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2018 Procurement Salary Guide

Written by Natalie Limerick
Jan 04, 2018
Submitted by Natalie Limerick on Thu, 01/04/2018 - 09:36

Procurement and supply chain management salary guide for 2018; Brexit, GDPR and diversity all playing a role in disrupting decisions.

Contents:

Home Counties

London

Commentary on Procurement Roles and Remuneration in UK for 2018

 
Human Resources - Home Counties
  Permanent (£ Basic Salary per annum) Temporary (£ Rate per day)
HR Generalist    
Head of HR / HR Director 80k - 180k 700+
Senior HR Business Partner/ HR Manager 60k - 85k 450 - 650
HR Business Partner / HR Manager 45k - 65k 300 - 450
HR Advisor 30k - 45k 150 - 275
HR Officer 27k - 32k 120 - 200
HR Administrator 20k - 30k 90 - 110
Learning & Development    
Director/ Head of Learning & Development 75k - 130k 600 - 1000
Learning & Development Manager 50k - 70k 250 - 400
Learning & Development Advisor 30k - 45k 160 - 250
Learning & Development Coordinator 22k - 30k 100 - 150
Reward    
Head of Compensation & Benefits / Reward 65k - 120k 600 - 900
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Manager 50k - 70k 250 - 450
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Analyst 35k - 45k 150 - 250
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Administrator 22k - 35k 100 - 150
Employment Relations    
Head of Employee Relations 60k - 90k 400 - 600
Employee Relations Specialist / Manager 40k - 60k 275 - 425
Employee Relations Officer/ Advisor 30k - 45k 150 - 300
Recruitment    
Head of Recruitment 75k - 100k 400 - 650
Recruitment/Resourcing Manager/ Specialist 45k - 70k 300 - 500
Recruitment/Resourcing Officer/ Advisor 35k - 45k 150 - 300
Recruitment/Resourcing Assistant/ Co - ordinator 22k - 35k 110 - 150
Head of Graduate Recruitment 60k - 100k 400 - 700
Gradute Recruitment Advisor 30k - 65k 250 - 450
Projects/Reporting    
Organisational Design Specialist 60k - 100k 450 - 900
HR Project Manager 45k - 65k 250 - 400
HR Reporting/ MIS Manager 45k - 65k 300 - 450
HR Reporting/ MIS Analyst 30k - 40k 150 - 250
D&I    
Head of Equality & Diversity 45k - 80k 450 - 800
Equality & Diversity Advisor 35k - 55k 300 - 450
 
Human Resources - London
  Permanent (£ Basic Salary per annum) Temporary (£ Rate per day)
HR Generalist    
Head of HR / HR Director 100k - 180k 600 - 800
Senior HR Business Partner/ HR Manager 75 - 120k 400 - 600
HR Business Partner / HR Manager 65k - 80k 300 - 400
HR Advisor 40k - 50k 220 - 300
HR Officer 35k - 45k 150 - 250
HR Administrator 25k - 35k 120 - 150
Learning & Development    
Head of Learning & Development 90k - 140k 500 - 800
Learning & Development Manager 50k - 80k 300 - 450
Learning & Development Advisor 35k - 45k 180 - 250
Learning & Development Coordinator 25k - 35k 120 - 150
Reward    
Head of Compensation & Benefits / Reward 100k - 150k 600 - 800
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Manager 65k - 95k 400 - 500
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Analyst 45k - 60k 200 - 300
Compensation & Benefits / Reward Administrator 30k - 40k 150 - 180
Employment Relations    
Employee Relations Specialist / Manager 60k - 90k 300 - 450
Recruitment    
Head of Recruitment 90k - 140k 500 - 800
Recruitment Manager 55k - 80k 300 - 450
Experienced Hire / Graduate Recruiter 40k - 60k 200 - 400
Recruitment Coordinator 25k - 35k 120 - 150
Projects    
Organisational Design Specialist 90k - 140k 550 - 900
HR Project Manager 50k - 85k 450 - 600
HR Project Analyst 40k - 55k 250 - 350
HR Project Support 35k - 45k 150 - 180
 
Procurement - London
  Permanent (£ Basic Salary per annum) Temporary (£ Rate per day)
Procurement Generalist    
Procurement Director 100k - 150k 700 - 900
Senior Procurement Manager / Head of Procurement 65k - 85k 400 - 600
Procurement Manager 45k - 65k 250 - 450
Procurement / Purchasing Officer 25k - 35k 150 - 200
Supply Chain    
Head of Supply Chain 85k - 100k 550 - 700
Supply Chain Manager 55k - 75k 350 - 450
Supply Chain Executive 35k - 45k 200 - 250
Category Management    
Senior Category Manager 55k - 75k 300 - 450
Category Manager 40k - 60k 200 - 400
Category Executive 25k - 35k 150 - 250
Sourcing    
Head of Sourcing 90k - 130k 600 - 800
Sourcing Manager 55k - 80k 350 - 480
Senior Buyer 35k - 45k 200 - 250
Buyer 25k - 35k 150 - 200
 
Commentary on Procurement Roles and Remuneration in UK for 2018
Overview

2017 was an interesting year for the London market, in particular the financial services, commerce and industry as well as professional services sectors. There have been fundamental changes in business decisions due to uncertainty surrounding Brexit, bringing ongoing political and economic challenges to companies and their recruitment processes and decisions.

There are numerous other factors impacting the employment market such as the GDPR and the changing face of the workforce. Companies are under more pressure than before to consider diversity in the workplace, which include generational aspects such as the aging population and millennial workforce - and how these can work in unison as well as the gender balance. Another factor is the ever increasing need for companies to improve efficiency and find and retain top talent and job seekers are under pressure to demonstrate value for money early on and make a positive impact on the bottom line. 

Expansion into procurement in 2018

Recognising these factors and other growing trends as a global recruitment specialist, Morgan McKinley UK has seen 2018 as an opportunity to expand our specialist services into the procurement discipline. After working with companies this year and realising the increased demand from companies to recruit supply chain and procurement professionals - we have created a specialist team to serve clients and job seekers from 2018 into the future.

Similar to the functions of finance and HR, organisations have required procurement functions to become more strategically aligned throughout 2017. This is evident by the majority of roles in 2017, approximately 30%, searching for individuals with experience as a specialist category lead combined with experience of working in a business partner function. This reflects the need for procurement to provide both niche business advice and partnership to designated business areas. We predict this trend continuing into 2018, especially as organisations embrace the need to reduce the cost of manpower and streamline operations to remain competitive. 

Trends and in-demand roles and skills

IT category managers across the financial services market were in high demand throughout 2017 as the banking sector strive to ensure their IT solutions are offering a premium service to their customers, whilst remaining cost effective. The second half of 2017 saw an interesting trend of organisations increasing their need for category leads to be more technically minded, but also have the ability to effectively engage with the wider business to ensure new policies and regulations such as GDPR are implemented and adhered to.

A growing trend in the UK market is organisations requiring procurement professionals to exert influence over a wider sphere of business areas. This means that more emphasis has been placed in relationship management and communication skills. In this unpredictable market, organisations and senior stakeholders in particular are starting to see procurement as an integral “value-add” that drives commerciality to not only protect, but increase profitability.  

As we look forward to 2018 and what is likely to remain economically uncertain, we do predict a confidence in hiring within the control and commerciality supply chain and procurement functions on an interim, contract and permanent basis.