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The Procurement Manager/Chief Procurement Officer is responsible for leading the Corporation’s total procurement and disposal of public property efforts, in a manner designed to achieve the objects of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act 2015, as amended. The Procurement Manager collaborates with department heads and budget holders and develops organizational procurement strategies to support the achievement of the Corporation’s strategic mandate; manages the procurement and disposal functions; develops the Annual Procurement Plan; reports on performance against the Annual Procurement Plan; and makes recommendations for improvements in the performance of the functions.


Key Duties & Responsibilities:
• Analyses annual expenditure and determines spend categories for goods, works and services;
• In conjunction with the Requesting Manager, assesses procurement risks and makes necessary adjustments to spend categories;
• Compiles the Annual Procurement Plan for the forthcoming year for Managing Director approval and onward transmission to the Office of Procurement Regulation (OPR);
• Develops the annual procurement schedule;
• At the end of the fiscal, compiles the annual procurement performance report for consideration by the Managing Director and onward transmittal to the OPR;
• Ensures that procurement monitoring and management systems efficiently record information required for reporting to the OPR;
• Compiles reports required by the OPR;
• Manages the procurement function in accordance with the Approved Procurement Plan;
• Develops standard procurement documents;
• Refines internal policies and procedures to improve integrity, efficiency and effectiveness, in consultation with stakeholders and staff;
• Manages the receipt of bids, bid opening and evaluation processes;
• Prepares monthly management reports;
• Monitors contract execution via the assigned Contract Administrator(s); and
• Monitors, supports, coaches, guides and reviews reports and recommendations from procurement department staff.



• First Degree in Management or a related field
• Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) Level 5, or equivalent supply chain management certification


• At least five (5) years experience in the management of the procurement function
• Progressive experience in procurement or a related field;
• Project management, planning and scheduling, portfolio and category management experience will be an asset

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