Who We Are

CIPS is a great place to work and there has never been a more interesting or important time to join us as we expand our global reach, targeting new markets and new offices around the world. We ensure that our purpose is to champion balanced working lives and reflect the standards we set, in our own organisation. We’re passionate about developing our people and offer a wide range of benefits and professional development opportunities.

As an employer CIPS enables individual and team development to ensure high levels of engagement and collaborative working. CIPS was voted no.81 in The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to work for in the not-for-profit sector, with a one to watch rating.

Procurement and supply management has a major impact on organisational profitability and efficiency, and CIPS offers a range of training and solutions for procurement and supply excellence in areas such as people, processes and performance. CIPS has offices in the UK/Europe, Australasia, Africa, MENA, Turkey and Singapore. CIPS also has partners in Poland, Sweden, Romania, China, Ghana and USA.

CIPS exists for the public good, and with charitable status, promotes, develops and offers the highest standards of professional skill, ability and integrity among all those engaged in procurement and supply chain management. CIPS assists individuals, organisations and the profession as a whole.


We will achieve universal recognition that excellence in procurement and supply management is an imperative for responsible organisational success and hence the public good.


We aim to fulfil the objectives of our Royal Charter, deliver value to our stakeholders and be recognised as a point of reference and authority. Specifically, we will:

  • Promote, represent and explain the business discipline and good practice of purchasing and supply management
  • Research, develop and endorse improved methods in purchasing and supply management
  • Assist all organisations in developing their capability in purchasing and supply management with the right strategies, processes, people and leadership
  • Support individuals in developing, demonstrating and qualifying in the profession of purchasing and supply management.

Core Values

  • Personal Excellence
  • Customer First
  • One CIPS
  • Clear Thinking
  • Delivers CIPS excellence

The Roles

Head of Learning Partnerships
£53,542 to £63,582 per annum

Relationship Manager - Learning Partnerships
£28,507 to £33,854 per annum

Learning Partnerships Co-ordinator
£21,362 to £25,367 per annum

Senior Product Development Manager
£47,577 to £49,957 per annum

Head of Regulation - Professional Development
£53,524 to £63,582 per annum

Product Development Manager
£38,061 to £45,198 per annum

Application Closing Date
9am, Friday 4th January 2019