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Manager Engineer

Location:
Rawdat Al Khail, Qatar
Salary:
18000
Posted:
October 21, 2019

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Saneesh Manambath

Mobile: +974-********

Email ID: adamx9@r.postjobfree.com

Contact no in India: 0091 814-***-****

Contact in Qatar : 009**-******** DIRECT

Post Applied for: Procurement Engineer/Procurement Specialist

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Procurement Specialists can be found in a number of different organizations, and they serve a vital role in ensuring that the business maintains high performance standards and remains profitable. Highlight any skills or qualifications that make you well-equipped to handle the responsibilities of this position in your resume objective.

Profile Summary:

The employee performs and coordinates administrative, technical, and professional work related to ensuring that all court units are supplied with the materials, equipment, and services required to function optimally, including ensuring compliance with the appropriate guidelines, policies, and approved internal controls. The employee may lead the work of Court Services and Procurement Technicians; however, the responsibility does not involve formal supervisory responsibilities. The employee performs procurement activities requiring advanced knowledge of procurement policies and practices; which may include preparing complicated specifications, negotiating service contracts, and preparing significant and large purchase orders.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Procure supplies, equipment, services, and furnishings from government and nongovernment sources through new contracts, competitive bids or existing government contracts. Plan and coordinate time and delivery of purchases. Assess requests for goods and services by ensuring that they are allowable under limitations, restrictions, and policies, as well as determining availability of funds. Review accounting records of each functional allotment and reconcile accounts. Ensure that accounts have funds available for items being purchased. Prepare spread sheets and maintain databases to track certain expenditures. Adhere to the Guide to Judiciary Policies and Procedures and Judiciary Procurement Program Procedures on procurement practices. Adhere to the Court Services Department internal control procedures, makes recommendations to the Financial Administrator or manager of the Court Services area for development of new or revised internal procurement control procedures. Identify and maintain lists of vendors and sources of supply for goods and services. Review, evaluate, verify, and process invoices and prepare payment requests. Update the inventory listing of property and conduct inventory reconciliations.

Research and evaluate suppliers based on price, quality, selection, service, support, availability, reliability, production, and distribution capabilities as well as the reputation and history. Prepare specifications, solicitations, and requests for qualifications/proposals; research products and equipment; prepare product/equipment specifications. Obtain and review competitive bids, quotes, and proposals from vendors and contractors; discuss evaluations and review with requesters and subject matter experts. Negotiate with vendors for the best price over contracted services and purchases. Coordinate with selected vendors on supply and delivery of purchased items. Evaluate and monitor contract performance to ensure compliance with contracted obligations; assist with clarifying contract requirements and resolving any conflicts. Recommend cyclical replacement of accountable property. Develops and justifies annual budget needs for recurring services and other procurement contracts. Delivers training using various approaches to judges, court management and staff relating to office equipment and new courtroom technology. Updates technical training materials that can be used by judges or staff. Assists in preparing facilitation materials for other trainers to use when making presentations. Maintains General Services Administration and other supplier catalogs for review by judges and court personnel in making or suggesting kind or type of item needed.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Nationality : Indian

Date of Birth : 30, JUNE, 1976

Marital Status : Married

Visa Status : Transferable visa with NOC

Visa Profession : Civil Engineer

Passport details : R2283297

Languages Known : English, Hindi and Malayalam

Driving License : Qatar Driving License (276********)

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) from Board of secondary education.

Higher Secondary Education (Pre-Degree)

B TECH civil engineering Certificate 4 Years course (Calicut University)

COMPUTER QUALIFICATION & ERP KNOLEDGE

Microsoft Office Packages (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Proficient in AutoCAD 2009

Internet & E-mail (Outlook)

Purchase & Accounting Programmer. (Great Plan System)

Purchase & Accounting Programmer (Tally ERP-9)

Purchase & Accounting Programmer (Navision Classic 2015)

WORK EXPERIENCE

Total 21 years of extensive experience in the field of Procurement Engineer, Procurement officer, Project coordination & Quality Controller at various projects & Different jobs in UAE & QATAR (Most prestige’s projects Falcon tower, Emirates tower, Dxb airport, Dubai marina Project, Al Attar Tower, Jewel Tower, Crown Plaza Project, China railway Project, Dubai Metro Project, Barwa Commercial Avenue & Role of Procurement in a Hospitality)

1. M/s. AL SAWARI BRIGHT LIGHT W.L.L

Position: Procurement Specialist

Duration: (January2017 – Till Date)

Procurement Specialist & contracts specialists Duties and Responsibilities

Procurement specialists oversee and manage nearly every aspect of the purchasing of equipment, materials, and products in a business. Their duties are quite diverse and can vary dramatically depending on the size and nature of their company. Here are some of the common duties that fall under the responsibility of the purchasing office.

