Compliance and Procurement Manager
$90000 - 105000 / annum
1 April 2019
Robert Half has been engaged exclusively by a growing human services Not-for-Profit (NFP) to appoint a commercially savvy Compliance and Procurement Manager.
A social purpose organisation with a history extending back to the 19th century, our client's diverse offerings include creating opportunities for young people and disadvantaged families. With a Board and management team committed to scaling business operations, it is well poised to expand its footprint and provide increased early learning and mentoring services to disadvantaged and vulnerable youth in Australia.
Reporting directly into the Finance Director and supporting the broader Executive Leadership Team, the newly created position of Compliance and Procurement Manager will oversee the areas of contract management, procurement, corporate insurance and fleet management. The primary functions of the Compliance and Procurement Manager are to safeguard corporate assets, optimise support processes to maximise efficiencies and ensure tendering processes achieve the greatest ROI possible.
Specifically, your responsibilities will include:
- Lead and implement best practice procurement activities
- Manage tendering processes and lead supplier contract negotiations
- Maintain the organisation's risk register and prepare Board Risk & Procurement Reports
- Support and train internal stakeholders across 40+ locations to build risk and procurement awareness within the organisation
- Analyse transactions, internal reports and financial information for potential fraud risks
- Oversee the insurance arrangements for the organisation
It is likely you will be degree qualified in a related discipline with experience working as a hands-on leader or 2IC within a procurement and risk function.
You will be commercial, adaptable and combine excellent negotiation skills with a commitment of client service and value add to the respective business unit General Managers and other stakeholders across the enterprise.
A self-starter, you will have excellent time management skills, planning and organising work to achieve the set objectives in the most efficient way possible within the set timelines.
You will be devoted to the mission and values of the organisation and committed to providing greater opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk youth.
A valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) and Police Check are mandatory.
Only candidates with current full working rights in place for Australia will be considered for this opportunity.
Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact Lindsay Steinour in our Melbourne office on 03 9691 3643.
140 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
au 03 9691 3631