$26.52-$39.70 Hourly / $4,596.80-$6,881.33 Monthly / $55,161.60-$82,576.00 Yearly
Reviews and analyzes total procurement activity within and across commodity classifications; designs analytical reports for the use of management and lower level procurement personnel; develops analytical techniques.
Monitors bid activity through review of reports generated by the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) bid system; identifies and reports Women/Minority Business Enterprise (W/MBE) opportunities to bid and awards; prepares W/MBE reports for Purchasing management and the W/MBE coordinator; recommends methods to increase W/MBE participation.
Consults with responsible procurement personnel regarding contractual coverage, market conditions, market forecasting, competition, and W/MBE development within commodity classifications.
Contacts potential suppliers to procure estimates for equipment, materials, and/or work to be performed on construction projects.
Participates with other personnel in vendor interviews and W/MBE on-site interviews to assure successful interview methods.
Completes various special assignments as requested by management.
Performs related work as required.
Extensive knowledge of: the principles, ethical standards and priorities of governmental purchasing; municipal purchasing laws, City Charter, City Code, regulations, and procedures; grades, qualities, supply sources, and market factors for commodities and equipment frequently required by large municipalities; computer technology and use; specialized analytical software packages.
Considerable knowledge of: anti-trust laws and contract law under the Uniform Commercial Code; economic and financial principles.
Ability to: develop, prepare and present detailed analytical reports for management use; analyze detailed historical purchasing data; prepare and present meaningful summary reports; prepare detailed management plans for assigned classes; prepare clear, concise business correspondence and management reports; review the work of others, acting as consultant to department personnel engaged in purchasing activities; perform value analysis, forecasting, statistical, and economic computations; conduct and preside over small and large meetings; establish and maintain effective working relationships with City employees, officials, bidders, vendors, and other governmental agencies.
Certification through the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing or the National Association for Purchasing Management is highly recommended.
Possession of a valid drivers license may be required.