1.To prepare tender and contract documentation as allocated, including assistance and guidance to other Departments & Divisions.
2.To assist in the preparation and implementation and monitoring of performance indicators (PI) and performance measurement including benchmarking.
3.To act as liaison officers for a wide variety of contracts including, works, goods and services.
4.To co-ordinate procurement activities throughout the organisation to ensure that common standards and procedures are adopted to ensure Best Value.
5.To undertake contract management and monitoring, the introduction of e-procurement and provide practical assistance to all areas of organisation.
6.To develop and maintain a contract information database.
7.To develop and maintain an expenditure analysis database.
8.Responsibility for providing reports for the Head of Procurement relating to contracts, contractors, products and services; prepare reports and briefing papers and to assist with reviewing similar papers prepared by others relating to procurement issues as required.
9.To produce financial information relating to procurement projects/issues as required.
10.Prepare reports and briefing papers as requested by the Head of Procurement and assist with reviewing reports prepared by others relating to procurement issues.
11.Manage the tendering of a wide range of goods Works and services ensuring that current legislation and force Procurement Policy are adhered to.
12.Analysis of tenders received.
13.Represent the Head of Procurement at meetings internally and externally, as required.
14.Respond to queries in relation to purchase orders and or invoices for payment, or when audit requires.
15.Undertake research projects as requested by the Head of Procurement.
16.Assist with the preparation of the Procurement Departments reports.
17.Prepare and submit the Quarterly savings reports to government regulatory bodies.
18.Be responsible for the management of the Insurance requirements.
19.Be responsible for the day to day management of Contracts as Directed by the Head of Procurement.
20.Promote and comply with North Wales policies on equal opportunities and health and safety both in the delivery of services and the treatment of others.
The role is varied and the post is a permanent position within this organisation who have requested that candidates are subject to a vetting process in line with compliance as well as the interview process too.
Applications are welcome from all procurement / purchasing backgrounds and this post is subject to a closing date of 13th March 2018.
Adecco UK & Ireland are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Adecco is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.