Interim Procurement Officer

Posted 2 weeks ago by Michael Page

Leeds, West Yorkshire
£175 - £200/day

We are currently supporting a Public Sector organisation who are looking to recruit an Interim Procurement Officer for 3 months. This role is remote working job opportunity.

Client Details

Our Public Sector client offers a National Remit to the Health Service and is a developing function across a number of key corporate back office disciplines. They have office sites across the country, their main hub in the North is based in Leeds.


Interim Procurement Officer:

  • Lead on all Procurement and Contract administrative duties set out by the Procurement Manager
  • Raising Purchase Orders and managing the end to end process
  • Support the delivery of procurement and contract projects
  • Build and sustain effective relationships with key stakeholders
  • Assist the delivery of contracts such that sustainable impacts and opportunities are identified and managed throughout
  • Manage your own resources to meet business needs, including electronic sourcing and contract management applications, to maximise the efficient and effective use of finances


Interim Procurement Officer:

  • Ideally you will have begun CIPS training or be part qualified within the procurement or supply chain profession
  • At least 2 years working within a Procurement or Contracts setting
  • Ability to operate at a Procurement Officer, buyer or Procurement Assistant level within a Procurement function and offer support to a Category Lead
  • Be able to provide evidence of working within a Purchasing and Procurement setting

Job Offer

Interim Procurement Officer:

£175 - £200 per day (inside of IR35)

3 months (possible extension)

Potential longer term permanent opportunity

Additional training by the Procurement Manager. Specific support will be provided on PCR 15 & OJEU (Public Sector) procurement activity

Working from home throughout the contract assignment

Contract Length:
3 months
Job Reference:
JN -042021-2560061_1619107674
Job ID:

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