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Procurement Analyst Internship at UNDP in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
The Procurement Analyst Internship under the Operations Manager’s supervision, leads the CO Procurement Unit to deliver cost-effective services. Analyzing financial data and regulations, they provide solutions and promote a client-focused approach.
Key Duties and Accountabilities of procurement Analyst Internship
1.) Elaborate and manage implementation of innovative and sustainable procurement strategies and policies that are in alignment with principles of fairness, integrity and transparency to achieve best value for money.
Ensure full compliance of procurement activities with UN/UNDP rules, regulations, policies, and strategic priorities through effective internal controls and properly used client –oriented procurement management system.
Elaborate/establish internal procurement Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), map CO procurement business processes, and manage workflows in Procurement Unit.
Discuss procurement strategies and plans with projects and other stakeholders and donors to ensure mutual alignment.
2.) Manage and guide procurement processes for CO, projects, and other UN Agencies.
Ensure timely and duly preparation of procurement plans for the office and projects, and monitor their implementation.
Review and certify submission of documents to internal procurement review committees (CAP, RACP and ACP).
Implement harmonized procurement services and analyze new opportunities for joint procurement for UN agencies in line with the UN reform.
3.) Introduce and implement strategic sourcing strategy and e-procurement tools to find best values in marketplace and align purchasing strategy to project and CO goals.
Elaborate supplier selection and evaluation criteria, and quality and performance measurement mechanisms.
Develop Long-Term Agreements/Frameworks Agreements for more efficient category management.
Manage and implement e-procurement system in CO.
4.) Facilitates procurement knowledge building and knowledge sharing in CO, Region, UNDP and UN.
Organize procurement training for vendors on e-procurement modules.
Make sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice.
Participate in Operations Management Team (OMT) to share information on cross-cutting areas and collaboration opportunities to achieve greater economies of scale.
Advanced university degree (master’s degree or equivalent) in Business Administration,
Public Administration, Economics, Finance, or related field is required or
A first-level university degree (bachelor’s degree) in combination with an additional two years of qualifying experience will be given due consideration in lieu of the advanced university degreCIPS level 3 is mandatory,
CIPS level above 3 is an asset
Experience, Knowledge, and Skills
Minimum of 2 years (with master’s degree) or 4 years (with bachelor’s degree) of relevant experience at the national or international level in public sector procurement management.
Experience in the use of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc) and advanced knowledge of web-based management systems such as ERP.
Knowledges in procurement methods (RFQ, ITB, RFP) is an asset
Experience in developing and implementing Procurement Policies is desirable