Procurement Director Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Procurement Director in United States

The average salary of a(n) Procurement Director in United States is $130,617.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Procurement Director in United States is $62.80.

The average bonus of a(n) Procurement Director in United States is $12,735.00.

Job Description:

Directs, plans, and develops the activities of the acquisition of goods and services, and oversees those who buy, inspect, and grade or appraise agricultural commodities, durable goods, apparel, furniture, livestock, or other merchandise or service offered for sale to determine value and yield. Develops and implements purchasing policies, procedures, and guidelines and establishes buying limits. Selects and orders merchandise from showings by manufacturing representatives, growers, or other sellers, or purchases on open market for cash, basing selection on nature of clientele, or demand for specific commodity, merchandise, or other property, utilizing knowledge of various articles of commerce and experience as buyer. Searches for new reliable and alternative vendors or suppliers to provide goods at reasonable prices and who can satisfy the requester's requirements. Participates in Request for Quotations bidding and selection process. Consults vendor references and investigates any requirements for follow-up services. Reviews vendor proposals, negotiates prices and contracts, availability, and delivery schedules, chooses vendors, determines method of procurement, makes purchase order awards, and settles complaints. Evaluates performance of vendors and recommends contract renewals or new Requests for Quotations. Assists in development of company and department policies and procedures. Provides department budget recommendations and establishes controls to assure optimum deployment of resources within approved budget. Less

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