1) Purchasing and Managing Inventory: As the manager of the purchasing side of a business, the procurement specialist will oversee the maintenance and growth of the company’s inventory. They will identify when supplies are running low and place orders to replenish the raw materials needed to make the company’s products. The purchasing specialist will create and place purchase orders with the appropriate vendors and track them, signing off when the supplies arrive and logging the information in their records.

2) Record Keeping: To help with the process of managing the inventory, one of the primary responsibilities of any procurement specialist is record keeping. That means staying on top of everything from purchase orders and receipts to tracking numbers and inventory counts. These records must be pristine in case of audit or review, and any discrepancies are the responsibility of the procurement manager. There are a number of software programs that make this process easier, but the procurement specialist should always maintain backups and review the records on a regular basis to avoid losing vital company information.

3) Negotiate Contracts: In order to keep the bottom line down, the procurement specialist will have to engage in a number of negotiations with vendors and suppliers. He or she will work with other companies to find the lowest possible prices, sometimes signing long-term contracts to enjoy bulk discounts or promising future relationships in exchange for the lowest costs on their necessary goods. This requires a great deal of legal knowledge and attention to detail in the drawing up of contracts.

4) Maintain Client Relationships: Procurement specialists also must maintain positive relationships with their vendors. Often if an order is late or a price has changed, the procurement manager will have to contact their vendor and address the problem personally. This is best done with a reliable contact, so it helps when the procurement manager knows whom to contact in order to get things done correctly.

5) Assess Financial Performance of Products: Those who work in procurement and purchases are intimately familiar with the outgoing costs of their company. Because of that, they are often called upon to answer questions about the financial performance of the products and materials they order. Procurement specialists should be able to assess whether their current purchases are performing well enough to justify their costs, and may be asked to offer suggestions as to more cost-effective or more easily procured materials and products that can help lower the company’s bottom line.

6) Procurement and Purchasing:

To begin with, we need to understand clearly the difference between procurement and purchasing. Procurement as a function is vastly bigger in scope than the traditional purchasing function.

Purchasing refers to the process of ordering and receiving goods and services. It is a part of the bigger procurement process. Generally, purchasing refers to the process involved in ordering goods such as request, approval and creation of a purchase order record and ultimately the receipt of goods.

On the other hand, "Procurement" is the function that describes the activities and processes to acquire goods and services. Key to this and clearly different from "purchasing", procurement involves amongst others:

sourcing activities such as market research,

vendor evaluation

Negotiation of contracts.

It also includes purchasing activities required to order and receive goods.

So, you could say that the procurement function consists of a complete mechanism that includes processes closely involved with the vendor community, goods and services markets and the world of contracts.

Moreover, if you talk about the procurement function for a group of hotels, it takes on a completely different meaning as compared to say the function for a standalone hotel. Finally, the procurement function for an operating hotel is completely different from an opening hotel.

7) Standalone and Group Hotels:

As is quite obvious, the demands of a procurement function for a group or chain of hotels are vastly greater than that of a standalone hotel. As more hotels are added to a group or chain, however, while the complexity increases, the opportunities do too.

In the present age when the customer is so particular about quality of goods and services they receive, consistency in delivery is the greatest hurdle. And here, being part of a group or chain of hotels provides opportunities to get that consistency of delivery right. This is through a process of partnership with the vendors to provide exactly what the customer is looking for. Synergies and economies of scale help too.

The focus of the procurement function in a group of hotels is towards forging effective alliances with vendors not only to bring the requisite quality to goods and services but also do that at a mutually beneficial cost level. This is done through creation of Group Vendor contracts. The philosophy of a group contract is that the individual requirements of group hotels based on consumption patterns are pooled together, collated and a group consumption quantity determined. Using this higher quantity as a factor, the group negotiates a lower price and other beneficial terms. It is a win-win situation. The vendor is assured of a big chunk of orders (which serve to bring down their unit costs) and the group is able to keep costs of consumption low. This allows cost savings leading to enhanced profitability.

