Director of Procurement Non-Capital Program

Entity: Tampa International Airport
Salary: $120,000 - $215,000
Closing Date: 1/31/2019
Description: Tampa International Airport Director of Procurement Non-Capital Program and Materials Management Tampa International Airport is seeking a Director of Procurement Non-Capital Program and Materials Management to join our Senior Management Team. The Airport is an independent special district that owns and operates three general aviation airports in addition to Tampa International Airport. The Airport served over 21 million passengers in 2018 and is part way through a multiyear $2.7 billion expansion. The Airport is recognized as a great place to work with an exceptional benefits package that includes Health, Dental and Vision Insurance offered at generously discounted rates, participation in the Florida Retirement System, up to a 3% match of your base pay when participating in the 457 plan and an employee incentive program of up to 10% of salary based on company performance metrics determined annually. Each new hire starts with 23 days of vacation per year that gradually increases to 33 days per year after 14 years of service. The starting salary range for this position is $120,000 - $145,000. The Procurement department places high value on conference and training opportunities for our employees and fully supports participation in procurement industry organizations such as NIGP, FAPPO, NPI and APG. The Procurement Team at Tampa International Airport is highly energized, dedicated and award winning. The team recently earned the National Institute of Government Purchasing Pareto accreditation in 2017, holds the NIGP OA4 accreditation through 2021, is certified as an agency with the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council, and for the last 5 years has received the National Procurement Institute as well as the Florida Association of Public Procurement Officials Achievement of Excellence in Procurement awards. POSITION OVERVIEW Reporting to the Vice President of Procurement, this position is responsible for the procurement of all non-capital procurements including contract and agreement negotiations for professional and non-professional services, managing the procurement processes for Requests for Proposals (RFP), Requests for Qualifications (RFQ), Invitation to Bid (ITB), Invitation to Negotiate (ITN), request for quotations (Quotes), sole source and government contract purchasing; and materials management including warehousing, inventory and property disposition. The following positions report directly to the Director, Procurement – Non-Capital Program and Materials Management: Purchasing Manager of Non-Capital Program: This position oversees four Procurement Agents and is responsible for providing procurement support for 20+ departments including Maintenance, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, and Concessions utilizing primarily formal and informal solicitation processes such as ITBs, Quotes, sole source, government contract purchasing, and direct purchases. This position serves as the training administrator for the department and is responsible for Authority-wide staff procurement training, including introduction to procurement, advance procurement and requisitions. This position is responsible for ensuring contract spend and purchasing controls do not exceed authorized limits, amendments, change orders, and renewals. This position also serves as the department lead with regards to Enterprise Resource Planning system upgrades, patches and issue resolution. Purchasing Manager of Non-Capital Program and Materials Management: This position oversees two Procurement Agents and is responsible for providing complex procurement support for 20+ departments including Maintenance, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, and Concessions utilizing primarily RFP, RFQ, and ITN solicitation processes. This position is also responsible for the Purchasing Card Program including PCard holder training, Contract Management System, department Benchmarking, Supplier registration, and departmental awards and certifications. This position also oversees one Materials Management & Inventory Control Supervisor and four Property Control Specialists responsible for inventory and warehousing management including property disposition. POSITION ACCOUNTIBILITIES Note: The following duties are illustrative and not exhaustive. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Depending on assigned area of responsibility, incumbents in the position may perform one or more of the activities described below. ? Ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local procurement requirements in the selection of contractors, concessionaires, consultants and individuals providing services to the Authority. • Represent the Authority and oversee the negotiation process of contracts, agreements, work orders and change orders • Analyze costs projections against industry best practices and current trends • Oversee the development of solicitation documents, specifications and contract documents • Analyze proposals and bids for responsiveness • Facilitate and oversee technical proposal evaluation process • Develop departmental policies, procedures, and strategic planning documents • Manages contract management system • Oversees inventory management and inventory control including • Oversee property asset transfer and recommends surplus property disposition • Provides oversight and direction to employees • Coaches, mentors and develops staff • Acts as Vice President of Procurement as necessary
Qualifications: The recommended qualifications to perform successfully in this position are a Bachelor’s degree in management, business, or a related field from an accredited college or university. The incumbent should have a minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in supervision, purchasing, contracts management and competitive procurement processes, of which at least five years must include experience in a public (government) organization; possession of a Valid Class E driver’s license or ability to obtain within 6 months of employment. Must hold active Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO) certification by the Universal Public Purchasing Certification Council (other certifications will not satisfy this minimum requirement). Desirable Qualifications: ? Master’s degree in management or business administration ? Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.), Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) or other equivalent professional certification ? Managerial experience with an agency that has obtained the National Institute of Government Purchasing’s Pareto Accreditation or Outstanding Agency Accreditation Achievement Award (OA4), National Procurement Institute’s Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award, Florida Association of Public Procurement Officials Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award or other equivalent type of award or accreditation ? Experience utilizing Oracle EBS and other automated procurement systems
Additional Information: If you are a visionary leader that is passionate about procurement and interested in joining our highly motivated team, please email your resume with cover letter to:. Additional information can be found at
Contact Information
Edward Haines
(813) 870-8767