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Job Title: MM970 - Procurement & Supply Chain Manager
Location: GCC., GCC.
  • Master’s Degree in Procurement and Supply Chain
    • Membership of CIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply)
    • Profant experience in handling contracts for various disciplines with compels procedures and policies
    • Proven experience of vendor management and contract management is required
    • Relevant shipyard or EPC experience is mandatory
Department: Shipyard
Experience: 10 Years' experience in Supply chain, where 5 years out of which should be in a managerial position such as Supply Manager, Procurement Manager or procurement Director
Apply Before: 2022-11-17

Job Description

Lead and effectively managed all procurement activity including but not limited to:

  • Contracts management and administration,
  • transactional activity, including tracking  
  • Supplier management, including contractor, sub-contractors and sub-sub contractors when applicable.
  • Sourcing Strategy
  • Performance monitoring,
  • KPI
  • Warehousing, Inventory and Logistic


Aim to reduce the cost, optimize value, decrease the cost per unit, and deliver optimum performance for growth

Provide best practice to the End User and guidance on Supply P&Ps

Ensure the full integrity of the Supply process and be accountable for

Job Resposibilities

  • The Definition of Requirements for all Procurement and Supply Chain aspects for all projects (Repair, Conversion and New Build). 
  • Sourcing Goods and Services for all projects and their associated activities timely and within budget.
  • Management of all user requirements of the relevant internal ERP systems and the active development and implementation of eProcurement systems across to procure goods electronically using a third party hosted marketplace.
  • Negotiations with internal project teams and external suppliers to deliver most economically sound outcome with lowest risk and highest return for shareholders.
  • Analysis of all offers and arrangements and the assessment of the most appropriate outcome.
  • Conduct relevant Contract Negotiations and legal closure in conjunction with legal and project staff.
  • Monitoring and management of procurement of goods and services including contracts for all subcontractors.
  • Establish and implement a structured procurement strategy for all major Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) projects.
  • Management of all warehousing and logistics operations including those for remote operations and sites in support of all facilities and projects.
  • Optimization of all inventory stock levels and associated stockholding requirements for to deliver the most economically attainable access to stocks on hand to deliver to projects as required. 
  • Delivery on time and within budget from external sources of supply such as overseas suppliers (e.g. steel mills) through the various logistics, port and customs processes including the resolution of all impediments to supply.
  • Overall management, leadership, strategic vision and direction for the Procurement and Supply Chain department working across the range of work.
  • Manage the challenges associated with conflicting priorities and change in demand due to rapid business growth

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