Procurement Manager

Procurement Manager
Whixley, York

Location: Whixley, York

Hours: 39 per week (8 am-4.30 pm Monday to Thursday, 8 am-3.30 pm, Friday) (Able to work outside normal hours if necessary).

Salary: £27,750

Johnsons of Whixley Ltd is situated in the Vale of York and is one of the largest Wholesale Plant Nurseries in the Country delivering plants throughout Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

We pride ourselves in delivering a great service, a great product and employing great people.

Procurement is at the heart of what we do and is crucial to the success of our business. We need a Procurement Manager with the key function of managing our contract grown plants, longer-term reserves of resale plants and young plants for our own production.

Duties include the procurement of stock, contract negotiation and maintenance, maintaining effective working relationships with our suppliers, checking and ensuring plant quality is appropriate, and working closely with other teams within the business to ensure we have the right plants when we need them.

You must be great at communicating with others, be able to juggle many varied tasks, have efficient organisational skills, be comfortable with IT systems and be flexible as our deadlines can fluctuate and change.

We would like you to have plant knowledge and knowledge of the supply chains within the industry.  If you have experience of working in procurement and the horticultural industry that’s a bonus.

We are offering a salary of £27,750, provide a great place to work, learning and development opportunities and support for you to excel in your role.

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If you are interested in becoming part of our team please send your CV  and a covering letter, setting out how you meet the requirements of our job role to our HR coordinator, Christine Davis at recruitment@nurserymen.co.uk by Thursday 15th April 2021.

We do not wish to receive CV’s from Agencies.

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