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Procurement and Commercial Manager (Development / Construction)
  • Employer: Notting Hill Genesis
  • Reference: DNB/20/133073
  • Published: Fri 02/10/2020, 10:00 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 19/10/2020, 10:00 AM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37.5 hours per week
  • Salary: £45,000 to £60,000 per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Bruce Kenrick House, Islington

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Procurement and Commercial Manager (Development / Construction)

Can you help us to deliver fantastic residential developments by getting the best value from our contractor and consultant partners?

Notting Hill Genesis is one of London’s leading housing associations and residential developers.  We have an ambitious programme to build 1400 homes a year. We currently have 3000 homes in construction and a strong pipeline with a range of exciting projects that will deliver high quality new homes and create new communities.

We’re looking for a tenacious and motivated Procurement and Commercial Manager, to drive value for money and regulatory compliance in our procurement processes and supply chain management strategies. 

You’ll support the delivery of our new developments by providing technical and commercial leadership and support to the development department on procurement, framework, supply chain, contracts and cost planning.  You’ll be our trusted advisor, so you’ll need excellent knowledge of tendering and contracts, as well as a good understanding of property development and/or construction.

We have our own frameworks of consultants and contractors who we work with to deliver our development projects.  Our main framework of over 170 suppliers will run until 2022, and we additionally have various secondary frameworks and approved supplier lists.  You’ll be responsible for managing these existing frameworks, as well as leading on the high-profile procurement of new and replacement frameworks with the help of our corporate Procurement Team.

Our development project managers are responsible for running their own tenders and contracting with consultants and contractors for their projects.  You’ll support them in doing so, guiding and challenging your colleagues to achieve compliance and best practice in all tendering and contracts.  You’ll develop our suite of procedures and template documents, monitor and oversee all tendering and contract activities across the department, collect analyse and present information about suppliers to inform tendering and selection decisions, deliver training, provide advice, and help colleagues with day-to-day problem solving.

This is an excellent opportunity if you enjoy a varied workload and you’re looking for a new challenge.  The role demands both strategic thinking and attention to detail, and you’ll need to balance long-range projects and continual improvement initiatives with day-to-day demands.  This is the role for you if you want to have an impact and make a difference, within a friendly and supportive team.

We’re open minded when thinking of hiring the right person and we’d welcome interest from candidates from a variety of professional backgrounds.  You’ll need to demonstrate proven experience and knowledge of tendering and contracts, and an understanding of property development and/or construction.  See the role profile for full details of the knowledge, experience and skills we’re looking for.

In return we offer a highly competitive salary, generous annual leave, health cash plan, season ticket loan, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer as well as other benefits packages.

The salary band for this role is £45,000 to £60,000 per annum.  The starting salary we offer you will depend on your capability and level of applicable experience.

How to apply

To apply for this role, upload your CV and supporting statement. Please note a supporting statement is not a cover letter.

Your supporting statement must address the following questions.  When answering these questions, you will need to address the behaviours and essential/desirable criteria listed on the role profile and provide examples of how you demonstrate the required knowledge, experience and skills.

  1. Why do you want to work in the residential development industry and why Notting Hill Genesis? (200 words max)
  2. What are your key skills, experience and traits that make you suitable for the Procurement and Commercial Manager role? (400 words max)
  3. Give an example of when you have implemented an initiative to improve the way things are done. (300 words max)

The closing date for applications is 10am on 19 October 2020. 

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview/assessment during the week commencing 26 October 2020 or 2 November 2020.

Please note that should a NHG redeployee apply for this role, their application will be considered before any others.

Our ethos is to provide equal opportunities to all, and to ensure we represent the communities we serve – we have joined the G15’s diversity pledge to encourage ethnic (BAME) diversity in housing association leadership.  We welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds. If you have the skills, experience and values we're seeking, please apply to join us and be part of an inclusive culture that celebrates diversity, equality of opportunity and provides a place for you to grow your career.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact the Recruiting Manager at Kylie.Bickford@nhg.org.uk.

 

 

 

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