Senior Commissioning Officer (Contracts) – Children & Adults
Reference no: Ealing 821475
Pay Rate: £16.81 ph PAYE, noting that Ltd/Umbrella company rates may also apply[temporary, but potentially long term role, subject to extension by the client]
- Where this vacancy is based:
London, W5 2
- What’s involved with this role:
To support the development and implementation of procurement functions, including writing service specifications, developing and implementing outcome monitoring frameworks, participation in tendering processes, managing contracts and ensuring compliance with contract procedures.
To support the development and market management of independent, private and voluntary sector providers.
N.B. – If, when replying, you fail to quote the Job Title & Vacancy Reference No. your application will be AUTOMATICALLY REJECTED.
- Giving yourself the best chance of success:
- Please make sure that your CV is up to date and explains any gaps in employment.
- Your CV must cover the “Essential Requirements” (see below) of the role, including any DBS details and other qualifications called for.
- TO AVOID BEING REJECTED your CV should clearly state that you are AVAILABLE TO START WORK IMMEDIATELY OR AT SHORT NOTICE.
- WE CANNOT USE INFORMATION IN COVERING LETTERS, SO YOUR CV MUST CONTAIN ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION
- We recommend that you consider sending us (see * below) a suitably ‘tailored’ CV for each role that you apply for, listing somewhere near the top of your CV any key skills, experience and qualifications that relate specifically to this vacancy.
- “Essentials” – The following requirements must be highlighted on your CV itself and NOT in a covering letter:
- UK working experience
- Availability to work – CV should state either immediate or at short notice
- A relevant qualification (degree level or equivalent) and/or extensive experience within a similar role
- Experience of procurement processes and contract management
- Previous children’s services experience
- Good knowledge and understanding of legislative and policy agenda for children and young people including the Children’s Act 2004 and Every Child Matters, Fostering Services Regulations 2002 and Children’s Homes Regulations 2001 and Education Act 1996 and Children and Families Bill.
- Good knowledge and understanding of UK and EU policy and legislation in relation to procurement and contracting including knowledge of contracting procedures in relation to sourcing placements
- Fully proficient at using IT systems, with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Office packages
- Other preferable/desirable details to include on your CV, if applicable:
- Any local authority/public sector experience
- Any relevant qualifications held or being studied for
- Client: Public sector organisation
- Division(s)/Disciplines involved: Children & Adults/Procurement/ Senior Commissioning Officer
- Anticipated Length of Assignment: All of our roles are technically temporary, though opening assignments can be and often are, extended by clients on a longer term basis. This opening assignment is for 4-5 months.
- Hours per week: 35 Monday – Friday, normal working hours
- Pay Basis: All vacancies are advertised at Triumph’s in-house PAYE rates of pay. We do, however, encourage all of our temps to actively consider the advantages of working their assignments via one of our external payroll company partners. Such (“umbrella”) arrangements are also PAYE based, but under them, most temps find themselves significantly better off in cash terms. More of this should you be appointed to the role …
Triumph Consultants Limited
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