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Full-time Email Us Procurement Specialist

at Metropolitan Manila Development Authority in Metro Manila

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The Metro Manila Flood Management Project Phase-1 is an initiative between Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) under the loan agreement with World Bank and AIIB is looking for a Procurement Specialist (PS).

The Procurement Specialist shall manage the overall procurement activity of the project in consultation with the MMDA Project Management Office (PMO). The overall function covers procurement management in the daily activities and proper functioning of the PMO.

MAJOR TASKS:
1. Facilitates project procurements, constantly monitors procurement activities and timelines related to the Project and ensures that the World Bank Procurement guidelines are strictly being followed;
2. Monitors project disbursement alongside with Finance Officer;
3. Attends in the evaluation of potential and qualified bidders for procurement - conducted by Bids and Awards Committee (BAC);
4. Prepares annual and quarterly procurement reports in close coordination with Finance officer, MMDA Procurement team, and World Bank counterpart;
5. Assists in the canvassing of materials and services, as necessary;
6. Assists in the review of bidding documents before submitting for approval of World Bank;
7. Maintains close coordination with MMDA Procurement team and World Bank counterpart for Project-related updates, issues, and concerns.

OTHER TASKS:
1. Attends contract negotiations and other procurement-related activities;
2. Provides recommendations on project procurement activities in accordance to the World Bank Procurement Guidelines;
3. Recommends resolutions in price conflicts to avoid any disputes with the approved budget;
4. Regularly reports to the Project Manager;
5. Performs other functions as may be directed by the Program Director and/or Supervisors such as providing technical advice on financial management for MM FMP P-1.

The Procurement Specialist must have advanced degree in engineering, public /business administration, public finance management or related fields. He/she must have at least 5 years of demonstrated work experience as a procurement practitioner; and must have good knowledge of the procurement management policies and procedures of the Government of the Philippines, multilateral financial institutions (e.g., World Bank) as well as of the institutional, technical, and commercial aspects of procurement. Experience in foreign-assisted projects, especially in World Bank is an advantage. He/She can work independently but at the same time a good team player, and able to work under pressure and must be willing to go on field/site visits.

For more information, please message 09171050682 (calls will NOT be answered)



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