Thursday, June 1, 2017

Rwanda Red Cross (RRC),Procurement Jobs in Rwanda



CLOSE: 08/06/2017
JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

The Rwanda Red Cross (RRC) is seeking for a suitable candidate who will be in charge of procurement among his qualified volunteers. The successful candidates will report to the Head of Logistics.

That position involves the following duties:



  • Deal with Procurement-Requests for Departments, Services, Programs and Projects

  • Negotiate purchases with suppliers and take PROFORMA INVOISE as needed

  • Prospect markets, learn about potential new suppliers via the internet, magazines and databases and regularly update an information base containing a wide range of references and techniques

  • Draft purchases contracts

  • Monitor supplies and solve problems that may arise (Monitoring the execution of purchase contracts, control of goods delivered and control of invoices)

  • Assess the quality of suppliers

  • Manage increasingly digitized documentation for the proper management of the supplier data base

  • Comply with procurement laws and contracts


Suitable candidate must meet the following criteria:


  • A minimum level of degree (A0) in Management, and Applied Sciences

  • Proven experience at least 6 months in procurement

  • A strong command of the application of common software: Excel, Word, Power Point, Ms Project, et

  • High knowledge of French or English, and Kinyarwanda


Interested candidates are requested to submit their application to the Rwanda Red Cross HQ located at Kacyiru (Gasabo), opposite UTEXRWA not later than Tuesday, 8rd June, 2017 at 12:00 am.

Applications must include the following documents:


  • An application letter dated and signed addressed to the Secretary General of Rwanda Red Cross

  • Copy of diploma

  • Updated curriculum vitae including three persons of reference

  • Copy of identity card


NB: The file submitted will not be given to the applicant.

Done at Kigali on 15/05/2017

Apollinaire KARAMAGA

Secretary General of Rwanda Red Cross

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