Procurement Business Partner Corporate and Uniform at Fire and Emergency New Zealand, Wellington - Wairarapa
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- Fantastic opportunity to get involved in strategic procurement through business partnering with our asset managers
- Great employee benefits - up to 6% kiwisaver employer contribution
- We are flexible with location and open to a job share
E pā ana ki te kamupene | about the company
Fire and Emergency New Zealand is a Crown Entity established on 1 July 2017 under the Fire and emergency New Zealand Act 2017. The role of our new organisation is to reduce unwanted fires, respond to structural and vegetation fires and other emergencies including motor vehicle crashes, medical emergencies, hazardous substance related incidents, natural disasters and support increased community resilience.
Our vision is to build stronger communities and protect what matters most to the people within them. We are proud to be recognised as New Zealand's most trusted public sector agency. Our values reflect what our people believe is core to who we are and the organisation we aspire to be:
We Do the Right Thing – Kia Tika
We Serve and Support – Manaakitanga
We Are Better Together – Whanaungatanga
We Strive to Improve – Auahatanga
Our employee benefits include matched KiwiSaver employer contributions of up to 6%, life and income protection insurance for eligible employees, and a wellness policy that allows for generous sick leave provisions so you can look after yourself.
Mō te tūranga | About the role
The Procurement Business Partner is a pivotal role within the Fire and Emergency procurement team. They hold the strategic and commercial relationship with our key asset classes of ICT; Property; Fleet; Equipment; Corporate and Uniform and are the conduit for ensuring all planning, sourcing and management of procurement activity is undertaken well.
We are flexible with location and open to a job share.
Ngā kawenga matua | Key Responsibilities
- Ensuring that procurement activity undertaken within their Business Group is carried out in accordance with Fire and Emergency policy and procedures.
- Provision of procurement advice on procurement and contractual issues.
- Provision of commercial advice relevant to supply markets, including established panel frameworks across Government.
- Lead the development and maintenance of detailed category strategies for the procurement categories within the Business Group.
- Support Business Units to ensure contract monitoring measures and systems are in place, suppliers meet agreed performance standard and that poor performance is addressed appropriately.
- The coordination and planning of centralised sourcing.
- Assists with the ongoing development of procurement policies, processes and procedures in conjunction with the Manager Procurement Capability and Practice.
- Prepares papers to support Business Group procurement activities.
- Provide advice and support to the Business Group on contract management and regular contract performance monitoring.
- Ensuring comprehensive contract management and reporting systems are in place and followed for contracts.
- Support the negotiation and concluding of national and regional contracts for your business group in conjunction with the Manager Sourcing.
- Actively involved in identifying and influencing changes that impact Fire and Emergency.
Ngā whakaritenga matua | Key Requirements
- Expertise in the procurement life cycle for the procurement of goods and services.
- Knowledge and practical experience in the provision of procurement advice to stakeholders.
- Understanding of risk management in a procurement context e.g. Health & Safety.
- Experience in analysing issues and evaluating options.
- Expert knowledge of relevant legislation, policies and application thereof.
- Expertise in all aspects of contract and supplier management.
- A sound understanding of accounting principles and financial analysis.
- Advanced communication and influencing skills.
- Advanced experience in managing diverse internal and external relationships.
- Study towards CIPS qualification.
Ko te tono mai | How to apply:
If this sounds like you apply now. To download a copy of our position description please visit our vacancy page on our website www.fireandemergency.nz. For specific questions about this role please email email@example.com
Applications close 2nd February 2023 and we will be reviewing applications as we receive them.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Fire and Emergency New Zealand|
|Location:||Wellington - Wairarapa|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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