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Project Procurement Analyst

Project Procurement Analyst

A leading Telecommunications company are searching for a Project Procurement Analyst to based based in Bristol working within a procurement environment.

You will be the main procurement interface to Customer Teams during tenders and delivery phases and ensure appropriate Project Procurement support for the customer cases.

Key responsibility areas:

  • The candidate would drives procurement needs in the project by setting schedules and communicating requirements to relevant parties (including Regional/Global Category Managers of all categories needed in the project)

  • Implement and execute Category Strategies in respective projects

  • Manage project requirements regarding material and service supplier base for respective project(s)

  • Contributes to supplier relationship management for respective projects in alignment & cooperation with Category Manager (CM) taking into account inputs from Supplier Development , Legal & Compliance Customer Team, Business Units

  • Acts as the first & main escalation channel regarding day-by-day issues on supplier performance in projects

  • Provides broad knowledge of local market and project specific requirements (i.e.

    cultural, security, geographical region specific requirements on projects).

  • Ensures alignment, anticipates changes and drives activities based on supply market changes

  • Acts as a category manager for the local categories if so agreed with the RCM/GCM

  • Manages supplier selection including collecting input from Project (related to local categories), if required Manages project requirements regarding material and service supplier base for respective project(s)

  • Interface towards customer teams


  • Several years sourcing & business experience

  • Knows nature of project business and does have proper Project Management skills

  • Knowledge of supplier market

  • Negotiation skills and experience

  • Knowledge of service business

Telecoms experience is a bonus, but not essential.