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Vacancy : Collaborative Procurement Manager
Company Location : London

Job Description

Collaborative Procurement Manager 038156
Organisation – Business Services
Job – Procurement/Sourcing
Position Type – Full Time
Location: Remote and Palestra, Southwark
Contract: Fixed term contract – 6 month with potential for extension
Salary: £45,000 – £55,000 (pro-rata)

About Us:
The Greater London Authority (GLA) Collaboration Portfolio is a major change portfolio with significant savings targets in response to the financial challenges currently faced by the GLA Group and its member organisations including Transport for London (TfL), Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), London Fire Brigade (LFB), Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). Governed by the GLA Collaboration Board which has senior officer representation from all member organisations, the Portfolio consists of feasibility, design and delivery projects seeking to identify opportunities for collaboration and deliver efficiencies across the Group.
It’s an especially important and exciting time for the Portfolio’s work helping to ensure as much of the GLA Group’s collective funds and resources are directed to the frontline services and public investment our capital needs as it recovers from the unprecedented impacts of the pandemic.

About the role:
The team is looking for collaborative procurement managers and business analysts to forge better collaboration amongst the Group and optimise its consumption of products and services across HR Systems, IT, estates & facilities management.
You’ll apply your business analysis and/or collaborative procurement skills, knowledge, and experience to drive forward projects and initiatives. Working in a multi-skilled matrix team based at TfL, you’ll work with business leaders and senior stakeholders across the GLA Group and other partner organisations.
Key Accountabilities:
Collaborative Procurement: Apply collaborative procurement expertise to assess opportunities in a number of categories (including HR Systems, IT, estates & facilities management) across the Greater London Authority (GLA) Group’s member organisations (including Transport for London, the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade and others).Business Analysis & discovery work: Gather commercial and other information from business leaders across The Group, analyse & evaluate the current state, articulate clear objectives and future state options & the case for change, and help shape required change project/s and its/their outcomesProject Management: Manage collaborative procurement feasibility & design projects in a [culture] change environment, plan activity, manage risks & senior stakeholders, and produce high quality executive level management reporting with informed insights and actionable recommendationsStakeholder Engagement: Engage and manage relevant business leaders across the GLA family to analyse current and future business needs and best practice to drive better quality services and improve buy-in / usage of products and services across the GLA GroupBusiness Case Development: Develop business cases outlining the case for change, cost implications and vision for ‘future state’ services, including recommendations on optimal business process flows, providing supporting data and information (e.g. opportunities to outsource / insource activities to third parties or GLA centres of excellence).
Key skills knowledge and experience:
1. Public sector procurement skills knowledge and experience, ideally in establishing joint contracts between / collaborative procurement by multiple public sector organisations (essential)
2. Business analysis and discovery work experience, gathering current state information and future state requirements from business leaders across multiple organisations or departments (desirable)
3. Project management skill and methodical approach, delivering positive outcomes and outputs including high quality executive level management reporting (essential)
4. Ability to build and influence relationships with a range of people at all levels, including working with senior business leaders to enable business benefit (essential)
5. Knowledge and experience in the procurement of HR management systems, IT, or estates & facilities management products and services (desirable)
Equality and Diversity:
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status.

On this recruitment campaign, as part of TfL’s continuing commitment to be an inclusive and equal opportunity employer we will be removing personal identifiable information from CVs and covering letters that could cause discrimination.
Application Process:
The closing date for applications is 23:59 Monday 14 February 2022.
Please apply using your CV (max 2 pages) and a two page covering letter.
Think carefully about the skills, knowledge and experience in the advert and cover this in your CV and cover letter.
Benefits (pro-rata)
In return for your commitment and expertise, you will enjoy excellent benefits and scope to grow. Rewards vary according to the business area but mostly include:
Final salary pension schemeFree travel for you on the TfL networkA 75% discount on National Rail Season Ticket and interest free loan30 days annual leave plus public and bank holidaysPrivate healthcare discounted schemeTax-efficient cycle-to-work programmeRetail, health, leisure and travel offersDiscounted Eurostar travel

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