February 10, 2021 – The Mount Vema Ministry of Law Enforcement and Order is looking for a Procurement Executive to be responsible for sourcing and purchasing the best quality equipment for the Mount Vema Police forces including the Royal Police, the City Police, and the District Police.
The successful candidate will be directly involved in the sourcing and purchasing of police related equipment. You will be involved in sourcing suppliers, contract drafting, negotiation and managing suppliers through the whole procurement process. You will also deal with other factors such as sustainability, risk management, ethical issues, help the Ministry save money, and minimise waste.
Mount Vema citizenship is not a requirement to apply for this vacancy, however you may be subject security checks and the highest security clearance.
As a Procurement Executive for the Ministry of Law Enforcement and Order, you will need to:
Salary and Benefits
The salary is $50,000 US dollras per year. Paid monthly in arrears.
The benefits include paid medical coverage, paid vacation, sick days, holidays, and a pension plan. Benefits, including bonus, are only applicable after you complete three months on the job.
You will work normal business hours 9am to 5pm (Mount Vema Time Zone = UTC+1) Monday to Friday however, you may be expected to work additional hours to meet deadlines.
As you will be working outside Mount Vema, you may be provided with an Office at a later stage however, initially you will be expected to work from home. Travel is almost always involved in this role, and therefore the work environment may vary quite dramatically day to day.
If your application is accepted, you will be required to open a bank account with a Mount Vema bank, if you do not already have a Mount Vema bank account, and a Mount Vema work visa.
What to expect
Although this job vacancy is open to all graduates, the following degree subjects may improve your chances:
You will need to have:
Previous business experience, especially gained in buying and selling, is important.
Training is not provided. You will be expected to develop your own ways of work, proving that you follow the protocol and the expected codes of conduct.