Procurement Manager

  • Experis IT
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • Sep 29, 2020
Contractor Information Technology

Job Description

Responsible for planning and directing procurement activities and subsequent development and implementation (D&I) activities for large, complex applications and technical services, in support of the large enterprise project. The Procurement Manager manages a team of analysts in procuring IT goods and services that support the delivery of services to over 15 million customers and support the business operations.

This is a Multi-Year Contract Position in Sacramento

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directing, planning, organizing and contributing to the design, development and/or review of work products and deliverables for this specific IT procurement including:
o IT Procurement and RFP strategy, standards, templates;
o IT Procurement Work Plan, resource plan and budget;
o Requests for Proposal (RFP) for in support of the effort including development of requirements, scope of work, deliverables, evaluation methodology and criteria, proposal structure and price schedules;
o Training and directing the proposal evaluation team;
o Business and Cost Proposal Evaluation Guides, tools and workbooks;
o Business and Cost Proposal Training materials development and delivery;
o Proposal Evaluation Results; and
o Vendor Selection Reports and Recommendations.

Managing and leading RFP requirements definition and confirmation tasks to ensure the business, technical and operational needs are met through this procurement and that the requirements are consistent with the overall strategy and objectives;
Advising the Common Services Director and Consortium legal counsel with Contract Negotiations resulting from this procurement;
Directing the preparation and presentation of the RFP, Vendor Selection Report and Recommendation for Contract Award to the 58-county Executive Director and JPA Board of Directors;
Collaborating with the Common Services Director, PMO Manager, Application Development Manager and Implementation Manager to review and assess vendor Deliverable Expectation Documents (DEDs) and deliverables for adherence to requirements, specifications and standards;
Collaborating with the Common Services Director, PMO Manager, Application Development Manager and Implementation Manager to review and assess vendor progress on tasks as documented in the approved baseline work plan for this IT project;
Working collaboratively with the advocate community to meet legislative requirements for including advocates in the requirements definition, design and testing phases for this public facing IT procurement and subsequent development and implementation effort; Driving communication and education of counties, project partners and stakeholders regarding this IT procurement and subsequent D&I effort; Managing the issue and risk management processes for this IT procurement and subsequent D&I effort; and Collaborating with the PMO Contracts and Fiscal Manager to prepare IAPDU budget and schedule updates associated with this IT procurement and subsequent D&I activities.

TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
Option 1:
Two years of bona-fide supervisory experience over a unit of analysts performing assignments within one or more of the following administrative fields: human resources, budget, finance, contracts or other closely-related administrative field - AND - two additional years of experience at the level of a journey analyst or higher within one or more of these administrative fields.
Option 2:
Two years of any bona-fide supervisory experience - AND - four years of experience at the level of a journey analyst or higher within one or more of the following administrative fields: human resources, budget, finance, contracts or other closely-related administrative field.
Option 3:
Two years of experience at the level of a senior analyst or higher functioning in a consultative role in departments similar to Auditor-Controller, Chief Executive Office, Human Resources, or Contracts Division, interpreting and applying County policies, rules, and regulations and providing direction, guidance, and advice to management and administrative staff in County line departments - AND - four years of experience at the level of a journey analyst or higher within one or more of the following administrative fields: human resources, budget, finance, contracts, or other closely-related administrative field.