Procurement Officers plan for the purchasing of equipment, consumables and contracted services. They monitor inventory, raise purchase orders, and ensure that goods and services received meet the quality and safety standards of the organisation.
As a procurement officer you’ll be assessing products and services, negotiating prices and contracts with suppliers — as well as preparing budgets and cost analysis reports. You’ll also be expected to maintain purchasing records and supplier information.
There are 11 courses available for people who want to become a Procurement Officer.