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  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture

Procurement (Buyer/Expeditor) IITA Ltd, United Kingdom

Organization: International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)


Country: United Kingdom

City: London, United Kingdom

Office: IITA in London

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Background: The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Limited invites

applications for the position of Procurement (Buyer/Expeditor). The position is based in

South Croydon within easy commuting of Central, South and South East London with good

bus, tram and train links.

Job Description:

Reporting to the IITA Ltd Office Supervisor, the Procurement (Buyer/Expeditor) will be

responsible for management of assigned pre-purchase enquiries from obtaining supplier

quotations through to processing purchase order and payments to suppliers, delivery of goods

to requestor’s nominated place for delivery either directly or through IITA appointed Logistic

Service Providers (LSPs). Working cross functionally with colleagues within the IITA

Supply Chain function both in the UK and Africa, the Procurement (Buyer/Expeditor) will be

responsible for but not limited to the following:

Key Responsibilities:

Maintaining accurate and clear records ensuring activity tracking and demonstrating

methodology.

Work cross functionally with IITA colleagues to ensure all procurement requirements are

met in an effective and timely manner.

Ensuring on time delivery, challenging non-compliance in areas of responsibility.

Purchase order progress monitoring and updating.

Monitoring and tracking daily/weekly supplier deliveries to IITA shippers in UK or USA

or direct from country of origin to point of delivery.

Identifying alternative suppliers for engineering/laboratory and equipment/spares

requirements where OEM or suppliers are not identified.

Preparation of monthly Supply Chain KPI Reports.

Core Competencies:

Good working knowledge in MS office, statistics, typing and administration skills.

Ideally knowledge of Oracle Purchasing and Purchase Order Tracking (POT).

Good communication and listening skills.

Minimum of 3 years work experience in a procurement / logistics department.

Attention to detail.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Good organisational skills.

Ability to meet tight deadlines.

Commercial awareness and ability to grow with the organisation.

Flexible, enthusiastic, pro-active, dedicated and hardworking.

Qualifications: Ideally educated to degree level, with full or part membership (by

examination) of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).

Benefits: Salary range £18K to £24K depending on experience and qualifications. 30 days

holiday excluding public holidays with Employer Pension Scheme.

Restrictions: This vacancy is available only to candidates who can demonstrate eligibility

to live and work in the United Kingdom.

Method of Application: All applications are to be submitted by completing the IITA Online

Job Application form available on the following link: http://www.iita.org/careers.

All applications must include the following as listed below: Applicants failing to provide the

Information below will have their applications automatically excluded from the short-listing

process:

1. A covering letter explaining "how" the candidate’s background, experience and

qualifications relate to the specific duties and requirements of the advertised position.

2. A copy of the candidates up to date CV.

3. The names, addresses and contact details (phone / email) of three (3) professional

referees which must include either the Head of the applicants current or previous

organisation or applicants direct Supervisor / Superior at his/her present or former place

of work.

Closing Date: The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found




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