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Procurement Unit Leader
Procurement Unit Leader, PROC
Responsible for administering all financial matters pertaining to vender contracts, also responsible for maintaining equipment time records.
Obtains local administrative guidelines, service and supply plan, payment procedures agreements, etc.
Manages and supervises procurement unit.
Coordinates with personnel to ensure submission of procurement documents and adherence to established policies and agreement provisions (equipment time keeping problems and contract issues).
Ensures rental agreements, land use agreements and other contract documents are established or in place to meet incident needs.
Reviews and interprets contracts/agreements and resolve claims and disputes within delegated authority.
Reports to supervisor unusual trends, issues.
Finalizes all deductions and post to contractor invoice.
Documents follow-up action needed for incident agency.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
Satisfactory performance as an EQTR
Recommend “ISUITE” knowledge
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