Our Project Delivery Group (PDG) helps clients with world-class project delivery from studies to building assets, operating the assets, and developing efficiencies through our people, methodologies, governance, and systems. Our engineering and project management and construction disciplines ensure safe, efficient, and sustainable delivery of projects globally across the metals and mining, infrastructure, and energy sectors.
The Project Procurement Manager (PPM) is involved in a project from the proposal/study (FEL1, FEL2 and FEL3) phases up to the project close-out and handover of the FEL4 project execution phase. The major interfaces are with project management, engineering, project controls and construction management to ensure a cross functional implementation of materials management and contracts management processes. The Procurement Manager directs, controls and co-ordinates the procurement of engineering / construction services, equipment and materials for the project obtaining optimum performances with regards to cost, technical requirements and quality to satisfy the project budget and schedule. The PPM is the custodian of the entire procurement cycle which includes materials management and contracts management at the home and/or site offices.
- Responsible for drafting/coordinating/compiling Materials Management and Contracts Management strategies and plans as well as the Procurement section of the Project Execution Plan (PEP)
- Responsible for implementing all procurement processes and procedures including forms and templates to be used on the project
- Responsible for the entire project procurement lifecycle from the procurement package definition stage to the closeout stage
- Provides supervision, training and assistance to all procurement team members across Contracting, Purchasing, Expediting, Vendor Quality Surveillance, Logistics and Site Materials Control disciplines; promotes and maintains a healthy and harmonious work environment
- Verifies and ensures integrity of the entire procurement lifecycle, validates that all activities are carried out in accordance with the relevant procedures, maintains sound business practices in an ethical manner
- Interfaces with the client to ensure that objectives are achieved, potential problems are identified, and preventive or corrective actions are taken
- Performs resource planning, which includes man-hour allocation and management
Qualifications and Experience
- Extensive experience on an EPCM project environment with capital projects, specifically in a management role
- Related training in Contracts/Legal as well as general project and management related training
- Experience with drafting of commercial terms and conditions and an understanding of accompanying legal implications
- Proficient negotiation skills
- Excellent understanding of procurement processes which include both materials and contracts management and corporate governance principles
- Knowledge and understanding of quality systems, environmental, health and safety regulations, expediting techniques, Incoterms applications, and procurement systems reporting tools
- Experience and understanding of contracting and purchasing strategies
Why join us?
What we offer you?
- Flexible work environment
- Long term career development
- Think globally, work locally