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- Job Listing Date
- 30 Dec 2020
- Perth, CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Human Resources & Recruitment, Organisational Development
Valrose has been engaged by Cash Converters as a recruiter for the appointment of a Procurement Manager to join the team based in Perth. Cash Converters is growing and with this brings focus on new projects; as Procurement Manager, you will support the delivery of relevant projects that underpin the broader business strategy and drive key business improvement initiatives.
This role will start with a 6 Month Fixed Term Engagement, with the possibility of becoming a Full-Time Permanent Role.
Who you will be working with at Cash Converters?
You will find yourself working with genuine, hard-working colleagues who have a collective drive to succeed and help make lives possible for their customers. In your role, as Procurement Manager, you will be responsible for the end-to-end management of the procurement process, including its design, development, and implementation.
Why you will want to be part of Cash Converters…
You’ll want to work at Cash Converters because your core values match theirs; you’ll have high levels of integrity and a ‘roll your sleeves’ up attitude to get things done; you’ll work hard to develop great working relationships with key stakeholders across the network and humble enough for a store employee to ask you a question.
When you spend time at Cash Converters there is a sense of being around real, supportive people, focused on solving problems for their customers. You’ll understand they are passionate about the Cash Converters Brand and the role they play in the community. The positive culture, strong leadership and clear direction is taking Cash Converters into an exciting new era, one that the whole organisation is proud to be part of.
Cash Converters believe everyone should have options in life, so they provide their customers with solutions that meet their needs in a responsible, honest and transparent way.
Everywhere you turn you will get to hear incredible career stories among the Cash Converters’ cohort; from Senior Leaders who have ‘grown up’ working in family franchise’s and are now in national corporate roles, to employees who have explored new pastures for a period of time, only to return to Cash Converters having missed the company culture and everything that Cashies has to offer.
What you will be doing…
As the Procurement Manager reporting to the COO you will be responsible for:
- Developing and implementing new procurement processes
- Updating and reviewing the contract register and existing agreements
- Driving supplier and procurement initiatives with Business Owners
- Developing and executing RFP processes
- Be a part of the team in the Modern Slavery Act submission project. This includes working with key stakeholders in risk and operations to categorise the contract register, and engage with third parties to ensure Cashies meets its supply chain obligations in preparation for their first submission at the end of Mar 21
- Managing vendor relationships
- Coordinating actions with specific vendors
- Managing supplier performance and SLAs
What you will bring to the role…
- Your procurement and strategic sourcing expertise
- Your ability to take accountability and work autonomously
- Your keen negotiation skills
- Your ability to communicate and influence, both internally and externally
- Your ability to build successful relationships with large supplier groups
- Your knowledge of the Modern Slavery Act, with practical experience as the Business Owner or Project Team member in this area desirable
- Your clear alignment with the Cashies Values
Cash Converters Values…
The Cash Converters Values truly speak to who they are and how they go about their day-to-day work:
‘Real people who are passionate and proud’: They are genuine, friendly people who are passionate & proud to be helping their customers.
‘Caring & Respectful’: Supportive of each other and their customers, they will listen and find ways to make things possible; they don’t judge others and treat everyone as individuals, respecting their opinions and viewpoints.
‘Tenacious Problem Solvers’: They just get stuff done and are always trying their best to help others.
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?