Procurement Manager - Baltimore
Position Description: Overall responsibility for the management of the Procurement Department
Reports To: Preconstruction Manager or General Manager
Essential Duties & Responsibilities*:
Lead, develop and manage the procurement staff, including completing performance evaluations.
Manage the subcontractor prequalification process.
Oversee the maintenance of the master subcontractor list.
Interact and maintain close contact with the subcontractor market to monitor subcontractor workloads and watch trends and market conditions.
Foster and enhance subcontractor relationships.
In conjunction with Community Affairs Department, conduct subcontractor outreach for small, minority, women-owned, and disadvantaged businesses. (M/W/DBE)
Maintain ongoing communication with project staff with regard to subcontractors' performance.
Participate in and assist with presentations and proposals.
Work hand-in-hand with Estimating and Operations in developing and implementing bidding strategies when assembling competitive bids and proposals.
Assist Operations in creating the General and Specific Conditions, safety requirements and scope requisitions for each project to ensure that the scope, schedule, M/W/DBE requirements, insurance and bonding requirements are clearly defined for the bidders. Examine the plans and specifications for any deficiencies, construction issues, and technical questions and refer any findings to the Project Engineer.
Enforce Turner's standards of safety, Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC), ethics and core values as set forth in the Company's policies.
Develop a comprehensive working knowledge and understanding of the contract documents to ensure all procurement requirements within scope are accomplished within budget.
Establish and/or work with the job staff in establishing the procurement schedule of the job.
Oversee and manage the bid, negotiation and award processes for all subcontractors and vendors.
Receive bids, prepare spreadsheets, conduct scope review meetings with competitive bidders (with Operations staff in attendance as required) to confirm that bidders have complied with scope requirements, alternates and unit pricing, manpower, schedules and logistics plans, M/W/DBE requirements, insurance and bonding requirements, and any other project-specific requirements.
Evaluate available subcontractors to determine optimal selection for the project.
Produce Subcontractor Approval Requests (SARs) and submit for further approval.
Work with Operations to manage subcontractor failures, claims, liens, surety issues, etc.
Prepare and issue subcontracts and follow up for timely execution of the subcontract,other project-specific items that must be submitted to complete the subcontract process.
receipt of insurance certificates and Payment and Performance (P&P) bonds, and any
Maintain current insurance certificates, bonds, and consent of surety for reserve reductions, off-site material payments and final payments.
Conduct subcontractor evaluations at project completion, in conjunction with Operations.