Contracts Officer


Job Summary


Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the following vacant positions which have arisen within the Insurance and Pensions Commission.

Procurement Management Unit
Contracts Officer


Duties And Responsibilities


• Ensuring compliance of all contracts with the Act.
• Liaising and communicating with contractors.
• Coordinating preparation and implementation of procurement contracts.
• Conducting pre-contract and post-contract negotiation meetings
• Developing and amending procurement contracts documents
• Issuing notification of contract award to bidders.
• Assessing and evaluating contract performance
• Certify completion of works or services and recommend payment of contracts based on performance.
• Attending and addressing contractors’ challenges
• Providing professional advice and opinion on award of contracts.
• Recommending debarment or blacklisting of contractors with PRAZ following breach of contract.
• Custodian of the Commission’s procurement contracts documents
• Any other duty as may be assigned by the Procurement Manager

Qualifications And Experience


The ideal candidate should have the following qualifications and experience:
• 3 yews’ post qualification experience in public contracts supervision
• Degree in Procurement and Supply Chain Management
• Certificate of Proficiency In Public Contracts Management
• Membership of a reputable Procurement Body or Institute a must
• Computer literacy in latest Procurement ERPs such as SAP
• Clean Class 4 driver’s licence.


How To Apply


Interested persons should submit their written applications together with a detailed CV and certified copies of academic and professional qualifications by not later than close of business on Monday, 14th February 2022 to..
The Human Resources Executive
Insurance and Pensions Commission
160 Rhodesville Avenue, Greendale, Harare Email:
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted


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