A Procurement Director earns an average salary of $109,229 per year. A skill in Supplier Management is associated with high pay for this job. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
Procurement Director Total Pay (?
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$69,698 - $148,758
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$69,698 - $148,758  
   
Bonus
$2,466 - $30,407  
Profit Sharing
$1,991 - $29,696  
Commission
$10,000 - $25,000  
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$71,350 - $171,528  
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Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 21 Apr 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 435
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Job Description for Procurement Director
Procurement directors generally are upper-level managers that are part of the logistics of planning departments. They are typically responsible for overseeing the purchasing, logistics, and operations staff, ensuring that all departmental employees are providing excellent quality of work and meeting all company standards. Procurement directors provides leadership to supply chain and operations employees, as well as ensure all purchasing requests are completed in an efficient manner. The procurement director is also responsible for establishing approval guidelines for all purchase orders and ensuring all purchases are approved by the proper individuals. Additionally, procurement directors are responsible for cost-reduction initiatives, inventory management, and material budgets. The procurement director also provides analysis on all corporate suppliers. These directors work in a wide variety of industries, but these positions are most often found in manufacturing and engineering companies that do a high level of intricate purchasing.
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Procurement Director Tasks
  • Review, analyze and monitor quotes and bids, negotiate contracts and service agreements.
  • Oversee purchasing sources for services, equipment and supplies.
  • Plan and direct policies and procedures for the purchasing of an organization's goods and services.
  • Maintain updated knowledge of market status and current rates for goods and services.
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Pay by Experience Level for Procurement Director
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Pay Difference By Location
New York
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Philadelphia
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Los Angeles
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Atlanta
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San Diego
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National Average
$119,000
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Denver
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Experience Affects Procurement Director Salaries

National Average
$119,000
Mid-Career
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Entry-Level
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Skills That Affect Procurement Director Salaries

Supplier Management
up arrow 30%
Negotiation
up arrow 5%
National Average
$119,000
Microsoft Office
up arrow 3%
Windows Operating System General Use
up arrow 5%
Microsoft Word
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People Management
up arrow 7%
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Gender
Female
29%
female alumni
 
Male
71%
male alumni
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
1%
1-4 years
7%
5-9 years
10%
10-19 years
49%
20 years or more
33%
Common Health Benefits
medical benefits Medical: 90% dental benefits Dental: 84%
vision benefits Vision: 69% employee benefits None: 7%
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