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Lothian & Borders Fire & Rescue

Temporary Service Delivery Manager - Procurement

Salary:27,106 - 32,423 per annum


Applications are invited for the post of Temporary Procurement Service Delivery Manager. This post will be on a fixed term basis until 31 March 2013 or until the new Scottish Fire and Rescue Service structure is implemented.

Applicants should use the following link to apply for this post:

Please contact for any further information.

Closing date: Midnight on Thursday 08 March 2012

Interviews to be held: Wednesday 14 March 2012


The purpose of this role is to implement, monitor and review approved strategies and policies within the remit of the Procurement Function and provide professional advice on all aspects of Procurement within the Service. The postholder has responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Purchasing and Supplies Functions, ensuring that goods and services are responsive to the needs of the stakeholders in accordance with Standing Orders, Financial Regulations, and Best Value Principles.

Applicants must be a member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) and preferably hold or be studying towards full membership (MCIPS).

Applicants must have experience of working in a purchasing and supplies environment preferably in the public sector environment. Knowledge of purchasing procedures and practice, including Public Procurement and EU Regulations, as well as stock management, is desirable.

A sound knowledge of computer based procurement and material control systems is also required, as well as being proficient in the operation of IT packages. Applicants must also be able to demonstrate the ability to negotiate with suppliers and internal customers effectively, as well as having excellent customer care and communication/interpersonal skills. Experience of supervising staff in a team environment is essential.

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Job ID:2315


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