Senior Procurement Analyst

  • Company: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois 60607 US
  • Salary: $72,469 to $92,398
  • Date Posted: February 24, 2023


Performs difficult technical and professional work involving the purchasing and contracting of services, supplies, materials, and equipment, preparation and/or maintenance of legal, fiscal and other records, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work involves setting policies and goals under the general direction of the Director of Finance.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Develops policies and procedures for agency procurements, contracting, and auditing; reviews and approves procurements for compliance with CMAP Procurement Policy, Federal, and State Procurement regulations. Reviews all draft scope of services, timelines, budgets and deliverables to ensure compliance with terms and conditions of the funding source of all Requests for Information (RFI), Request for Proposals (RFP), and Request for Quotations (RFQ). Organize and maintain all agency contracts – analyzing spend Coordinate and attend pre-bid meetings, reviews vendor responses to RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs; coordinate vendor interviews; reviews and approves vendor scoresheets and selection; reviews and approves justification memo for selected vendor. Verifies vendor compliance with Federal and State contracting eligibility; develops and conducts annual staff procurement training. Updates contract templates to reflect current Federal and State requirements. Negotiates contracts with outside agencies, universities, and private firms; drafts contracts, intergovernmental agreements, and memorandums of understanding for final execution, including associated amendments and purchase authorization orders. Monitors active contracts and intergovernmental agreements (IGA); reviews and approves Purchase Authorization Orders (PAO) scope, budgets, and rates to ensure they meet contract terms. Obtains Request for Concurrence from third-party grantors; issues concurrence requests to external agencies as requested. Develops and modifies consultant evaluation procedures for project managers to complete during and at the conclusion of contracts; reviews consultant evaluation forms and manages contract closure processes. Performs various research, document review, preparation, and reports related to procurement processes. Other duties as necessary


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED (an equivalent amount of training, education and experience will be considered) Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, finance, procurement or related field with four plus years of extended experience completing procurements in a Governmental setting. Certificate such as CPPO, CPPB preferred, but not required Proficiency in MS Office products

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