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London based Management Consultancy – Mandarin Speaking Consultant

Job reference:
J10001993
Location:
Various
Salary:
£40k - £60k
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Sector:
Operational Improvement, Supply Chain / Procurement
Date posted:
08/11/2017

Our Client is a management consulting procurement expert, helping clients to identify, deliver and sustain improvement opportunities. Their international team combines unparalleled procurement expertise and industry experience with a unique blend of intellectual capital and technology to deliver real results and advance clients’ procurement capability.

About the role

Our client is always looking for highly analytical and structured thinkers to join their growing team on a permanent basis. Currently they are looking for individuals with an exceptional educational background from a top UK university who is business confident in Mandarin and open to travel to, and 2-3 weeks at a time based out of China.

Job description

  • At least 2-3 years consulting experience within a leading consultancy. An exceptional procurement professional could also fulfil this role
  • Significant experience within blue-chip organisations
  • Proven experience managing own projects and small project teams
  • Analytically strong
  • Solid functional knowledge in the areas of sourcing, procurement transformation, SRM initiatives and supply chain
  • Excellent teaming with ability to lead and/or take direction
  • Demonstrated ability to succeed in complex environments
  • Demonstrated people management skills, including coaching of both consultants and client staff
If this sounds like an exciting opportunity and the right next step in your career please send your CV across to Sonia Zouave on sonia@mindbench.co.uk 

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