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The National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA) whose main objective to ensure security of fuel supply in Malawi is a wholly owned Malawi Government Company established under the Company’s Act of 1984 on the 10th December 2010 and commenced its operation in 2012. NOCMA is responsible for managing the Country’s 60 million litres Strategic Fuel Reserves situated in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu; and smaller depots in Chilumba, Chipoka and Mchinji.

Over the past eight (8) years, the Company has grown tremendously in its national strategic importance with its fuel importation market share growing from ten percent (10%) in 2015 to an average of sixty-Five percent (65%) in 2019/20 and this has been matched with growth in Institutional capacity and investments to enable efficiency and effectiveness in executing its mandate.

In its drive to ensure improved and sustained efficiency and effectiveness in delivery of its mandate, NOCMA is seeking to recruit qualified and experienced candidates to fill various highly rewarding positions that have arisen within the Company.

An attractive remuneration package commensurate with experience and qualification is on offer to the right candidates with prospects to build a meaningful career within the Oil Industry.


NOCMA is therefore excited to invite interested applications to apply for the following position:




Position: Procurement and Disposal Manager   




tenable at head office


Specific Responsibilities

  • Managing NOCMA’s procurement and disposal portfolio;
  • Developing of the NOCMA’s procurement and supply policies, strategies, manual, annual procurement plans/work plans and budget;
  • Planning, organizing, directing and coordinating implementation of procurement services;
  • Mobilizing of resources for operations in respect of procurement programs;
  • Procuring goods/works and services in liaison with user departments and in accordance with the NOCMA’s and Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Act and Regulations;
  • Preparing Tender Documents, Request for Proposals (RFP), Pre-qualification and contract documents and administer procurement contracts;
  • Coordinating the preparation of Procurement Notices for advertisement with the media;
  • Organizing and coordinating opening of Tenders and Proposals;
  • Carrying out duties as Secretary for all Evaluation and IPC Meetings and providing technical advice;
  • Preparing bid evaluation reports for forwarding to IPC for approval and/or records;
  • Coordinating inspection of goods and equipment supplied;
  • Conducting contract administration for goods, works and services;
  • Preparing timely reports and submitting relevant reports to PPDA.
  • Advising the IPDC, Departments, Divisions and Sections on all matters relating to procurement and disposal.
  • Liaising with government and relevant Development partners on issues affecting procurement of funded projects.
  • Carrying out research on market trends on key product prices, availability and suppliers.
  • Conducting performance rating and supplier appraisal for all suppliers of goods and services.
  • Processing of suppliers invoices and all documentations for payment processing.
  • Supervising and appraising junior staff in the Section
  • Ensure maintenance of relevant procurement and disposal records as required by law and internal policies;
  • Building the capacity of the Procurement Division at all levels;
  • And any other duties appropriately assigned by immediate Supervisor.



Minimum Qualifications and Work Experience

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement and Supply Chain Management and/or Graduate Diploma in Procurement and Supply (CIPS);
  • At least five (5) years senior level experience in procurement and supply chain management in a busy organization.


Additional Skills and Abilities


  • Leadership skills
  • Knowledge of and ability to understand and interpret Public procurement related laws and regulations
  • Honesty and integrity and of good reputation
  • Ability to pay attention to detail.
  • Excellent numerical and analytical skills.


Application procedure


Eligible candidates meeting the required qualifications and experience should send applications with cover letter, copies of certificates, detailed curriculum vitae (CV), names, addresses and telephone numbers of three traceable referees to the following address by the 25th March 2021;

The Deputy Chief Executive Officer

National Oil Company of Malawi Ltd

4th Floor, Kang’ombe House

Private Bag 370

LILONGWE 3


Attention: Mrs. Molly Chilizani, Human Resources Officer


Email: nocmajobs@nocma.mw


Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as NOCMA is committed to achieving relevant quota provisions in the Malawi Gender Equality Act 2013


Skills Required


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  • Location
    Lilongwe
  • Company
  • Type
    Full Time
  • Positions
    1
  • Apply Before
    26 Mar, 2021

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