Overview

Gusii Water and Sanitation Company Limited (GWASCO) was incorporated in 2006 to supply water and sanitation services to the larger Gusii (Kisii and Nyamira) area under a Service Provision Agreement (SPA) with the Lake Victoria South Water Services Board.
In view of this and as part of fulfilling our mandate, GWASCO is seeking to fill the following Management positions with customer service oriented, qualified and experienced individuals who seek to be part of a result oriented team.



Reporting to the Managing Director, you will assure as the head of the key support department the supply and storage of all materials and equipment required for the daily operations of GWASCO. The position of procurement manager consists of planning, directing, or coordinating the activities of departments’ requisitions for materials, products, and services.

Responsibilities

Develop a yearly business plan for Procurement based on operational guidelines and company goals, and review on an ongoing basis;
Preparation of Annual tender documents
Evaluation and recommendation of Quotation for goods and services to be procured.
Manage the vendor evaluation process, with an effective vendor evaluation schedule and disciplined follow up of vendor status criteria;
Updating the suppliers register.
Analyzing monthly commitments in respect to procurement of goods and services.
Preparation of monthly, Quarterly and annual reports
Preparation of annual budgets.
Implementation of stock control system so that goods and services are procured on time.
Follow up supplies of goods and services of the Cooperate Management team
Any other duties which you will be assigned from time to time by the Managing Director

Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement, Accounting, Finance or Business Administration from a reputable University
5+ years post – qualification experience in the profession
Must be a member of Kenya Institute of supplies management.
Membership with the chartered institute of purchasing and supplies will be an added advantage.
Candidate must have a current Professional Practicing License
Proven people management experience.
Have strong communication, interactional and leadership skills.
Meets the requirements of chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010

Remuneration
An attractive remuneration package commensurate with responsibility of the job and the experience of the individual will be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Candidates will be required to satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 including:

Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations;
Clearance Certificate from the Higher Education Loans Board;
Tax Compliance Certificate from the Kenya Revenue Authority;
Clearance from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission; and
Report from an Approved Credit Reference Bureau. More Information

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