For our client, one of the leading investors in Offshore Wind Project Development we are now searching for a Procurement Manager to join our Polish Team to work as the Procurement Manager for offshore wind projects in Poland. The Procurement Manager will assist or lead in commercial negotiations and contract delivery for the area of responsibility, aiming to achieve the best cost-effective conditions, lowering risk and ensuring the delivery of all products and services required for the different phases of the projects on time, on budget and with the relevant performance and delivery guarantees.
The candidate must demonstrate the focus and drive dedicated to the development and execution of the commercial and contracting strategy and the value creating for the Company across simultaneous projects in several geographies.
- PROCUREMENT PROCESSES – Implement and manage procurement processes in accordance with company’s guidelines, playing a pivotal role and involving as required other company areas such as legal, finance, technical or project management. These processes range from the identification of a product or service to the negotiation, assessment and awarding, reporting and obtaining the company approval. This also includes challenging the scopes of work to determine where unnecessary costs can be avoided or more value can be captured.
- CONTRACTS MANAGEMENT – Control and manage the contract negotiation, assisting not only the commercial, but technical and legal discussions, maintaining and holistic view of the contract, the company requirements, the risk and aiming to achieve best commercial conditions.
- SUPPLIERS MANAGEMENT – In accordance with department guidelines the procurement manager will be the focal point for all communications with suppliers for any particular procurement process.
- LOCAL SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT – Actively participate in inititives aiming to develop local supply chain for offshore wind projects in Poland. Create and maintain relations with potential new suppliers.
- MARKET ANALYSIS – Contribute to trends and forecasts corporate tools within the market with respect to suppliers, prices, quality, availability or technological change.