Procurement Manager Jobs in Abu Dhabi at Redford Recruiters
Title: Procurement Manager
Company: Redford Recruiters
Location: Abu Dhabi
We are looking for an innovative procurement manager for our client to lead their procurement team. You will spearhead the purchasing process from selecting suppliers to ensuring stock optimization, as well as provide guidance on sourcing and procurement processes. Ensuring quality control and adhering to the company’s policies and procedures on supply chain management will be some of your main priorities when carrying out this role.
Roles And Responsibilities
Developing procurement strategies that are inventive and cost-effective.
Sourcing and engaging reliable suppliers and vendors.
Negotiating with suppliers and vendors to secure advantageous terms.
Reviewing existing contracts with suppliers and vendors to ensure ongoing feasibility.
Building and maintaining long-term relationships with vendors and suppliers.
Approving purchase orders and organizing and confirming delivery of goods and services.
Performing risk assessments on potential contracts and agreements.
Controlling the procurement budget and promoting a culture of long-term saving on procurement costs.
Overseeing and managing the IT systems that track shipments, inventory, and the supply of goods.
Preparing procurement reports.
Should have experience in Governmental organization/ departments/ entities.
Bachelor’s degree in supply chain management, logistics, or business administration.
Proven experience managing supply chain operations.
Experience using supply chain management software and tools, including Oracle, SAP Ariba, and/or Envision.
In-depth knowledge of preparing and reviewing contracts, invoicing, and negotiation terms.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access).
Management and leadership skills.
Multi-tasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks.
Highly organized and detail-oriented.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
BenefitsSalary: To be discussed in the interview