Project Manager Procurement

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Summary
The Project Leader Procurement leads a team of Project Purchasers and is responsible for purchasing and outsourcing the project, according to project plan. He handles, supervises and conducts the procurement process for components / systems and outsourcing.
 
Tasks & Responsibilities
  • Monitor and report on cost trends for key commodities.
  • Ensure all supplier contracts are complete, properly executed and have considered all cost variables.
  • Research, qualify and evaluate on a project basis (Int.) national suppliers & sub-contractors.
  • Initiate market research and enhance supplier development to build up/maintain/ensure a suitable (strategic) supply base.
  • Drive improvement processes with (strategic subcontractors) based upon supplier qualification and/or evaluation.
  • Ensure supply contingency plans are in place in case key suppliers are unable to perform as required.
  • Develop, initiate & maintain project related terms & conditions.
  • Responsible for creating unambiguous processes / procedures / preconditions for the acquisition process (project-based and non-project-based).
  • Responsible for purchasing and outsourcing within the project, according to the project plan and project purchase conditions.
  • Responsible for (managing, supervising, executing and monitoring) the procurement process within a project.
  • Functional management of the Purchasing project team.
  • Leading a category team, define category strategies, implement and execute strategy (with relation to both strategic and non-strategic suppliers).
  • Define procurement budgets for P&P.
  • Provide reliable information for budget and cost price calculations.
  • Provide progress and financial project reports.
  • Monitor the (project) purchasing budget.
  • Develop and maintaining quotation evaluations and key figures.
  • Purchase products and materials and outsource activities (specifying, selecting, evaluating, contracting, contract mgt. and aftercare).
  • Set up proposals for standardization, develop framework contracts and monitor and maintain them.
 
Your Profile
  • A Master degree preferably in a technical direction such as Mechanical Engineering.
  • Nevi-1, Nevi-2 and preferably Nevi-3.
  • Minimum of 10 years experience in a technical environment.
  • Experience with complex Projects and project management.
  • Substantive knowledge of / experience with strategic sourcing principles.
  • Strong negotiation skills and assertiveness in combination with an independent, well structured, and hands-on mentality.
  • Good command of the Dutch & English language (written & verbal).
  • Ability to frequently travel long distances and work abroad.
 
Department information
The Operations department at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding is the beating heart of the realization process (production process) of complex vessels for our Dutch and foreign customers, like navy and coastguard organizations. The Operations team contains all vital functional specializations needed for an efficient realization of the projects. Within Operations several teams are operating, such as Project Management,Engineering, Purchasing, Logistics, Production and Commissioning.
 

 



 
Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding

Company description

Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS) is specialised in the design and construction of naval and complex commercial vessels, making optimal use of its know-how and experience from both the military and commercial sectors.

Vacancy details

MC-COM ID #177349
Date Updated Friday 7 December 2018
Location Vlissingen
Employment Type Full-time
Education level University
Sector Shipbuilding
Function category Management
Region Netherlands

Contact details

Company name Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding
ContactMr. Jeroen van Mierlo
Telephone 0118-485234
Fax +31 (0)118 485 050
Address

Postbus 555
4380 AN Vlissingen

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