Project Procurement Manager

Project Procurement Manager

Houston, TX

Determined by Experience

Contract

We are looking for a Project Procurement Manager, responsible for the oversight of the Procurement activities on a major PMC Project to be executed in Houston.

Functional job responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Staff and lead a team of Procurement professionals for project
  • Execute all deliverables required by the project including: execution procedure, supplier list, staffing plan, and
  • execution plan and supplier agreements
  • Execute Procurement management responsibilities including: contract execution, safety, compliance to rules and
  • regulations, quality, schedule and budget
  • Negotiate Standard Purchasing Agreements (SPA) with Suppliers and Blanket Pricing Agreements
  • Identify problems early and coordinate with the project procurement team to correct
  • Proactively manage change
  • Ensure effective communications among project disciplines
  • Work closely with Client, Engineering and Project Management Team
  • Assure problems are reported timely to Project Management and Senior Procurement Management Team
  • Review project status with clients, management and project lead
  • Report and communicate actively with Senior Procurement Management Team

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, coupled with C.P.M. or CPSM certification preferred
  • Minimum ten (10) years of experience in Project Procurement Management in an EPC company is required
  • Experience in PMC projects
  • Proven track record in cost reduction programs
  • Experience with e-procurement tools, such as e-bidding or e-auctions
  • Competent written and verbal communication and presentation skills in order to flow goals and directives
  • Ability to work in a complex schedule driven work environment
  • Willingness to travel worldwide on short notice
  • International experience, Middle East preferred
  • Experience in working with Suppliers from China, India, Korea and other high value centers

MUST BE AUTHORIZED TO WORK IN THE U.S.