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Commodity Manager

Location: Ireland Salary: Ireland - circa €100,000

Commodity Manager – Ireland - circa €100,000

The Company

Global Construction Consultancy on a hyperscale commercial projects.

The Role

·To develop and manage internal and external relationships to provide sustainable cost, quality, availability, and technology solutions while adhering to procurement policies.

·To acquire and maintain industry, market, and technical knowledge of commodities,

·To lead supplier sourcing, selection, and performance management.

·To negotiate purchasing contracts, statements of works, and pricing for goods and/or services.

·To drive cost-saving opportunities in partnership with suppliers and stakeholders to meet business objectives.

Skills & Experience

  • The candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field of study.
  • 7+ years of experience in the Construction or Construction related field
  • A Master's Degree in the above fields of study or MBA is preferred.
  • Procurement planning and procurement policy expertise.
  • Supply chain and supplier management experience.
  • Working knowledge of project management skills and methods.
  • Understand and apply benchmarking concepts.
  • Knowledge of the local/regional market with industry trends and norms.
  • Knowledge of contracts, contract law, and claims management processes and procedures.
  • Inside this Business Group
  • Negotiation skills.
  • Data analytic skills to break complex problems into smaller components for resolution.

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