Procurement Officer Jobs – Ministry of Water and Environment

 

Job Title:    Procurement Officer

Organization:  Ministry of Water and Environment

Duty Station:  Kampala,
Uganda

 Reports to: Procurement Specialist

 

About US:

The Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) was established in 2007, from
the then Ministry of Water, Lands and Environment, following the cabinet
decision taken on 15th April, 2007. It has the overall responsibility of the
development, managing, and regulating water and Environment resources in Uganda.
 In the process of executing all its
operations, the Ministry is committed to zero tolerance to fraud and corruption
as guided by the existing legal national frameworks and institutions.

 

Job Summary:  The Procurement
Officer will effective delivery of procurement services to the Project.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        
Assistance
with the preparation of Request for Quotation, Initiations to Bid, Requests for
Proposal and co-ordination of their timely dispatch

·        
Assist
the Procurement Officer in maintaining current up to date Procurement documents
and Manuals

·        
Assist
in developing and implementation of the Joint Programme Procurement Plan and
identifying procurement related priorities.

·        
Assist
with the coordination with the selected bidder to ensure completion of
administrative processes including Bid Security, contract award notice and that
contract documents are distributed accordingly.

·        
Assist
with managing the administrative process throughout the duration of the
preparation of the all documentation until the award of the contract

·        
Maintain
appropriated records to ensure that procurement process, decision, and
contractual agreement is accurately documented for accountability and audit
purpose.

·        
Ensure
regular update of a database of contract documentation, terms of references,
list of suppliers of goods and services;

·        
Perform
other duties related field as assigned by supervisor

 




Qualifications, Skills and
Experience:

·        
The
ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement and Logistics
Management or a related field.

·        
Possession
of Chartered Institute of Purchase and Supply (CIPS) is an added advantage.

·        
At least three (3) years of work experience in the field of project
administration with emphasis on procurement and contracting management.

·        
Relevant
work experience with World Bank and/or other international development
organizations is an added advantage.

·        
Knowledgeable
of Government of Uganda and Donor PPDA procurement procedures, rules and
regulations;

·        
Excellent
working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and Access).

·        
Planning,
Organizing and coordinating skills

·        
Analytical
skills.

·        
Excellent
Report writing skills.

·        
Accountability

·        
Ethics
and Integrity;

·        
Demonstrate
high levels of Professionalism;

·        
Team
player

·        
Effective
communication and knowledge management

·        
Innovation
and self-initiative

·        
Multi-tasking
and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks.

·        
Well-developed
interpersonal and public relations

 

How to Apply:

All applications must be accompanied with recent (3) passport size
photographs and CVs detailing work experience, present position, current
remuneration, professional and educational qualifications. Applicants must also
include contact details (telephone and email) of three (3) referees and female
candidates are encouraged to apply. Applications should be addressed to the
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Water and Environment, Old Port Bell Road,
Luzira P.O Box, 20026, Kampala and should be delivered to the Ministry Registry

 

Deadline: 12th November 2020

 

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