8) Procurement costs and cash flows:

A fact that for the most part goes unnoticed is that procurement costs result in cash outflows for the hotel. In fact, if the procurement function is not managed effectively, the hotel ends up being susceptible to cash outflows, which could be avoided. How are cash outflows created in the procurement function?

Well, the most common form of cash outflow that results directly from a procurement process is that of deposits and advance payments. As soon as the specifications of a product or service are determined and the price, quantity and quality decided upon, a purchase order is prepared which confirms the contract between the hotel and the vendor. In most instances, this purchase order (in particular with a new vendor) will specify an up-front payment in the form of a deposit and/or an advance which can go right up to 50% of the value of the purchase order. The vendor will not do anything further until this deposit or advance is paid.

Thus, it is part of the function of procurement to negotiate deposits and advance payments with the vendor. It should be the endeavor of the procurement department to eliminate advance payments or deposits but this is difficult until a relationship is created with the vendor. For regular vendors, this is not an issue, however, new vendors for the most part will insist on this. For them, it is a form of security against the risk of dealing with a new hotel or group.

Where the procurement function is that of a group or chain of hotels, negotiation of acceptable level of cash outflows at the time of signing of the purchase order or contract is critical since the quantum of cash involved will be quite high.

9) Procurement function and direct operating costs:

The main mantra or philosophy of a procurement function is: lowest price, highest quality for the longest term. By entering into a long-term relationship with a vendor and locking down prices over an extended period for key items of consumption, the procurement function plays a stellar role in keeping down direct operating costs for a hotel or group of hotels.

The methodology adopted is normally as follows. The Procurement department will get hold of a customized report from the Inventory Management system (including the procurement function). This report sorted in descending order of importance will show the cost of consumption of major items in that particular operation. Using this report and picking the Top 20% items which account for 80% of the cost of consumption (utilizing the 80:20 Rule in Inventory analysis), the procurement department will target these items for entering into a group wide contract at lower prices. For example, in the food and beverage operation, the Top 20% of items of food which account for 80% of cost of consumption of food will be targeted for a long term contractual arrangement with the relevant vendors. Over time this will assist in bringing down the food costs in the food and beverage operation

10) Procurement engineer function:

Analyze all suppliers in order to select the most suitable suppliers who are able to deliver high quality products at competitive pricing.

Negotiate with suppliers on lead-time, cost and quality so as to obtain the maximum benefit for the company.

Manage suppliers to meet objectives related to cost, delivery performance, schedule and quality.

Develop purchasing or sourcing strategies based on portfolio analyses and supplier referencing study.

Define and maintain documented category and supplier strategies using market and competitive data.

Liaise with suppliers on delivery schedule so as to ensure on-time deliveries of final product.

Develop, implement and drive the procurement strategies in order to meet cost savings targets.

Review and manage the supplier base to ensure consistency with the sourcing strategy.

Perform regular performance review with suppliers to drive continuous improvements.

Create monthly performance reviews and reports focusing on overall sourcing requirements.

Ensure commercial, legal and contractual compliances in all the procurement transactions.

Adopt appropriate supplier management methodologies and procurement strategies in purchasing to secure better prices.

Train team on effective procurement processes and strategy. Coordinate with vendor on continuous quality improvement.

11) Contracts specialists function:

Contract specialists, also known as purchasing managers or agents, work for government agencies or many types of private-sector organizations. Their primary duty is to ensure that both parties to the contract comply with its terms and with legal regulations the process by which services and goods are obtained from a third party, is crucial to running any organization, but can also involve many interrelated and sometimes tedious facets the process by which services and goods are obtained from a third party, is crucial to running any organization, but can also involve many interrelated and sometimes tedious facets. Success hinges on their being very detail-oriented and thorough.

Analysis is the process of breaking a complex topic or substance into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it. ... When a legal scholar analyzes a contract, s/he basically looks for key similarities across the agreement and various types of agreements without ignoring the differences.

Contract Associate. ... As ICON is one of a small group of organizations with the capability and expertise to conduct clinical trials and development projects on either a local or global basis, our Contracts team are involved in a diverse array of contracting opportunities.

