Seminole County Board of County Commissioners is currently accepting applications for Purchasing and Contracts Division Manager.

 

Salary:   $58,635.20 - $90,000.00 Annually

 

Seminole County, Florida's Natural Choice, is located in Central Florida and maintains one of the regions highest standards of living.  The impeccable reputation of Seminole County public schools, which year after year ranks among the top academically high-performing districts in the State, along with businesses such as Deloitte,  AAA, Verizon, Mitsubishi, Sanford International Airport and JP Morgan Chase have led to explosive growth in Seminole County.

 

The Purchasing and Contracts Division Manager is responsible for managing the centralized Purchasing and Contracts Division and serves as the principal Public Procurement Official for Seminole County. Exercises procurement authority delegated by the Board of County Commissioners. Maintains overall responsibility for the procurement of all goods, services and construction for County Departments. Maintains responsibility for the development of procurement objectives, policies, programs, and procedures for the purchasing of and contracting of all goods, services and construction. 

 

Performs as Chief County negotiator for procurement related matters and contracts negotiator for CCNA procurement. Must possess ethical responsibility and be compliant to Financial Disclosure requirements and Code of Ethics. Directly supervises the Procurement Technician and Procurement Administrators, and manages the Procurement Division. Complete job description included in link to the job application.

 

Interested candidates must apply via:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seminolecountyfl/jobs/2463888/purchasing-and-contracts-division-manager?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

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Join FAC as the counties bring Florida’s federal priorities to Capitol Hill. Fly-in attendees will receive comprehensive briefings from NACo and FAC staff.   This is a great chance to speak with your congressional delegation on your counties’specific needs as well as FAC’s federal priorities.   Be a part of this outreach activity to enhance FAC’s ability to establish and maintain federal and national contacts and resources.
As a Federal Fly-In attendee, you are invited to join FAC for a special event on the evening of Tuesday, October 15, where we will tour some of the city’s most popular historic monuments. Attendees will be seeing monuments and attractions that they did not see during last year's event including the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, Iwo Jima Marine Corps Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial and if time allows the World War II Memorial.

   

The FAC Federal Fly-In will kick off with a federal briefing and orientation at NACo headquarters with a welcome hospitality event after. Briefings are CCC credit eligible. 

   

As a Federal Fly-In Attendee, you are invited to join FAC for a special event on the evening of Tuesday, October  15, where we will tour the city’s most popular historic monuments. Attendees will be seeing monuments and attractions that they did not get the opportunity to see during last year's event. 
* Additional registration fee required. 

   

Wednesday, October 16 will be spent on Capitol Hill. The day will start with a briefing and conclude with a conference wrap-up and hospitality at NACo headquarters. Briefings are CCC credit eligible. 

   

Also, on Wednesday, October 16, attendees are heavily encouraged to schedule time to speak with your congressional delegation on your counties’ specific needs as well as FAC’s federal priorities. 
On Thursday, October 17, the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs is hosting the final of 10 regional State Leadership Day events with local elected officials from Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. The meetings are designed primarily for county commissioners/supervisors (or similar position) and will include briefings and discussion with Senior Administrative Officials on shared federal-state-local priorities pertinent to your respective states. They are also a great opportunity for you to meet members of our Intergovernmental Affairs team both at the White House and across the federal agencies.
 
Please note that this event is not hosted by FAC. To attend the Georgia, Florida & Alabama Regional State Leadership Day, please register here. As of this week, counties should have received an invitation, however, a copy of the invitation is available here as well as additional information. Space is limited and will be allocated in order of RSVP’s.