Project Procurement Manager (closed)
PROJECT PROCUREMENT MANAGER – JOB DESCRIPTION
1. Management of all procurement activities for assigned project(s).
Reporting Lines and Interactions:
1. Hierarchically reports to: Onshore Procurement Manager,
2. Operationally reports to: Senior Project Procurement Manager,
3. Directly supervises: Project Procurement team
4. Key Interactions (internally and externally): Project team, Procurement Discipline Managers, VP of Procurement, Client Management and Representatives.
1. Provide management direction to assigned buyers, expeditors and logistics team members for a budgeted project in the procurement of material and equipment.
1. Responsible for the application of project policies, procedures and schedules as defined by the Prime Contract and by the Onshore Procurement Manager.
2. Ensures that all procurement activities are within established ethical and compliance standards.
3. Supervises the buying team in the actual procurement of materials and equipment in support of the project.
4. Supervises expediting and logistics activity related to Purchase Order issued for material and equipment in support of the project.
5. Monitors procurement activities in all phases i.e., Requisitioning, bidders list, call for tender, commercial bid tabulation, terms and conditions, purchase order, vendor acknowledgement, etc. against an established Procurement Plan to ensure accuracy and performance.
6. Identifies, resolves or mitigates performance issues related to vendor performance.
7. Prepares and implements the appropriate negotiation strategy to achieve the desired results while obtaining internal support prior to execution.
8. Monitors and reports on procurement statistics and key performance indicators as an internal communication tool to provide status updates, progress reports, etc.
Functional and Behavior Skills:
1. Minimum 10 years of supervision or management of a Purchasing organization leading the procurement of materials and equipment while utilizing an integrated ERP system .
2. Intermediate to advanced level of knowledge in the purchase-to-pay process with recognized expertise in: a) sourcing, b) negotiation, c) contract development, d) application of the Uniform Commercial Code, e) terms and conditions, and f) purchase order generation and vendor acknowledgment .
1. Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and inspire,
2. An excellent communicator with a demonstrated ability to facilitate and build consensus of diverse ideas and opinions while mitigating or resolving conflict,
3. Ability to present best practices , new ideas, work practices and processes in a manner which fosters continuous improvement through a well developed implementation plan which minimizes organizational disruption.