Job for Pharmacy graduates as General Manager at BPPI - Salary upto Rs 75,000/- pm
BPPI is the implementing agency for Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana of Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India. The objective of the scheme is to make available quality generic medicines at affordable prices to all. BPPI is expanding its operations and has urgent requirement on following posts on contractual basis for a period of three years.
Post : General Manager (Procurement)
Age (Maximum) : 55 Years
Qualification and Experience : B. Pharma. with 10 years’ post qualification experience in Procurement in Pharma Sector. (Master’s degree shall be desirable and will be an added advantage)
Consolidated Remuneration : Rs. 65,000/-
Conveyance Allowance : Rs. 8,000/-
Telephone Allowance : Rs. 2,000/-
1. Provident Fund Facilities as per norms
2. 10 Lakh Group Mediclaim Policy
3. 10 Lakh Group Term Life Insurance
4. 10 Lakh Group Accidental Insurance
1. Responsible for full control over Procurement and its matters and ensure that Government fund is utilized properly by following GFR and CVC guidelines in Procurement processes.
2. Responsible for availability of developing and maintenance of policies and processes of procurement as per Government norms.
3. Introducing and leveraging appropriate technology and systems of Procurements.
4. Responsible for providing procurement leadership to the organization.
5. Responsible for providing forecasting of availability of Drugs.
6. Responsible to approve the Tendering/Ordering of necessary goods and services.
7. Ownership and accountability for sourcing processes and sourcing management.
8. Devise and employ fruitful sourcing strategies.
9. Responsible for all negotiation with external vendors to secure the most advantageous terms as per norms.
10. Track and report key functional metrics to reduce expenses and improve effectiveness.
11. Monitoring supply markets and trends (e.g., medicines price increases, shortages, changes in suppliers) and interpreting the impact of these trends on company strategies.
12. Responsible for complying with procurement rules and rules of Government of India.
13. To eliminate the possibility of corruption or unethical practices in the procurement process.
14. Responsible for managing the tendering/bidding processes.
15. Responsible to provide purchasing performance evaluation, benchmarking & reporting.
16. Keep current match with good industry practices, and applicable to the mission of your operation.
17. Any other responsibility assigned by management.
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