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Procurement Manager

Madrid, Spain
Closing date
10 Jul 2024

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Building on our past. Ready for the future

Worley is a global professional services company of energy, chemicals and resources experts headquartered in Australia.

Right now, we're bridging two worlds as we accelerate to more sustainable energy sources, while helping our customers provide the energy, chemicals and resources that society needs now.

We partner with our customers to deliver projects and create value over the life of their portfolio of assets. We solve complex problems by finding integrated data-centric solutions from the first stages of consulting and engineering to installation and commissioning, to the last stages of decommissioning and remediation.

Join us and help drive innovation and sustainability in our projects.

Role Context

As a Procurement Manager, you'll be responsible for identifying, soliciting, and selecting reliable sources of supply of materials, equipment, and services to support project execution, as well as preparing purchase orders, controlling prices and quality, and ensuring the delivery of materials and equipment to meet objectives.

You will assist with the implementation of contract administration procedures and coordinate or monitor the completion of administrative tasks while administering activities associated with contracts for services, the purchase of equipment, materials, or products. You'll also participate in and/or conduct proposal preparation, contract negotiation, contract administration, and customer contact activities, and providing agreed-upon approvals and supporting documentation of payment of invoices.

  • Comply with Company and Project purchasing policies and procedures and act within limits of delegated authority.
  • Work with engineering, planning, project controls, construction, HSE and quality to ensure specifications of materials and equipment is provided on-time.
  • Identify, develop and propose sources, solicit suppliers, receive quotations and bids. Undertake negotiation of orders, follow-up, schedule and expedite deliveries.
  • Negotiate terms & conditions, prepare contracts, monitor contractor performance and delivery of services to meet objectives.
  • Ensure supplier documentation, including insurance guarantees, etc. are received in accordance with purchase order and safely stored.
  • Ensure supplier documentation, including engineering, calculations, drawings, schedules and instructions/manuals are received and distributed.
  • Liaise with quality, logistics and material management at supplier, Customer and contractor offices as necessary to ensure timely delivery of required goods.
  • Secure and process necessary documentation to support the approval of supplier invoices as required by purchase order.
Academic Background
  • A relevant tertiary educational qualification, preferably in engineering, procurement/business administration or related field.

  • Proven experience including supervisory and/or project management on EPC or EPCm projects.

Technical Knowledge
  • Proficient in use of computers and commonly-used business software, including data base management tools.

Soft Skills
  • Proficiently communicate ideas and concepts, developing the ability to persuade and influence others as needed.

  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English, as well as the language that may be prevalent in an assigned location.

Moving forward together

We're committed to building a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace where everyone feels they belong, can bring themselves, and are heard. We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by law.

We want our people to be energized and empowered to drive sustainable impact. So, our focus is on a values-inspired culture that unlocks brilliance through belonging, connection and innovation.

And we're not just talking about it; we're doing it. We're reskilling our people, leveraging transferable skills, and supporting the transition of our workforce to become experts in today's low carbon energy infrastructure and technology.

Whatever your ambition, there's a path for you here. And there's no barrier to your potential career success. Join us to broaden your horizons, explore diverse opportunities, and be part of delivering sustainable change.

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