Our Current NHS Procurement Vacancies

The service of the NHS and other healthcare organisations depend on supplies and healthy supplier relationships. Procurement staff work to maintain the stock levels of office, food and medical supplies while forming partnerships, managing expenses and ensuring quality throughout.

The main element of a procurement position is based on the buying strategy. The job requires an economical planner who can ensure the best deals, in terms of quality and cost. Due to the variable factor of third-party suppliers, relationship management is also an important skill. It is a role tailored for somebody with charisma and organisational skills. As well as developing relationships and securing supply chains, quality control and cutting waste are vital responsibilities. The development of a company is tied to the efforts of its procurement staff. For those who can thrive under pressure, procurement is a career with a high ceiling.

Any career in this field is likely to create a sense of fulfillment, as your workplace and involvement grow, but an NHS / Healthcare procurement career will only enhance this. Through building relationships and establishing new suppliers, it is possible to have a real impact on the health service. The importance of supply chains, particularly when medical supplies are involved, is paramount. While procurement can be a challenge, the combined rewards are more than sufficient.

You can check all of our latest Procurement vacancies below and apply for a job today. Good luck with your job search!

Procurement Team Member

Posted: 27/08/2019

Location: Milton Keynes

Salary: £15 - 15 Per Hour

Initially a three-months booking with option to extend; working in a busy procurement team. You will have responsibility for your own very diverse caseload; contracts ranging from £100,000 to...


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