World Agroforestry Centre Procurement Officer NGO Jobs
Procurement Officer Jobs at World Agroforestry Centre
The procurement officer will procure goods and services at the right time, source, quantity, quality, price and ensure delivery at the right place.
Procurement Officer Job Responsibilities
Implements the procurement policies and guidelines; establishes and implements internal controls systems and procedures.
Reviews, records and prioritizes purchasing requests and obtains additional information/documentation as required; provides assistance to requisitions in preparing scope of work and specifications of goods and services; proposes product substitutions consistent with requirements to achieve cost savings; determines the availability of funding sources.
Identify and recommend sources of procurement; interview potential suppliers; prepares and maintains database of approved suppliers
Produces tender documents (e.g. Requests for Qualification, Invitations to Bids, Requests for Proposals and
Requests for Quotation) based on the nature of the requirements and cost of procurement involved.
Prepares abstracts of offers and compile data contained in quotations, proposals and bids to determine which supplier can deliver the required goods/services at the best terms and lowest costs possible with due consideration to quality, delivery time, payment terms and other discounts, transportation costs, etc.
Enters into negotiation of terms and conditions of orders; obtains credit and other information on proposed suppliers.
Finalizes purchase orders and contracts for approval in line with delegated signature authority, and, if required, prepares submission for review and subsequent approval by the authorized official.
Handles inbound/outbound logistics, including local marine insurance cover, import documents, PRO1Bs & Cs, Form A and C, in liaison with appointed Insurers, Clearing agents & transporters.
Resolves issues/problems related to delivered goods, including discrepancies between purchase orders and items/quantities shipped or received, demurrage; prepares and signs return to Vendor forms for unacceptable and/or damaged goods received.
Coordinate the disposal of obsolete and surplus materials/assets.
Maintains relevant internal databases and files; keeps track of any contractual agreements, framework arrangements, etc. Ensures safe custody of the Purchase Orders, Quotations, Correspondences and any other accountable documents.
Researches, retrieves and presents information from a variety of internal and external sources on sources of supply, vendors by commodity, etc., as well as obtain specifications for new products and equipment on the market.
Drafts a variety of correspondence.
Supervises, assigns and reviews the work of junior staff.
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Qualifications for the Procurement Officer Job :
Undergraduate degree in any business related field.
Diploma from Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supplies (CIPS) or equivalent certification from a recognized institution.
Member of KISM
Over three years’ experience in a busy procurement environment
Knowledge of Procurement and logistics and related fields
Reliable and dependable, high level of personal integrity and attention to detail
Extensive knowledge of ERP systems and related software
Strong negotiation skills
Excellent interpersonal, leadership and analytical skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs such as word, excel, outlook
Excellent numeracy, literacy and organizational skills
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Terms of offer: We offer a collegial, diverse and gender-sensitive working environment, and we encourage applications from qualified women. This position is remunerated on Local Terms. The appointment will be for an initial period of three (3) years, subject to a six (6) months’ probation period.
How to apply:
Go to this linkcomplete the application form and attach your cover letter and CV/Resume (as one document – labelled with your First Name and Last Name). Applications will be considered until 03 October 2017. Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted