113 Chancery Lane
07 May 2024
Salary Details:
£53,944 to 65,110 plus 3% flex fund after 3 months plus comprehensive benefits
Job Type:

The Role

The Law Society is currently recruiting for a Procurement and Contracts Manager to join our existing Procurement team. Reporting to the Head of Procurement you will be responsible for partnering with the business to deliver a professional, high-quality and efficient service in respect of all types of procurement activities, supplier performance management and contract management.
In your role as Procurement and Contracts Manager, you will be responsible for formulating and driving a consistent approach towards all sourcing, tendering and contract management activities. This will involve supporting stakeholders with the design and development of sourcing strategies and assisting in the delivery of the end-to-end procurement lifecycle.
Please refer to the job description for further information.

What we're looking for

We are looking for someone with a proven Procurement and Contracts background, ideally including some experience dealing with IT contracts.
A strong relationship builder, you will have excellent organisational skills, and work with a methodical approach to effectively prioritise tasks.
You will have proven negotiation and communication skills, as well as a good working knowledge of Microsoft applications, in particular, Excel, Word, SharePoint and PowerPoint.

What's in it for you

This is an excellent opportunity to work with contemporary thinkers in a progressive membership organisation. The successful candidate will join a strong brand with a reputation for excellence, committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, and a culture of excellence, trust, clarity and respect.

We offer hybrid working, a generous flexible benefits package, a friendly working environment and the opportunity to develop your career within a professional organisation.

Please note: if you are an internal applicant, Pay Policy will apply.

The Law Society represents solicitors in England and Wales. From negotiating with and lobbying the profession's regulators, government, and other decision makers, to offering training and advice, we're here to help, protect and promote solicitors.