Procurement Specialist- Temporary contract 1 year
Renewable energy sector, customer in Montréal OR Sherbrooke
Our client in the Renewable energy sector in Montréal OR Sherbrooke is looking for a Procurement Specialist for a temporary contract of 1 year.
The Procurement Specialist is involved in the project from the initiation phase until reception of the package at site.
The Procurement Specialist is the custodian of all pre-award activities related to the purchase of project materials/equipment (including engineered, standard [commercial off-the-shelf] and bulk items). The Procurement Specialist is responsible to carry out the Post-award activities, related to administration and closeout of the Purchase Order.
- Manage the bidders' selection, bidding process, evaluation, and recommendations
- Prepare Commercial Bid documents (including Contractual terms and conditions, delivery requirements, quality/inspection requirements and other documents related to the scope of supply, etc.), and issues Bid Documents to Bidders from an approved Bidder's List
- Evaluate bids in order to ensure correct scope, understanding of schedule and cost
- Coordinate technical evaluations of bids with the Procurement, Quality, Logistic and Engineering teams
- Prepare negotiation strategy and negotiate with bidders
- Determine the bidder selection with internal teams
- Clarify/negotiate the commercial terms and conditions, proper Incoterms, payment terms/milestones relating to Purchase Orders
- Prepare and issue the Purchase Order for execution
- Manage the award process up to reception a site, thereby maximizing efficiencies and minimizing risk related to financial and schedule performance
- Coordinate the Procurement activities for all assigned packages
- Manage business relations between Enerkem and its suppliers
- Participate in the new processes in order to improve quality and efficiency
- Take part in the development of the supply chain strategy.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS :
- Bachelor's degree in business administration or engineering or other related diploma, or experienced deemed to be equivalent
- At least 7 to 10 years' experience in project supply management, preferably in the industrial or the heavy industry sector (chemical industry, gas and oil, pulp and paper, or hydroelectric power)
- Experience negotiating, writing and managing purchase orders
- Experience coordinating multidisciplinary teams
- Excellent aptitude for communication (capacity for communicating with people at all levels of the organization)
- Excellent capacity for project management and coordination
- Excellent analytical skills
- Capacity for working with a minimum of supervision
- Fluency in French and English (both spoken and written)
- Familiarity with software (Microsoft Office Suite)
- Knowledge of ASME standards, an asset
- Lean Six Sigma an asset
- APICS certification an asset.