Procurement Officer at Postbank

On Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Postbank is a leading Savings Bank, with a National Branch network, and offering a wide range of financial services. 

We wish to recruit highly competent, proactive and self-driven person to fill the following position within our organization.
 
Procurement Officer
 
Position Function: Assisting in co-ordinating procurement of goods and services for the Bank

Key Responsibilities
  • Raise Local Purchase Orders
  • Respond to enquiries from suppliers and user Departments
  • Undertake Market survey/ supply analysis
  • Participate in the identification and prequalification of suppliers
  • Capturing of goods received notes capital items and non- stock items
  • Checking Local Purchase orders before approval
  • Review processes in purchasing and supplies
  • Act as a secretary of any procurement committee appointed.
  • Give timely reports on Local purchase orders
  • Raise request for quotations
  • Keeping records of procurements documents
  • Receive capital items and non-stock goods
  • Participating in tender and quotation opening
  • Give timely reports on expired LPOs and contracts
Qualifications:
  • Business Degree
  • Diploma in Purchasing and Supply Management/CIPS
  • Computer literacy
  • Supervisory skills
  • Membership KISM
  • Knowledge of Public Procurement and Disposal Act
  • 5 years satisfactory and relevant work experience
How to Apply
Note that only online applications will be accepted
Please DO NOT attach certificates
Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd July 2014
Postbank is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to implementing affirmative action. 
In this regard, women, people living with disabilities and people from marginalized groups with requisite qualifications are encouraged to
apply.

Postbank is ISO 9001:2008 Certified
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