Middle Manager: Supply Chain

Directorate: Demand Management
SALARY : R376 596 R443 601 per annum (Level 09) (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital
CLOSING DATE : 22 November 2019

An National Diploma in Supply Chain Management/Logistic/Purchasing Management and Cost and Management Accounting with at least five (5) years relevant experience in Supply Chain Management of which three (3) years must be at a supervisory level.
Knowledge of government Supply Chain Management Policies and Procedures.
Knowledge of the PFMA and National Treasury Regulations and other SCM prescripts.
Knowledge of SRM and SAP system.
Knowledge of conducting Market Research and Commodity analysis.
Working experience in Public Sector procurement, processes, rules and regulations i.
PFMA, PPPFA, BBBEE, CIDB, Treasury Regulations.
Computer competency in MS Office package (MS Word, Ms Excel and MS PowerPoint).
Good Communication Skills.
Health (hospital) environment applicant must have a good communication (both verbal and written) skills and strong interpersonal relations.
Ability to interact with various stakeholders both internal (end-users) and external stakeholders.
Ability to act with tact and discretion.
Must have the ability to work under pressure and be a creative thinker.

Assist end users with the development of procurement and demand plans.
Consolidate and submission of both demand and procurement plan in line with the Strategic and Operational plans of the institution.
Facilitate procurement of construction projects as per the demand and procurement plans.
Serve as a member of Bid specification committee.
Manage the demand process effectively, including but not limited to-needs assessment, categorization of commodities, market assessment and industry analysis, identifying methods of procurement, identifying Preferential Procurement Policy objectives, Specifications/Terms of Reference.
Ensure that requirements are linked to the strategic objectives and budget.
Serve as the coordinator for BSC and Vetting Committee.
The successful candidate will ensure that resources required to fulfil the demand needs identified in the departmental strategic planning as well as business, operational and project plans are delivered at the correct time, price, place, and that the quantity and quality will satisfy those needs.
Manage the establishment and maintenance of a supplier database to ensure compliance in implementation 65 of effective and efficient service delivery.
Manage and advise the specification committee to ensure compliance to relevant legislation.
Monitor compliance and adherence to policies, procedures and processes pertaining to demand management.
Conflict management skills Management of staff including performance Management Development Systems (PMDS).

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