Program Manager - Procurement and Contracts

Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
Until Filled

SHRA is looking for an exceptional, team-oriented Program Manager that is looking to work with an governmental organization that is dedicated to Changing Lives. SHRA’s mission is to revitalize communities, provide affordable housing opportunities and to serve as the  Housing Authority for the City and County of Sacramento. 

The Program Manager will supervise and direct the work of the Agency's Bidding and Procurement Unit functions; to coordinate with the design and construction teams and other functional units; and to provide excellent customer service. The position has also primary responsibility for managing the Agency's contract database including the tracking and communication of supplier performance and contract compliance. The incumbent will ensure that all of the Agency's contracts and other related agreements comply with federal, state, city, local, Agency and other laws, regulations, rules, directives and procedures. 

Procurement Services
Works closely with Director of Administration in the development and implementation of the department's goals and objectives, policies and procedures, including procedures for maintenance of contract service files and records; presents innovative methods for providing efficient and timely procurement services;
Assists in the preparation and administration of the department's annual budget.
Confers with other Housing Authority staff to determine procurement needs, and areas of standardization; coordinates services with other Agency departments
Assists Director of Administration in recommending and establishing procurement documents, processes and procedures; resolves difficult and/or controversial purchasing problems; and recommends and implements improvements to purchasing procedures and policies.
Assists Director of Administration in developing procurement procedure manuals and process guides and training Housing Authority staff in procurement procedures.

Labor Compliance
Manage the monitoring and enforcement of prevailing wages paid to construction workers on SHRA projects, ensuring that Procurement staff conduct sufficient field interviews of workers, review contractor and subcontractor payrolls in a timely manner and consistent with federal laws and regulations, and that investigations for potential fraud and underpayments are conducted fairly and accurately.
Coordinate prevailing wage information requests between HUD and SHRA 
Coordinate investigations with applicable agencies including, but not limited to, HUD, the U.S. Department of Labor, and California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR)
Ensure that monitoring and enforcement efforts meet audit standards for compliance.
Direct the preparation of, and approve, the Semi-Annual Labor Standards Enforcement report to HUD

Contract Management
Works with agency staff to develop solicitations (Request for Proposals, Requests for Quotations, Invitations to Bid);
Communicates and acts as a liaison between vendors and department users to develop compromises and resolve contractual problems or complaints
Manage the Agency's portfolio of contracts by providing leadership for the contracts administration, compliance and database function
Manage contracts to ensure cost, service and quality requirements are met
Organize, maintain and electronically track all contracts and related documents
Oversee contracts from the assignment of a contract number through the completion of the contract, including the proper execution of the contract

Bachelor's degree in business, finance, or related fields is preferred 
6 years related experience
Minimum 2 years managerial experience 
Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO) highly desirable. 

As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. 

SHRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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