Reference Number: JO-2402-529732
Procurement Co-ordinator
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Salisbury

Procurement Co-ordinator (Government/Public Sector)


Industry: Pharmaceutical Company

Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire



Up to £30,000 per annum

  • A work environment based in the beautiful Salisbury countryside, with free on-site parking, easy access to London and the south coast
  • On the job training, and genuine opportunities for growth and advancement


Job Summary

The Procurement Co-Ordinator is responsible for sourcing of all materials and services following the company’s Procurement Policy reporting to the Procurement Manager, the Procurement Co-Ordinator shall ensure that all Procurement activities adhere to the Public Contract Regulations (PCR).


Key Responsibilities

  • Undertake Invitation to Tender sourcing using PCR regulations and ensure the correct procedure is taken
  • Ensure compliance to all procurement rules and regulations in accordance with PBL Procurement Policy and related SOP’s
  • To work within the site Quality System and to current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), adhering to all policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and reporting any non-compliance promptly
  • Undertake work in accordance with PBL Health and Safety Policies and Procedures, protecting self and others at all times and reporting hazards/near misses promptly
  • Ensure relevant activities are in full compliance with PBL Codes of Practice (COPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Have a good understanding of Terms and Conditions (T&C) and knowledge of UK Contract Law working in conjunction with PBLs Paralegal.
  • Negotiate with suppliers to secure advantageous terms, mitigate risk and provide continuous supply of goods and services without compromise to quality or supply.

Build and maintain relationships with internal stakeholders, providing support, guidance and expertise in sourcing goods and services for departmental and sites requirements.

  • Create spend reports and analyse the data.
  • Provide supplier credit and background checks to mitigate risks to PBL.
  • Determining supply needs and researching potential suppliers.
  • Sourcing suppliers/vendors.
  • Documenting the features and benefits of products and services via comparison reports.
  • Preparing cost-benefit analysis reports for review by managers.
  • Documenting processes and generating monthly spend reports.
  • Monitoring the company’s demand for products to avoid supply shortages.
  • Keeping up to date with industry trends.


Key Requirements:


  • Current, valid Right to Work in UK
  • A good standard of written and spoken English
  • Procurement experience across Government/public sector OR Pharmaceutical industry
  • Knowledge and experience of working to cGMP 
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