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Procurement Manager

Dunfermline, Fife

The Scott Group is a leading industrial supplies organisation which provides a wide range of goods and services to industrial and manufacturing markets. A family owned business with sites across the UK and in Europe, we combine the volume savings of a national organisation with the presence of a local supplier; leading the market through innovation, quality and service. Our reputation is built upon the values of a family business and the professionalism of a market leader.

The opportunity has arisen for a Procurement Manager to join our procurement team based at Head Office, Dunfermline.

Reporting to the Supply Chain Director, this role will be responsible for ensuing best value for the company through leveraging group deals and ensuring best value across all the commodities the role covers. The “General” role is responsible for the Procurement of all non-timber related spend across the Pallets Division. Leading a small team of Procurement professionals to ensure timely, intelligent contracting and accurate billing from a wide range of suppliers.

You will engage with sites to encourage leveraged deals and to understand the changing needs of each commodity. You will manage supplier performance as well as drafting/negotiating agreements and tenders whilst analysing spend and seeking savings.

As an experienced Procurement Professional you will understand and have experience of indirect procurement spend as well as working to tight and conflicting deadlines. People management and leadership skills are necessary to work with the insitu team.  You should proficient in all MS Packages especially Excel.  Being commercially aware, confident and diligent with numbers are key to success

Think you have what it takes?  If so, we want to hear for you. Submit your CV and covering letter, telling us what you can bring to this role.

Job Summary




Dunfermline, Fife

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

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