Health Department Business provides all grant accounting, budget development and monitoring, accounts payable, contracts and purchasing services, medical accounts receivable, and other operational support for the Health Department. We are a diverse team who strive to be nimble, pro-active, enthusiastic and innovative problem solvers.
The Contracts and Procurement Supervisor is responsible for leadership, program development and administration of all aspects of the contracting and procurement functions. This position serves as the department primary contact and expert for Contracts and Procurement, exercising extensive knowledge of the process, including administrative procedures, risk management, contract negotiation and business practices. The position provides expertise in procurement and contracting for Medical services and technology.
As the Contracts and Procurement Supervisor you will:
Manage and oversee program work, set priorities, provide direction, and coordinate work alignment with department goals and objectives.
Supervise, plan, direct and evaluate the daily activities and workflow for a diverse team with a high level of technical and professional expertise, who are responsible for implementing, administering, monitoring and reporting the department’s contracts and procurement activities.
Diversity and Inclusion: At Multnomah County, we don't just accept difference; we value it and support it to create a culture of dignity and respect for our employees. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minimum Qualifications/Transferable Skills*:
Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business, Finance or a directly related field
Three (3) to six (6) years of progressively responsible professional contract and procurement-related experience, including two (2) years of experience supervising the work of others.
Internal Number: R-766
About Multnomah County Health Department
Multnomah County is the most populous of Oregon's 36 counties, with nearly 800,000 residents. The County accounts for about 20 percent of Oregon's entire population. The County seat is the city of Portland -- the second most populous city in the Pacific Northwest at 690,000 residents.
As one of Oregon's largest employers, Multnomah County is home to nearly 5,000 full time staff. The overall County budget for fiscal year 2018 is approximately $2 billion, which allows the County to provide critical services to those in the community with the highest need. The County's priorities include:
Supporting a healthy community from birth through adulthood.
Protecting the County's most vulnerable populations.
Promoting equity and eliminating disparities among all residents.
Maintaining safe neighborhoods through prevention, intervention and enforcement.
Advancing the County's long-term environmental and economic well being.
About the Health Department
The Multnomah County Health Department aims to help all Multnomah County residents achieve healthy lives. The Health Department is the largest of all Multnomah County departments by budget and staff, with a $335 million budget and 1...,400-person workforce. Its duties include:
Promoting public health: The Public Health Division prevents disease and promotes and protects the health of all residents. Its roles include preventing communicable disease, supporting environmental health, and helping promote community health through prevention and health improvement initiatives.
Providing high-quality clinical care: Integrated Clinical Services provides care to underserved members of the community through a large network of eight (primary care clinics, seven dental clinics, 10 student health centers, plus a central laboratory and seven pharmacies with a total annual budget of $120 million.
Supporting behavioral health: The Mental Health and Addiction Services Division promotes access to behavioral health services for the local community. Its 24/7 crisis line offers safety net services to 80,000 residents annually. The division also manages the mental health benefit of more than 113,000 Oregon Health Plan members.
Caring for those who are incarcerated: Corrections Health assures access to care for adults and youth who are incarcerated in the County's three detention facilities. Staff provide primary, behavioral health and dental care to more than 38,000 people annually.
More details regarding the County and Health Department are available at: https://multco.us and https://multco.us/health