The Mater Misericordiae Hospital, a leading Health Care provider is seeking to fill the above position.
POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Procurement Manager shall be responsible for planning, administration and supervision of procurement & Supply chain operations, developing and implementing strategic initiatives.
- Develop and implement cost effective sourcing strategies.
- Ensure timely and efficient procurement of goods, works and services and observe transparency, fairness and competitiveness in the process.
- Participate in preparation of bidding documents, receipt of tenders and ensure that the bids are in safe custody where applicable.
- Prepare regulatory reports and ensure timely reporting to the relevant authority.
- Spearhead supplier prequalification and registration processes and conduct market surveys from time to time.
- Coordinate procurement activities on the e-platform.
- Ensure proper storage of goods received in the stores and proper inventory management
- Coordinate procurement and disposal activities including advertising, opening and evaluation of tender documents.
- Implement various procurement decisions including, preparation of contract documents.
- Maintain and archive tender, procurement documents and records for required period.
- Participate in the preparation of consolidated procurement and disposal plans and ensure adherence to approved
- Procurement & Disposal Plan.
Required Qualifications for the Position
- Degree in Procurement from a recognized university
- Professional qualification in procurement and supply chain management, or Diploma in CIPS or equivalent.
- Registered Member of KISM or CIPS.
- Minimum 5 years relevant working experience in a similar position.
- Master’s degree in Procurement and experience in a healthcare industry is an added advantage.
MODE OF APPLICATION
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If you are interested in the above position and you meet the requirements listed, please send your application together with a detailed CV, Copies of Academic Certificates, three  referees
and include their telephone contacts and email so as to reach us not later than 5th May 2021.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please note we do not charge any fee at any stage of our recruitment.
About Mater Hospital
The Mater Hospital was opened in 1962 by the Sisters of Mercy, a Catholic Order of Nuns originating from Ireland, three years after registering themselves as the Registered Trustees of an entity under the Perpetual Succession Act (the succeeding legislation after independence). The "Sisters of Mercy" first set up a 60 bed general hospital to cater mainly for the poor, indigenous Kenyans, with the primary mission being general healthcare. The colonial authorities granted 12 acres of land in a swampy, mosquito-infested area, which has since become the Industrial Area of Nairobi. In 1970, a 60-bed maternity ward was opened with antenatal, postnatal and immunization clinics attached in order to upgrade the quality of maternity healthcare available to the poorer segments of the Nairobi population. In 1972, in recognition of the contribution of the hospital in training midwives to assist births in rural areas, Mater was chartered as a School of Midwifery. In 1975, a consultant’s block of 6 offices was opened enabling specialised consultants to practice on site and deliver significantly better medical services to the patients. In 1986, the hospital opened its own pharmacy, physiotherapy and laboratory services and, in 1990, opened its counselling centre for inpatients, outpatients and staff who needed advice and guidance on family planning, HIV, and other concerns of a psychological and/or physical nature. In 1995, in a major building expansion programme, the hospital opened a larger and more efficient Casualty, Accident and Emergency Department, an Intensive Care Unit and a Cardiac Unit where open-heart surgery is performed. The missionary role of the Sisters of Mercy has spread to other parts of Kenya and the Mater Hospital has become a private hospital that charges a fee-for-service to a patient population that has developed locally to a much higher level of affluence compared with other parts of Kenya. The financial objective of the hospital is to provide affordable healthcare to as many people as possible but also attempt to meet all of its costs, including depreciation, in order to replace and upgrade medical equipment.