Procurement Officers Jobs in Kenya

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Job Summary

The Procurement Officer will play a crucial role in ensuring the efficient procurement and sourcing of materials, equipment, and services necessary for different projects.

Roles And Responsibilities 

Conduct procurement activities in accordance with company policies and procedures.

Source and select suppliers based on quality, cost-effectiveness, reliability, and delivery timelines.

Negotiate contracts, terms, and pricing with suppliers to achieve the best possible deals.

Monitor supplier performance and address issues or concerns promptly to ensure continuous supply chain efficiency.

Implement inventory control systems to optimize stock levels and reduce excess inventory.

Collaborate with project managers and engineers to understand project requirements and develop procurement plans accordingly.

Maintain accurate records of purchases, pricing, and inventory levels.

Manage the end-to-end procurement process, including preparing purchase orders, verifying receipt of goods, and approving payments.

Evaluate and analyze supplier proposals and bids.

Stay updated on industry trends and market conditions to make informed purchasing decisions

Manage relationships with key suppliers and stakeholders.

Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements related to procurement.

Qualifications And Experience  

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management, or a related field.

Minimum of 5 years of experience in Procurement within the power sector is an added advantage

Experience in Supplier Sourcing & Contract Management.

Experience in negotiating contracts and managing supplier relationships.

Knowledge of market trends and supply chain management principles.

Excellent Analytical skills, bargaining Skills, Interpersonal Skills and Negotiation Skills.

How To Apply

Interested and Qualified applicants should apply by sending their updated CV in pdf format to by close of business Thursday 11th July 2024. Clearly indicating “OFFICE SECRETARY”, ‘REFERENCE NUMBER” and the “PREFERRED JOB LOCATION on the subject of email.