Procurement Support Officer – Corporate Supply Management
Are you a positive self-starter, looking for a role that will enable you to grow your procurement career? This is an opportunity to be part of an exciting team in one of New Zealand fastest growth cities.
Tauranga City Council’s vision is to become an internationally competitive city. In order to deliver on this vision, the Procurement team works alongside the organisation, to foster a competitive and fair environment for our suppliers to thrive in, ensuring great outcomes for the people of Tauranga.
We are looking for a Procurement Support Officer – Corporate Supply Management, to manage specific corporate supply portfolios, in addition to providing staff with useful and timely advice about basic procurement processes. In this role, you will report to the Procurement Manager, and provide administrative support for the ongoing management of the centre-led procurement function at Tauranga City Council.
Specifically, you will be responsible for Corporate Supply Arrangements within the council; Monitoring and managing AoG contracts on behalf of TCC, providing functional procurement support; and contributing to organization-wide procurement projects.
To be considered for this position, you must have:
- Experience or knowledge of procurement processes, and supplier management
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving capability
- First-rate process document and preparation skills
- Strong computing skills, in particular with MS Word and Excel
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Strong organisational skills, and the ability to work unsupervised
- Current Full Drivers Licence
We are looking for someone self-motivated, detail orientated, enthusiastic, and positive.
Ideally, you may have also completed some training or study in a relevant field such as procurement, supplier management, finance or administration. A strong understanding of information management systems/government procurement processes would be advantageous.
For detailed information on the role, please read the Position Description attached.
Apply now to be considered. Applications close Monday 23 October 2017. Our selection process will include interviews, psychometric assessments, and reference checks.