Tips for CV success…. and more procurement jobs

If you haven’t done so already, and you're interested at all in recruitment or being recruited, read our new article on Spend Matters search4 procurement – all about the psychological research that suggest whether or not we should attach a picture to our CVs. That’s our own picture, not one of Brad Pitt or Halle Berry, I should point out. There’s also a suggestion about how to tip the scales in your favour before an interview through a simple but effective technique... (no, not a brown envelope full of cash)!

Talking about search4 procurement - we’ve listed below a few more examples of the sort of roles that are available via the site.  And remember, register here to receive our monthly newsletter (first one out soon) and a copy of our e-Guide, "Great Procurement Interview Questions (and how to answer them)" absolutely FREE.

Around 100 people have already got a copy of the e-Guide – you might be coming up against these well-prepared competitors at your next interview if you don’t take a look yourself ..

Also, all job adverts are also FREE until the end of 2012 (at least). Register as a recruiter very easily here.

So here  is just a small sample of the jobs currently being advertised.

Virgin Holidays is currently recruiting for a Procurement Manager in Crawley ... “you will join a small yet perfectly formed team charged with delivering ‘best practice’ procurement techniques across a range of categories such as Marketing Agencies, IT hardware & software and general corporate services”.

How about a Head of Supply Chain Management up in the beautiful Cumbria? £65-85,000 and it’s contributing to “de-commissioning of the UK’s civil nuclear legacy”.  Exciting!

One for all the technology-savvy readers – an E-Procurement Manager in West London, supporting the category teams in both e-Sourcing and P2P by the sound of it, up to £65K plus benefits.

Interesting one for any manufacturing folk  - a Senior Global Commodity Director for a FTSE 100 firm, £80K, lots of global travel buying Bearings, Castings, Forgings, Seals, Powertrain, Tooling, Transmission ..

This one caught my eye – an interim Local Content Specialist. “By the term Local Content we refer to spend on goods and services with local suppliers”. So part of the Responsible Procurement agenda we’ve talked about.  £380 a day in the S-East.

Anyway, that gives you some idea of the variety of roles we have on the site. Take a look now!

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