Procurement Officer at NEPAD Kenya

On Sunday, September 8th, 2013

The APRM / NEPAD Kenya Secretariat invites applications for the position of


Procurement Officer

Purpose of Position

The procurement Officer will be in charge of Procurement Section and oversee all Procurement functional activities
 
Major Responsibilities
The Procurement Officer will report to the Chief Executive Officer and specific responsibilities will include but not limited to;

  • Planning and coordination of supplies management services.
  • Enforcement of Government regulations, Systems and Procedures.
  • Preparation of supplies estimates of expenditure and control of vote.
  • Receiving requisitions and specifications from users doing tendering, and acquisition of goods and services.
  • Documentation of goods/services and custody of documents and goods.
  • Commissioning of procured services, issuing of goods and retiring of boarded goods.
  • Initiation of policies, review and updating of existing regulations, supplies management, Instructions and inspections.
  • Any Other procurement duties as may be assigned from time to time.
Education and Qualification
The candidate must have a Higher National Diploma in procurement/supplies management.
 
Work Experience
The candidate should possess a minimum of 3 (three) years experience working in a Government Ministry / Department at Job Group ‘J’ and above.
 
Skills and Competence
  • Proven track record in Procurement and Supplies Management.
  • Attention to detail, accuracy and deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Kiswahili and English.
  • Integrity
  • Computer literacy in all Microsoft office programmes.
Application Process and deadline
Candidates meeting the criteria are invited to submit applications consisting of a cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae including the names and contact of three referees to 
The Chief Executive Officer, 
NEPAD Kenya Secretariat, 
P. O. Box 46270, 00100, 
Nairobi
not later than 20th September 2013
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