Contracting officer is an individual entrusted by an organization with the authority to enter into, administer, renew or terminate contract s, along with related determinations and findings.

2. M/s Alumco Qatar WLL

Position: Procurement Specialist

Duration: 31st July 2010 TO 31st December2017

Procurement Specialist Duties and Responsibilities

Procurement specialists oversee and manage nearly every aspect of the purchasing of equipment, materials, and products in a business. Their duties are quite diverse and can vary dramatically depending on the size and nature of their company. Here are some of the common duties that fall under the responsibility of the purchasing office.

1) Purchasing and Managing Inventory: As the manager of the purchasing side of a business, the procurement specialist will oversee the maintenance and growth of the company’s inventory. They will identify when supplies are running low and place orders to replenish the raw materials needed to make the company’s products. The purchasing specialist will create and place purchase orders with the appropriate vendors and track them, signing off when the supplies arrive and logging the information in their records.

2) Record Keeping: To help with the process of managing the inventory, one of the primary responsibilities of any procurement specialist is record keeping. That means staying on top of everything from purchase orders and receipts to tracking numbers and inventory counts. These records must be pristine in case of audit or review, and any discrepancies are the responsibility of the procurement manager. There are a number of software programs that make this process easier, but the procurement specialist should always maintain backups and review the records on a regular basis to avoid losing vital company information.

3) Negotiate Contracts: In order to keep the bottom line down, the procurement specialist will have to engage in a number of negotiations with vendors and suppliers. He or she will work with other companies to find the lowest possible prices, sometimes signing long-term contracts to enjoy bulk discounts or promising future relationships in exchange for the lowest costs on their necessary goods. This requires a great deal of legal knowledge and attention to detail in the drawing up of contracts.

4) Maintain Client Relationships: Procurement specialists also must maintain positive relationships with their vendors. Often if an order is late or a price has changed, the procurement manager will have to contact their vendor and address the problem personally. This is best done with a reliable contact, so it helps when the procurement manager knows whom to contact in order to get things done correctly.

5) Assess Financial Performance of Products: Those who work in procurement and purchases are intimately familiar with the outgoing costs of their company. Because of that, they are often called upon to answer questions about the financial performance of the products and materials they order. Procurement specialists should be able to assess whether their current purchases are performing well enough to justify their costs, and may be asked to offer suggestions as to more cost-effective or more easily procured materials and products that can help lower the company’s bottom line.

In order to do their job effectively, procurement specialists must maintain current and relevant knowledge about every aspect of their company’s costs. The individual tasks that are necessary to establish this knowledge may vary, but the responsibility remains the same. Whether it’s for a large company or a small one, in retail or in wholesale, procurement specialists keep the goods coming in that keep their companies running.

6) Contracts specialists function:

Contract specialists, also known as purchasing managers or agents, work for government agencies or many types of private-sector organizations. Their primary duty is to ensure that both parties to the contract comply with its terms and with legal regulations the process by which services and goods are obtained from a third party, is crucial to running any organization, but can also involve many interrelated and sometimes tedious facets the process by which services and goods are obtained from a third party, is crucial to running any organization, but can also involve many interrelated and sometimes tedious facets. Success hinges on their being very detail-oriented and thorough.

Analysis is the process of breaking a complex topic or substance into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it. ... When a legal scholar analyzes a contract, s/he basically looks for key similarities across the agreement and various types of agreements without ignoring the differences.

Contract Associate. ... As ICON is one of a small group of organisations with the capability and expertise to conduct clinical trials and development projects on either a local or global basis, our Contracts team are involved in a diverse array of contracting opportunities.

Contracting officer is an individual entrusted by an organization with the authority to enter into, administer, renew or terminate contract s, along with related determinations and findings.

3. M/s. Somec Sharaf ME LLC

Position: Sr Procurement officer / Purchaser (Local & Overseas)

Duration: 3 years 31st July 2007 to 7th Jun 2010

Ensure competent quality execution of all regular purchasing duties and administrative works.

Maintain complete updated purchasing records/data and pricing in the system.

Prepare reports and summarize data including sales report and book value.

Schedule store visits and conduct competitor survey.

Execution and monitoring of all regular purchasing duties.

Coordinate with user departments and suppliers in the purchasing scope of work for projects assigned.

