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  • Closing Date: 11 January 2021
  • Location: Head Office, Belfast
  • Salary: Starting salary of £33,067.12 per annum + Competitive benefit package
  • Contract: Full Time
  • Hours: 37hrs per week (flexi Hours)
  • Job Ref: SCPO-1-20
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About us

We are one of NI’s leading providers of high-quality housing and supported housing services undergoing lots of positive change! These are exciting times and we have recently made a significant investment in our people. But above all, we create even more homes because our vision remains the same; everyone should have a great home!

We are now looking to strengthen our Corporate Procurement Team to create a dynamic and responsive procurement service.

A bit about the role

As Senior Corporate Procurement Officer you will be responsible for ensuring that Clanmil maintains a strategic approach to all procurement activities by having oversight of the implementation and adherence to the Association’s Corporate Procurement Policy ensuring that this is aligned to business outcomes which support the objectives and priorities of Clanmil

You will act as the centre point of expertise on procurement and provide advice and support to teams across the organisation as well as to external stakeholders we provide a procurement service to. You will lead all procurement exercises to ensure we achieve compliance and a positive outcome in relation to value for money and adherence to best practice procurement. You will also assist managers across the business to negotiate and manage contracts, suppliers and consider commercial risk through our procurement activity.

A bit about you

You will have a proven record on procurement approaches and delivery. You must have strong and an advanced ability to work with technology including Excel. You will have excellent interpersonal skills to liaise with both internal and external stakeholders, including Suppliers and Service Providers, be able to work to tight deadlines and when required be able to work under pressurised situations. You will be self-motivated, have strong leadership skills and be able to manage yourself and your workload without management intervention.

Experience of managing staff to include setting / monitoring targets and performance management is desirable.

You will need experience to succeed in this role and you will find out about those in the job description and person specification in your pack. A role profile will also be included.

Want to apply?

Great; all you need to do is let us know more about what you will bring to the role, your experience and for you to tell us how you live our values. To obtain an application pack or for more info, please go to our careers page on our website at and apply via our recruitment portal.

In return, we offer a fantastic rewards package from generous annual leave, healthcare, pension contributions and an award winning work-life balance package which we are happy to tell you about.