Exciting opportunities to work on Canada’s major critical infrastructure projects
Your Opportunity with Michels Canada Reporting to the Commercial Manager, the Supply Chain Manager is responsible for providing oversight of all aspects of project procurement processes from pre-bid to project close out. The Supply Chain Manager will support a team of subcontracts administrators, purchasers and warehouse personnel on major projects in the Lower Mainland of BC. Your Key Responsibilities
Maintain and promote a strong safety culture for all employees, vendors, and customers and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions.
Oversee and plan all aspects of procurement from pre-bid to closeout
Facilitates the supplier/service provider pre-qualification process
Represents the company in negotiating contracts with suppliers, subcontractors and professional service providers.
Negotiate commercial terms and conditions with equipment vendors, material vendors, professional service providers and subcontractors; consult with corporate attorneys and senior management to minimize project and corporate risk while maintaining commercial competitiveness.
Monitor and oversee execution of the procurement buy-out.
Direct and coordinate activities of personnel engaged in buying and/or estimating materials, equipment, subcontract and professional services.
Oversee the training of all project subcontracts administrators
Serves as a liaison between Procurement and Construction/Engineering.
Facilitates the evaluation and qualification of vendor materials and equipment, subcontractors, and professional service providers.
Assist in the development and implementation of procurement and contract management instructions, policies, and procedures.
Maintain records of all contractual documentation.
Resolve vendor or contractor grievances and claims.
Review supplier or subcontractor claims and contracts for conformance to company policy.
Communicate and enforce procurement policies & procedures to project team.
Provide training to ensure policies and procedures are followed.
Responsible for projections, financial planning, expediting, delivery schedules and project procurement reporting.
Oversee the development and review of all procurement analytics, reporting and deliverables.
Project vendor list development
Bid / Proposal package preparation, issue and expediting.
Bid / Proposal evaluation support.
Issuing PO’s / Contracts (with approval)
Oversee the resources and functions in the warehouse(s)
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Bachelor’s degree in construction management, business, engineering, supply chain management, or equivalent degree and/or a minimum of 10 years’ experience in engineering and/or construction or equivalent work/field.
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Power Point, Word, Excel) with general knowledge of database utilization.
Knowledge of equipment and materials common in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects.
Detail-oriented, flexible, and highly motivated with a strong work ethic and professional demeanor.
Effective time management and organizational skills.
Ability to perform multiple tasks efficiently and accurately.
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
Team player with the ability to also work independently to meet fixed deadlines, goals, and objectives.