Assist in managing and following up overseas orders.

Handling and monitoring of claims to factories and vendors for defectives, shortage, missing parts.

Support relevant departments with quotations for the purpose of tenders.

Coordinate with suppliers to ensure on-time delivery.

Responsible for the preparation and process purchase orders and documents in accordance with company policies and procedures.

Monitor and co-ordinate deliveries of items between suppliers to ensure that all items are delivered to site/store on time.

Source, select and negotiate for the best purchase package in terms of quality, price, terms, deliveries and services with suppliers.

Negotiate for best purchasing package (in terms of quality, price, term, delivery and service) with suppliers and sub-contractors assigned.

Purchase and issue order in accordance to specification.

Plan and manage inventory levels of materials or products.

Source for new parts, suppliers or sub-contractors when the need arises

Monitor and co-ordinate deliveries of items between suppliers (local and overseas)

4. M/s. Al Abbar Aluminum

Position: Procurement officer / Purchaser (Local & Overseas)

Duration: 3 years June 2004 – June 2007

Ensure competent quality execution of all regular purchasing duties and administrative works.

Maintain complete updated purchasing records/data and pricing in the system.

Prepare reports and summarize data including sales report and book value.

Schedule store visits and conduct competitor survey.

Execution and monitoring of all regular purchasing duties.

Coordinate with user departments and suppliers in the purchasing scope of work for projects assigned.

Assist in managing and following up overseas orders.

Handling and monitoring of claims to factories and vendors for defectives, shortage, missing parts.

Support relevant departments with quotations for the purpose of tenders.

Coordinate with suppliers to ensure on-time delivery.

Responsible for the preparation and process purchase orders and documents in accordance with company policies and procedures.

Monitor and co-ordinate deliveries of items between suppliers to ensure that all items are delivered to site/store on time.

Source, select and negotiate for the best purchase package in terms of quality, price, terms, deliveries and services with suppliers.

Negotiate for best purchasing package (in terms of quality, price, term, delivery and service) with suppliers and sub-contractors assigned.

Purchase and issue order in accordance to specification.

Plan and manage inventory levels of materials or products.

Source for new parts, suppliers or sub-contractors when the need arises

Monitor and co-ordinate deliveries of items between suppliers (local and overseas)

5.M/s. Al Abbar Aluminium, at (Dubai Marina Project)

Position: Project Coordinator

Duration: 3 years Nov. 1998 Nov. 2001 (Dubai marina project)

1. Develops and maintains a detailed project schedule which includes administrative tasks and all sites involved in the project

2. Sites include all coverage, control locations including central and secondary dispatch locations, backhaul locations, and generation plants and associated facilities.

3. Project members, ensure adherence to deadlines

4. The detailed schedule will include all project phases and dependencies including at least preliminary engineering, property review and acquisition, detailed design, material procurement, installation, test and turn-up, and site and system acceptance.

5. Responsible to track project changes and produces updated site based schedule as agreed with engineering and project management.

6. Compile summary documents, e.g. Product Development Plan, management Summary and Target Product Profile. Collect and include contributions of the Team

7. Responsible to take input from the business analysts and project engineers to develop and maintain the detailed schedule.

8. Maintain Project Managers calendars.

9. Participation in Project Management Team Meetings.

10. Participates in cross-project planning to resolve conflicts in project priorities, resourcing, schedule and

6. M/s. Al Abbar Aluminum

Position: inventory clerk (General store, Main office)

Duration: 3 years November 2001 – June 2004

My Responsibilities: My Duties involved: I have been involved and handling the stock requirements from various project sites, thoroughly monitoring and distributing all required materials tools to site, preparation of all necessary issue and receipt records, updating day-to-day entries in Grates plans system, stock updating and monthly closing formalities, preparations of Goods inward (SRV) Control of material draw slips (MDS), LPO, Overseas Purchase requesting (OPR). I have been also involved in overall checking and ensuring the coding system and validating classification and grouping periodically.

7. M/s. City Builders, Kannur, Kerala – India

Position: AutoCAD Draughtsman

Duration: 8 months (May 1997 – Dec. 1997)

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

1.I have take on the project on Widening and improvement of flexible pavement under Public Works Department, Government of Kerala – India

LANGUAGES KNOWN

English, Hindi and Malayalam



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