Graduate Supply Chain Consultant - Horsham

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We’re looking for a self-motivated and strategically astute Graduate who will thrive in supporting our team of supply chain leads in the proactive management of procurement activities including managing our claims supply chain spend.

This role sits in our Chief Operating Office (COO) and will enable you to gain a breadth of knowledge, skills, procurement qualifications to carve the way to a fantastic career.

Role Requirements

This unique Graduate programme supports you in achieving your full potential and includes you joining our Procurement academy to study for the CIPS level 4 Diploma in Procurement & Supply, whilst giving you access to excellent benefits as part of your career development, including:

  • A dedicated RSA business mentor
  • A comprehensive 3-year development plan which focuses on accelerating your growth
  • Facilitated learning & development interventions supported by guest speaker sessions
  • Quarterly networking and community events with fellow Early Careers cohorts
  • Sessions on supporting your well-being and emotional fitness
  • Annual volunteering days as part of the programme’s giving back pledge

Why work for RSA?

We’re more than just a corporate culture - and this is more than just a job. Aside from being one of the world’s longest-standing general insurers providing peace of mind to individuals, families, small businesses, and large corporations, we pride ourselves in bringing together the brightest people from diverse backgrounds.

Being a part of RSA means being part of an inclusive, collaborative, and diverse community that allows people to feel and be their best. Joining us means being part of a company committed to transparency in the way we work. We use responsible business practices that not only span our investments, choice of suppliers and environmental impact, but how we engage with customers and employees.


We will support you to:

  • Assist with the execution of the supply chain plan and strategy for category (ies) in scope as determined by the supply chain leadership team.
  • Support operational supplier performance management for a portfolio of allocated contracts for the full contract lifecycle (contract sign off, implementation and execution to contract exit or renewal).
  • Analyse relevant supply chain data to make informed supply chain decisions
  • Develop a savings measurement and tracking methodology specific to the category (ies) in scope and ensure ongoing management and reporting of the same to deliver target efficiencies
  • Deliver on Supply Chain Projects related to the relevant category (ies) of spend.
  • Produce accurate and timely management information, including ensuring compliance with relevant procedures for governance, risk and control and assuring the quality of all required information for Supply Chain and/or Executive leadership• Acquire, maintain and developing expertise, knowledge and information to support continuous improvement in allocated category(ies) from relevant internal and external sources
  • Draft contract agreements

The Individual

We want your individualism, capability, and ambition to shine through. If you have a zest for learning and a willingness to invest time to become a qualified procurement and supply chain professional, then that’s a real advantage.

You will need to have achieved at least a 2.2 bachelor’s degree (or equivalent).

The best skills and attributes to have for this role are:

  • Strong and effective communication skills with the ability to build relationships with stakeholders, customers and suppliers.
  • The ability to think strategically whilst being organised, using sound judgment through the supply chain processes.
  • To be able to negotiate and influence and can cut through complexity and provide sustainable solutions.
  • To be able to research, gather intelligence and present information succinctly
  • A results driven outlook that will support RSA to outperformance

If this is the challenge you’ve been waiting for, start your RSA journey here.

About Us

A welcoming, diverse, and inclusive culture is an important element for RSA in our best-in-class ambition. RSA thrives when everyone feels comfortable bringing their best self to work. We have a diverse mix of customers, and we want our employee base to reflect that. We celebrate difference, whilst striving to create an environment where colleagues feel respected and valued for their unique potential.

Our commitment to diversity is sincere, continually growing and led right from the top. RSA takes pride in being accessible to all. We welcome applications regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, race, marital status, ethnic origin, religion, or social class. We encourage inclusive environments where our people can always give and show the very best of themselves and harness the power of our diversity.

If you require flexibility in when, where, or how you work, we’d love to hear from you. We also want to ensure that you are supported throughout the application process to enable you to be at your best. If you require adjustments during your application process, please flag this on your application form.

Our Values:

Integrity: Be honest, open, and fair. Set high standards. Stand up for what is right. Respect: Be kind. See diversity as a strength. Be inclusive and collaborate.

Customer Driven: Listen to our customers. Make it easy, find solutions. Deliver second-to-none experiences.

Excellence: Act with discipline and drive to outperform. Embrace change, improve every day. Celebrate success yet remain humble.

Generosity: Help others. Protect the environment. Make our communities more resilient.



We give businesses the safety to thrive, with exceptional insurance products and a reliable claims service, driven by experts at every stage.

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