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Aug 102019
 

People Dynamics , Qatar has been engaged to help our end client identify a Procurement Specialist to join their team.

 

 

Position: Project Manager for end client.

Pay roll Company: PPL Dynamics (An iHorizons  group of company)

Location  : Doha , Qatar.

Salary: Attractive salary and benefits.  

 Association : Minimum 1  years + according your performance and project scope.

 

Facilitates the procurement process to ensure smooth operation
Develops sources of supply using research techniques to collect and analyze data
Analyzes market conditions and product/technological developments for work application
Develops specifications and statements of work with customers and team members
Analyzes and evaluates responses to complex solicitations for conformance to procurement requirements such as insurance, bonds, and scope of work, and reviews the award recommendations of others
Prepares, awards, and administers complex contracts and/or purchase orders including monitoring contractor’s deliverables and performance, changes/modifications and contract closeout
Oversees, coordinates, and facilitates site inspections, pre-solicitation conferences, bid openings, and other related meetings.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-08-09
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Administration
Company Industry: Human Resources

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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