Director – Procurement

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Position Description: The Director of Procurement is responsible for overseeing the development of the Organisation’s Procurement Plan and ensures alignment with the Budget. The Job Holder assists in developing and implementing the procurement strategies of the Organisation and ensures adherence to the GOJ Public Sector Procedures for all procurements being executed. The Director, Procurement is also responsible for ensuring compliance with the regulatory bodies in respect to the submission of timely and accurate mandatory procurement reports. This job is expected to have corporate-wide impact on efficiency and productivity.
Required Qualifications:
  • • NVQ-J Level 6 certification or the equivalent Master’s Degree in disciplines, such as: Business Administration, Marketing, Finance, Logistics, Public or Administration.
  • • At least five (5) years’ experience in an industry/environment similar to that of the HEART Trust/NTA. This could include one or a combination of these: a major public body, higher education institutions, a major hotel chain, major Information and Communication Technology (ICT) operation, or a large business operation.
Desired Qualifications:
  • • Preparation of Procurement Plan
  • • Conducting research and performing quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • • Managing the Vendor Management system to ensure timely processing of purchase orders and payment to suppliers
  • • Establishing departmental and Organisational strategic goals
  • • Prepare final draft of cabinet submission to cabinet infrastructure committee
  • • Prepare quarterly OCG reports and respond to OCG queries
  • • Prepare submission to the Board of Directors
  • • Prepare letters for the signature of the Managing Director to regulatory bodies
  • • Review and implement the GOJ policies and procedures as well as the internal purchasing policies
  • • Organize and conduct procurement seminars and workshops
  • • Ensure that the welfare and development needs of staff in the department are clearly identified and addressed
  • • Prepare a variety of technical and operational reports
  • • Conduct various research tasks and uses the analysis to formulate policies and solutions
  • • Conduct effective communication with internal and external customers
  • • Use business technology
  • • Represent the Organisation
  • • Apply professional ethics