Procurement Technical Specialist at Price water house Coopers Limited (PwC) April 2018
NAFASI ZA KAZI/AJIRA PWC TANZANIA
CONSULTANCY POSITION FOR PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL SPECIALIST
Price water house Coopers Limited (PwC) invites eligible candidates to indicate their interests to provide consultancy Services as the Procurement Technical Specialist to support Global Affairs Canada (GAC) under the Field Support Services Project (FSSP) Tanzania.
The technical specialist will provide support and advice to Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) and its partners on the procurement aspects of Government of Canada-funded development projects in Tanzania.
Candidates will be evaluated based on the following key qualifications and experience:
i. Registration with the Procurement and Supplies Professional and Technician Board;
ii. Bachelor's Degree in procurement, purchasing or another relevant discipline from a recognized university;
iii. Minimum of 10 years of professional work experience in the procurement of goods and/ or services;
iv. Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience in providing procurement-related analysis, advice and recommendations to clients and/or senior management;
v. Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience in managing, reviewing or assessing procurement activities in the construction or engineering fields;
vi. Knowledge of Tanzanian government procurement processes; and
vii. Experience working for bilateral donor agencies.
In addition to the key qualifications above, the incumbent is also expected to demonstrate the following skills and competencies:
• Advanced professional proficiency in English; and
• General professional proficiency in Kiswahili.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should obtain detailed description of this consaltancy by sending request email to email@example.com specifying in the requests as follows: "Consultancy position for FSSP Procurement Technical Specialist."
Requests for further information will be received up to three working days prior to the last submission date, 27 April 2018. Any request received later than that may not be responded to.
Source: The Guardian April 09, 2018