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Job description Market Engagement Executive

Free Job description Market Engagement Executive

Job Summary-Job description Market Engagement Executive

The Market Engagement Executive will play an active role in the success of the overall ME function, by supporting a range of supplier engagement projects across the product, business and legal functions of the division to ensure the smooth running of external commissioning and supplier engagement processes.


Main responsibilities-Job description Market Engagement Executive

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Job description Market Engagement Executive

•Work closely with product groups to understand requirements and support the writing of briefs and tender documents to a consistently high standard.


•Organise focused briefing sessions where external companies are invited to learn about priorities and likely expenditure from budge holders


•Research and undertake competitor analysis


•Help product groups evaluate different opportunities to establish best VFM. Work with product groups to compile score-sheets setting out project requirements


•Ensure there is adequate support for product teams towards achieving their agreed quota targets for external spend.


•Develop and manage account plans where identified long term working relationship opportunities with companies on the procurement roster. Set agendas for routine supplier meetings and agree follow up actions to be monitored as agreed.


•Provide input into training modules to support high professional standards of working relationships with access to the external supply market.


•Demonstrate sound working knowledge of procurement guidelines and be able to communicate implications clearly and concisely for the benefit of internal stakeholders.


•Provide input and tangible data to support all papers submitted covering all subjects related to market engagement and supplier management.


•Act as an “Expert User” of chosen procurement management system – responsibilities will include regularly publishing tender documents, responding to commissioner and supplier queries, user account management and liaising with Procurement.


•Work with Legal department to identify risks and help product teams to propose mitigation strategies where appropriate. Maintain on-going close relationships with legal and procurement counterparts to support clear decision making.




•Experience of managing and developing key accounts in industry context. Can demonstrate track record of this,


•Good working knowledge of digital media, particularly software development, testing and UX.









•Goal oriented with experience of working in a target and delivery driven environment.


•Appreciation of how new technologies can deliver to company wider aims and aspirations.


•Excellent communication skills and ability to deliver messages clearly and diplomatically.


•Curious about new market developments. Able to research new market opportunities and identify trends


•Able to influence at a senior level, managing a wide range of stakeholders, including negotiation, persuasion and facilitation skills.


•Ability to manage a portfolio of projects simultaneously, prioritising appropriately, managing time efficiently.




For successful performance in this role the candidate must demonstrate the skills listed below.


Communication - able to get one’s message understood clearly by adopting a range of styles, tools and techniques appropriate to the audience and the nature of the information.


Analytical Thinking – Able to simplify complex problems, processes or projects into component parts, explore and evaluate them systematically. Able to identify causal relationships, and construct frameworks, for problem-solving and/or development Influencing and persuading - able to present sound and well reasoned arguments to convince others.  Can draw from a range of strategies to persuade people in a way that results in agreement or behaviour change.


Technical Expertise or Subject Specialism / Knowledge – in-depth knowledge of procurement processes, legal requirements and best practice in managing external supply chains.


Managing relationships and team working - able to build and maintain effective working relationships with a range of people.  Works co-operatively with others to be part of a team, as opposed to working separately or competitively.














Maximising business effectiveness – provides the best value by sharing our resources, sets realistic budgets and manages them effectively, considers the business implications of decisions, avoids waste and challenges under use of resources.


Using external thinking – builds bridges with useful organisations and innovative thinkers, keeps up to date with developments in their field, responds to the demands of our commercial environment, relishes feedback and responds honestly whether likes it or not


Living the  Values – demonstrates a passionate commitment to brand values

•Help ensure stakeholder relationships are managed in line with  values.


•Undertake account management of key companies on list of suppliers.


•Be ‘front of house’ for all companies contacting from cold. Provide active support on possible options and referral points. Provide candid feedback where required.


•Develop detailed understanding of likely external supply requirements, overseeing a portfolio of products.


•Keep records of companies who have approached  and maintain database of contacts, categorised by specialism


•Be initial contact point for suppliers working with company for the first time, ensuring set up of details for invoicing and payment and other necessary tasks to ensure efficient set up of new suppliers. Liaise internally with Finance, Legal and Procurement to troubleshoot and overcome problems