Provide advice and assistance to management and staff on purchasing matters which will enable departments to follow best practice; realise benefits and achieve value for money when procuring goods and servcies.
Provide guidance and information on contractual matters; terms and conditions, grant conditions of awarding bodies and EU/any relevant legislation.
Assist departments in reducing the total cost of the procurement process.
Supply and deliver Procurement training to staff, enabling them to have the skills appropriate for the financial level and strategic impact of their purchases.
Support users of the iProcurement module of the University’s Financial System.
Research key supply markets, assess the competitiveness of the various consortium agreements available to the University, and set up University-wide agreements as appropriate.
Disseminate to Departments information on agreements for use by the University, the suppliers, products and other news relating to purchasing.
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