DescriptionThe incumbent is responsible for the procurement of a variety of simple & complex goods and services, including construction services for the Corporation in all aspects of the Contracting process; develops competitive requests for proposal (Solicitation) documents, implements and coordinates the Solicitation process including all meetings during solicitation process, is involved in contract negotiations, awards contracts, writes contracts, reviews existing contracts as specified in the agreement in order to ensure that the legal terms and conditions are executed, determines when Contractual insurance risk transfer is required to protect the Corporation; provides advice and guidance to managers on all aspects of procurement, performs other related duties and directly supervises one junior procurement officer.
RequirementsEDUCATION: - college diploma in business administration, purchasing management or in a related field, and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience; - attained (or working towards) a Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) or - attained (or working towards) Certified Professional Purchaser (CPPB or CPPO). EXPERIENCE: - five (5) to ten (10) years of Procurement experience, including tendering and contract management. RATED REQUIREMENTS Knowledge : - of procurement and contract administration; - of purchasing techniques and procedures; - of procurement policies, regulations, including contract laws and procedures and the interpretation placed on them; - of the various activities of the Corporation objectives, National Museum Act, Financial Administration Act and legislation procedures and regulations as related to general administration, personnel and finance; - of goods, services (consulting and non-consulting) lease and construction contracting are required and the ability to implement such contracts in all efficient and effective manner; - of the supply sources, of market trends, of availability of the goods/services included but not limited to Museum environment; - of tendering practices and procedures, negotiating, pricing and total cost analysis techniques; - of the construction industry and related procurement practices; - of contracting with commercial and industrial suppliers, evaluation of supplier capabilities. Abilities: - to make decisions, assess requests, bids, trade-in values, sources of supply and methods and procedures to be followed; - to analyze contract cost elements, evaluate performance, identify and alleviate problems, initiate action, whether by modifying established methods or by developing the new courses of action; - to establish and maintain contacts with Corporate associates including senior management, industry and other government agency personnel; - to determine clients focus & sense of urgency, to solve procurement problems, formulate programs, to seek information, to clarify responses. Personal suitability: - concerns for order and quality - directness - negotiating skills - flexibility - tact and discretion - adaptability - autonomous - integrity
Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of this selection process will be contacted. As a result of this competition, we may establish an eligibility list of potential candidates that may serve to staff similar positions. All candidates must submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae outlining how their experience and training meet the basic requirements listed above. Indicate the reference number 2019/2020-INGENIUM-022 in your email's subject line, no later than the closing date to: firstname.lastname@example.org Resumes received for this position will not be accepted after the indicated closing time (midnight) and date.
Name: Christine Laframboise
Closing Date: May 22, 2021