Roles at this level lead a procurement team. They review, approve and process purchase documentation prepared by their teams. They analyze and resolve problems / bottlenecks and participate in the improvement projects and development of procurement & contracting policies and procedures. They act as technical point of reference to resolve problems escalated by their teams. They have prime responsibility in ensuring that their teams are trained, developed and motivated to realize potential and make significant contributions.
Policy and Procedures:
-Review existing procurement & contracting policies and procedures and suggest improvements to streamline workflow and achieve better control and safeguard company’s interests.
-Supervise Procurement group assigned to various purchase & contracting activities. Review the completed work and ensure that is falls in line with procedures, time targets and quality standards.
Evaluation of Supplier Performance:
-Regularly evaluate supplier performance and upgrade it by suggesting corrective action to remedy deficiencies. Analyse root cause and resolve disputes with suppliers.
-Supervise or individually carry out the complete procurement cycle for purchase orders and contracts with terms and conditions which afford the company the fullest protection possible.
Technical Data Analysis:
-Respond to suppliers’ technical queries and analyse technical data in suppliers’ proposals.
Techno-Commercial Analysis of Offers:
-Analyse and evaluate offers by comparing prices, specifications, and delivery dates to effectively identify and propose award to the supplier with best bid.
-Continually seek new qualified sources of goods and services by monitoring local market developments to measure existing rates/cost and achieve uninterrupted supply of the desired goods and services.
Development of Specification and Cost Estimates:
-Encourage and assist end-users to develop cost and effective competitive specifications to ensure that all elements of cost and product specifications are taken into consideration.
Preview Catalogues and Keep Informed:
-Preview product catalogue, trade journals and publications in order to maintain an updated and sufficient technical knowledge of the goods and services to be purchased.
Assistance to Superiors:
-Perform related duties as assigned by superiors to enable achievement of Section’s objectives.
-Participate in the on-the-job training of trainees and newly hired personnel within the Group to ensure that they develop the necessary skills to independently carry out assigned activities.
Management System (Quality, Environment, Health and Safety):
-Comply with all relevant ENOC Management System procedures in respect to Quality, Environment, Health and Safety.
Qualifications and Experience:
-Bachelors Degree in Science or Business Administration or relevant Engineering from accredited institution.
-7 - 8 years direct and relevant experience in a procurement function within and oil/gas or petrochemical industry.
-Professional Certification in Material / Supply Management
-Knowledge of internal processes, standards, policies and procedures
-Professional and Technical Expertise
-Ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English
-Ability to operate standard computer software applications
-Knowledge of basic finance
-Knowledge of technical terminology in use at process plants (Process Knowledge)
-Knowledge of market practices and sources of supply and commercial laws
-Knowledge in supply logistics
-Ability to suggest technically equivalent alternative proposals
Bachelor in Business Administration or Relevant Engineering
- Job Location:
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Company Industry:
- Company Type:
- Employer (Public Sector)
- Job Role:
- Joining Date:
- Employment Status:
- Full time
- Employment Type:
- Monthly Salary Range:
- Manages Others:
- Number of Vacancies:
- Career Level:
- Years of Experience:
- Min: 7 Max: 10
- Residence Location:
- United Arab Emirates
- United Arab Emirates
- Bachelor's degree / higher diploma
About This Company
ENOC is effectively wholly owned by the Investment Corporation of Dubai (“ICD”), an entity wholly owned by the Government of Dubai. The company was incorporated with limited liability in the Emirate of Dubai in April 1993 and has its headquarter in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Since its establishment in 1993, ENOC has made significant progress in meeting its overall objectives and currently predicates in an increasingly broad range of business ventures. ENOC owns directly and indirectly 31 subsidiaries and joint ventures. ENOC operates through four business segments namely: • Supply, Trading & Processing - condensate and gas processing and oil trading • Terminals - Storage for various petroleum and chemical products • Marketing - Marketing of aviation fuel, lubes, chemicals and industrials products • Retail - Retailing fuel and non-fuel services at retail stations ENOC provides the energy behind Dubai’s phenomenal growth. It touches almost every facet of the Emirate’s development and puts its name firmly on the overseas arena. Responsible, reliable, innovative and progressive, ENOC is the ‘Energy Partner of Choice’. From the shores of the Emirates to the Far East, Europe, and Africa, ENOC is now actively pursuing further global expansion. Today ENOC is poised to engage in a new and challenging period of future growth and diversification.