Position: Procurement Specialists
Position Type: Full Time
Vacancies: 4 Deadline Passed
Required Degree: Bachelor
Required Years of Experience: 3
REG is a company that Generates and distributes power in Rwanda. As a national utility, the company has been in existence since 1976, as ELECTROGAZ. ELECTROGAZ was founded in 1939 as “REGIDESO” by the colonial masters supplying water, electricity and gas to RWANDA-URUNDI with its Headquarters in Bujumbura. The company was later divided into REGIDESO Rwanda and REGIDESO Burundi in 1963. In 1976, REGIDESO Rwanda became ELECTROGAZ and was granted the monopoly for the production and distribution of water and electricity in the country. After the 1994 genocide, there was an increase in urban settlements, thus increased demand for water and electricity. The installed capacity for water and electricity supply could not sustain the increased demand, which called for further investments.
Description, duties, responsibilities
Responsible for the efficient and collaborative procurements which are corporately compliant (advice, tendering, evaluation award & contract management) and which result in a high value adding commercial outcome.
1 Identify, negotiate and implement contract & framework agreements which result in efficiencies in line with financial and forecasting requirements.
2 Maintain accurate auditable records of all procurement process which result in high process compliance.
3 Plan and engage with unit managers to understand contract specifications and with suppliers to develop a profile of delivery capability which results in effective market engagement.
4 Build into contract & framework developments, EUCL's sustainable procurement obligations and preferences including assurance of procurement authority level adherence which result in stakeholder satisfaction of procurement services.
5 Build supplier, category and market understanding through performance management, research and stakeholder briefings which result in the management of commercial issues throughout the commissioning and procurement cycle.
6 Review planned orders, creates requisitions for purchased items, and manages approval process.
7 Transmit and prioritize approved purchase orders and supporting documents to supplier.
8 Track order acknowledgement, prepares and communicates shortage and backlog reports, and provides visibility of potential interruptions to internal customers.
9 Tracks orders and confirm system lead times, delivery dates, and costs.
10 Review, update, and maintain purchase orders until they are closed.
11 Participate in the selection of suppliers based on a criteria