AC40 - Procurement Manager II
General Nature of Work:
Coordinates and evaluates contractual agreements for compliance with agency, state and federal regulations and policies or directs the execution of highly complex procurements for a large state agency.
Guidelines for Class Use/Distinguishing Characteristics:
Positions in this class assume responsibility for procurement functions in large state agencies within large dollar limits as certified by the Budget and Control Board. Incumbents act with substantial discretion in the negotiation of community contracts and related fiscal management.
Examples of Work:
(Note: The examples of work listed in this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of specific statements does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such duties are a logical assignment to the position. The intent of the listed examples is to give a general indication of the levels of difficulty and responsibility common to all positions in this class.)
Serves as an agency's chief liaison with the Materials Management Office.
Recommends improvements in state procurement policies and procedures.
Formulates agency procurement policies and procedures.
Ensures compliance with the provisions of the Consolidated Procurement Code.
Consults with agency personnel concerning procurements for their respective areas.
Renders final decisions on the awarding of contracts involving the expenditure of large amounts of funds.
Prepares policy guidelines for fiscal areas of community programs.
Reviews quarterly financial statements for compliance with federal, state and agency guidelines.
Participates directly in complex procurements.
Supervises the activities of a professional procurement staff.
Coordinates and evaluates contractual service agreements for the Department of Transportation.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
(Note: The knowledge, skills and abilities listed are not necessarily inclusive of the requirements for every position in the class.)
Knowledge of project and contract management.
Knowledge of agency, state and federal regulations, policies and procedures related to the procurement of goods and services.
Knowledge of the provisions of the Consolidated Procurement Code.
Knowledge of the goods and services procured.
Knowledge of the principles of budgeting and fiscal management.
Ability to identify and analyze factors in the awarding of contracts.
Ability to negotiate and implement contractual agreements.
Ability to interpret rules, regulations and laws and disseminate information to agency personnel.
Ability to communicate effectively.
State Minimum Training and Experience
State Necessary Special Requirements:
(Note: Additional requirements may be applicable for individual positions in the employing agency.)
A high school diploma and procurement experience.
MUSC Minimum Training and Experience Requirements:
A high school diploma and six years procurement experience. A bachelor's degree may be substituted for two years of the required work experience.
MUSC Physical Requirements: