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EN:Procure is now seeking candidates for 3 exciting new roles

EN:Procure is now seeking candidates keen to develop their careers in Procurement and Supply Chain Management by taking their next step into 3 exciting new roles.

We welcome applications from candidates located across the UK.  These roles will be home based and will continue to work on an agile basis after the current C19 lockdown restrictions.

"Effective and efficient supply chain management is central to the work that we do with our growing membership of social landlords located across Northern England. We now have 3 exciting career opportunities in EN:Procure to develop our procurement and supply chain management offer as we grow our service and operating footprint. If you want to be bring your passion for excellent procurement and supply chain management to a progressive, growing company with a social purpose, then these are just the roles for you." 

Lee Parkinson, Chief Executive, Efficiency North

The new Supply Chain Manager will be responsible for the management and performance of a wide range of supply categories frequently used in the improvement, maintenance and construction of housing.  The Procurement Manager will be responsible for the procurement of frameworks and other bespoke projects as required by EN Members, predominantly relating to construction works and materials.   The Procurement Coordinator will support the Procurement Manager.



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