Job Description


Free placement

Procurement Contracts Officer (Banking)

Job id: 527678

22 May 2024

Job Location

Doha, Qatar


8 to 20 years

Qualification Level


Job Function

Banking / Financial Services
IT - Hardware
IT - Software
Purchase / Stores / Spare Parts / Buyer


Procurement, Contracts, banking

Jobseeker Nationality

Jobseekers from any country

We are looking for Procurement Contracts Officer (Banking) for Qatar

Essential Duties & Responsibilities by Dimensions:
A. Shareholder & Financial:
• Implement KPI’s and best practices for Senior Officers, Procurement Contracts Management.
• Promote cost consciousness and efficiency and enhance productivity, to minimise cost, avoid waste, and optimise benefits for the bank.
• Act within the limits of the powers delegated to the incumbent.
B. Customer (Internal & External)
• Manage and maintain all procurement contracts systematically in CLIENT’S contract management system as well other manual and shared systems, ensuring key contract information is updated and available for use by members of the team.
• Prepare contract drafts in conjunction with stakeholders, sourcing team members and suppliers.
• Prepare contract for internal review and approval and ensure compliance with CLIENT’S policies, ensure all contracts under management are signed off in line with CLIENT’S DOA.
• Liaise and coordinate with the relevant stakeholders to manage all contracts, MSA (master services agreements), amendments and variations.
• Act as the focal point for supplier and stakeholders’ queries on the status of contract creation, renewal and termination.
• Act as a focal point of contact with Legal in contractual matters and monitor contract compliance with established procedures.
• Facilitate contractor meetings to review contractual terms and conditions involving group legal as and when required.
• Proactively alert the sourcing team members and end users in advance regarding contract status, date of expiry of current contracts in order for timely action to be taken such as termination or renewal of contracts to ensure that services are not disrupted.
• Renew the contracts by liaising with the relevant stakeholders to obtain necessary approvals, in line with the CLIENT’S contract singing matrix.
• Manage the terminations of contracts, issue the notices to the suppliers where the agreement/ contract is not renewed and update the relevant contract management systems to reflect such changes.
• Liaise with legal departments for any issues related to contracts including obtain approval or vendor terms.
• Work closely alongside operations team to ensure existing blanket purchase with i-procurement catalogues are kept up to date.
• Manage the approved contract templates ensuring correct templates are in place, liaise with relevant departments in CLIENT’S to ensure any changes to templates are disseminated to the contract master.
• Monitor and track insurance requirements and any other correspondence in relation to established contracts and those in progress.
• Recommend improvements and changes to enhance the contracting process/ terms and conditions, modifications to automated systems by keeping abreast of market trends.
• Maintain activities in accordance with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with internal departments/ units to achieve improvements in turn-around time

If you are interested, please send the below details at the earliest.

 Your CV in word format:
 Total Yrs of Experience:
 Relevant Experience in Procurement Contracts Management:
 Experience in Banking Domain:
 Any other Certifications:
 Current Salary:
 Salary Expectation in QAR:
 Notice Period:
 Current Location:
 Nationality:
 Visa Type:
 You can be able to relocate to Qatar:

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