatted documentation to high standards.
Minute taking skills
Good attention to detail
A good team player – willing and able to assist customers and colleagues and flexibility to cover for others
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