We are looking for HEAD PROCUREMENT AND DISPOSAL UNIT
An Honours degree in Procurement and Supply Chain Management or Business Administration, Economics, Finance or any business related field, with a
Postgraduate Diploma in Procurement;
2. Must have Professional qualification in procurement (e.g. CIPS);
3. A Master’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance or related discipline shall be an added advantage;
4. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a reputable organization in the public sector.
1. Undertake and manage all functions of the PDU as stipulated in the PPDA Act, 2003 as amended;
2. Manage all procurements and disposal activities of the Fund as required;
3. Provide quality assurance and support to implementation of annual procurement plans of designated agencies of the fund;
Prepare and present reports, papers and briefs to the Fund Management Board, on issues related to procurement and disposal of assets as may be
5. Participate in the meetings of the Fund Management Committee, including tendering professional advice and provision of regular reports and briefs;
6. Prepare regular and reports of the Unit as may be required from time to time;
7. Liaise with PPDA on all matters of procurement and disposal including filing monthly procurement reports;
8. Establish a procurement tracking system for monitoring of all URF procurement activities;
9. Establish and periodically up-date a register of pre-qualified suppliers of goods, works and consultancy services;
10. Track performance of all supply contracts, ensuring contact managers file regular reports and confirm delivery of goods/services;
11. Establish and implement performance monitoring system for all suppliers and consultants and ensure timely updates of the system;
12. Manage the functions and performance of all staff placed under the PDU;
13. Any other duties that may be assigned by the Executive Director from time to time.
Uganda Road Fund (URF) was established by an Act of Parliament in 2008 to operate as a 2G (Second Generation) Fund with the objective of financing routine and periodic maintenance of public roads in Uganda from mainly reserved road user charges. Within the East African Region, Uganda was the last country to launch a second-generation road fund. The Fund became operational in 2010.