Supply Chain Manager
Details about James Conboye
James Conboye is a Supply Chain Manager with a particular focus on materials and agency labour. He focuses on the long term strategic relationships with key suppliers in the following material areas: merchant including strategic manufacturers, PPE & consumables, fuel, fixings & fastenings amongst various others.
Details about Naveen Arain
Details about Thomas Ashman
Tom joined Murphy six years ago and is now leading the procurement and management of the supply chain on the Oxford Street District Regeneration project on behalf of the Murphy-Careys Joint-Venture.
Details about Adam Titmuss
Adam joined Murphy in July 2019 as part of the Central Procurement team. He has experience working within the Rail, Utilities and M&E sectors prior to joining the team.
In March 2020 he took on responsibility for procurement within the Special Business Units working closely with the Urban Infrastructure, Ground Engineering and Electrical teams.
Adam has recently achieved chartered MCIPS status completing his CIPS level 6 qualification.
Details about Victoria Dean
Vicky joined Murphy in March 2018 and manages the Purchase Card & Precision Pay Process also working with finance to ensure all of the costs are uploaded into our internal systems. Vicky produces all of the procurement reports for the business detailing purchase orders raised, invoices paid and supplier data.
Details about Ailsa Pollard
Ailsa has been with Murphy for 21 years. She has had various roles within the company but when the buying team offered an opportunity to join their team she never looked back. Ailsa is currently a Buyer within the Central Procurement Team working closely with facilities, travel and some key suppliers. She has also been completing her upskilling apprenticeship to further develop her career within the function and the industry.
Details about Natalie Ovenden
Natalie has worked at Murphy for over 2 years now and completed her procurement qualification as part of the Murphy graduate programme in August 2021. Her full time role is a Buyer in the Central Procurement Team.
With no prior experience in the construction industry, the graduate scheme at Murphy gave Natalie a variety of involvements across the different business units. Initially beginning in Murphy Plant, the training was on the use of Murphy systems, integrating into the company and following processes which paves the way for a successful career within Murphy. Natalie also was part of the M4 Material and Subcontract teams, again learning something completely new and allowing for involvement with multiple stakeholders within the business and high value projects. Finally, the placement in the Central Procurement Team led to Natalie’s choice of full time role. Natalie enjoys how there is a variety of requirements in Central, which can change day to day, whilst also being part of major framework agreements which are group wide.
Details about Suki Sinclair
Suki joined Murphy in April 2019, originally as a SHES Administrator within the waste department. Since then her role has developed quite rapidly and Suki now works as an Assistant Buyer within the Central Procurement team, working on ‘Bulk’ requirements for materials and waste removal. Suki also oversees the compliance of waste removals group wide and is currently studying towards her Level 4 in Commercial Procurement & Supply Apprenticeship.
Details about Annamarie Circiog
Annamarie joined Murphy nearly two years ago as an Assistant Buyer for the Central Procurement team. Anna’s role mainly involves supporting the team in all aspects of procurement from raising order numbers to dealing with invoice queries.
Details about Charles Spooner
Charlie is currently an Assistant Buyer sitting within the central and bulks procurement teams. He has been with the company for two and a half years and has enjoyed a number of different challenges. Charlie has worked within the M5 Materials team for nine months where he gained a lot of project experience. His role in bulks has enabled him to develop close working relationships with key aggregate and concrete suppliers where he can see a real positive impact within the business through driving cost savings.
Details about Sofie Hughes
After a short time working in Central Procurement at J. Murphy and Sons Ltd, Sofie has already been exposed to multiple projects, such as the implementation of Click Travel as well as assisting with tenders and projects, also developing supplier relationships. The inclusivity has been a large draw to the company and while still new, responsibility and opportunities have presented themselves tenfold. Sofie has begun her CIPS qualifications in order to enhance her procurement and business knowledge to continue her career as a buyer.