Responsible for the filling of bids, procurement of Goods and Services financed under World Bank and its agencies, NGOs, public and private sector organizations.
Design/develop procurement manuals according to World Bank best practices for WB borrowers.
Responsible for co-coordinating procurement activities in the organization for and on behalf of government Parastatals and private sector companies.
To organize and co-ordinate procurement workshops and training for the company workers.
Undertake sub-contracting arrangements for participating public and private sector organizations.
` Provide procurement advisory and consultancy services to other companies, NGO and government parastatals.
Act as procurement agent of organizations lacking the necessary resources and experience of procurement.
Carry out Procurement Audit for organizations.
Conduct Contract/ Project management.
Reporting to the Group Managing Director.
Plan, organise and coordinate material activities to achieve purchasing mandate.
Proper evaluation of technical, financial, organizational capability and legal validity of suppliers.
Project management ability.
Screening and selection of potential suppliers for capital projects.
Good negotiation skills.
Develop and manage processes for all material and equipment that are procured directly by the company.
To ensure strict adherence to Procurement Policy and procedures.
Coordinate Air and Sea freight shipments including Customs and Airport clearance.
Develops and implement equipment, material, and services sourcing alternatives.
Maintenance of supplier’s database for essential operational materials.
Maintenance of price data bank for strategic planning and decision-making.
Manage contractors to ensure that materials and equipment are provided according to contractual requirements.
Generating a smooth Procurement cycle
with good lead time through the acquisition of the right Quality of materials at the right Quantity, at the right Source at the right Price and at the right time for both Local and Foreign materials
Maintaining close liaison with IITA BUYING AGENT in UK, out sources and subsidiaries all over the globe to obtain progress reports and advise requestors accordingly.
Liaison with the Clearing and Forwarding Manager to ensure prompt delivery of all diplomatic imports
Acting as Secretary in Material/Logistics
Coordination meetings and Assets
Disposal Committee meetings
To obtain the maximum value for the Institute expenditures and foster competition in the acquisition of products and services
Liaison with Finance, Accounts and
Treasury Units for adequate and timely
settlement of suppliers’ bills
To conduct the purchasing function in a manner that supports the policies and procedures of the Institute and, always keeping an open and competitive sales environment.