Perform assigned work under the direction of Supply Chain Management to assist in developing, evaluating, and implementing Supply Chain strategy, policies, procedures, and management systems in the provision of Supply Chain support to line management.
Participate in ensuring that Supply Chain policies and procedures are understood and enforced by all lines of business.
Participate in the development of Supply Chain policies and procedures including analysis, interaction with stakeholders, recommendation, documentation, and implementation.
Assist in ensuring that the Supply Chain internal control structure is sound including; implementation of audit findings; compliance monitoring including testing, reporting and implementing findings; reporting to various governing bodies on the status of outstanding findings etc.
Perform activities related to budgeting and reporting including financial budgets, trends and forecasts, including variance explanations.
Participate in procurement activities including developing RFx’s, evaluations, negotiations, awarding contracts and set up of Purchase Orders.
Identify opportunities for Supply Chain Services policies and procedures training and develop an action plan to deliver the training.
Assist in identifying and setting up tracking systems related to key Supply Chain Services deliverables. Participate in project type work as initiatives are identified. Depending on the complexity, the individual may be a team member or a leader of the initiative.
Supervise staff on a limited basis including assigning and checking work. Provide advice, guidance and instruction, as required.
Perform other duties as required.
Requires advanced knowledge of financial concepts, principles and related disciplines including purchasing, internal control, information management technology associated with the development of business support and evaluation policies and techniques relative to Supply Chain.
Requires experience within Supply Chain management and control environment to acquire an understanding of Supply Chain practices and procedures, approval processes, financial and information systems and controls, and the structure and relationship of the organization.
Practical knowledge of commercial practices, procurement policies and procedures Understanding of contract law, bidding law, Government directives (procurement) Strong analytical skills
Ability to navigate and negotiate in a demanding, multifaceted environment engaging varying levels of seniority
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Sound business acumen
Ability to work independently and on a team
Knowledge and experience in SAP to navigate Purchase Requisitions, Purchase Orders, Outline Agreements, reporting and invoice resolution
Knowledge of various software packages such as Word, Excel, to create, modify and review reports and proposals
Undergraduate degree or equivalent business experience (4-6 years)
If you share our passion for safety, our customer service focus, and are ready to play a lead role in building a bright future, we would love to hear from you!
Thank you for considering this opportunity and we welcome applications from all qualified candidates. If you are being considered for an interview or other assessment one of our Recruitment Consultants will be in touch. Furthermore, if you are being considered for an interview and require special accommodations please let us know. Finally, short-listed candidates will be asked to pass a reliability check (which could include criminal background check, driver’s license abstract, education verification, etc.) prior being offered a job at Hydro One.
Deadline: February 19, 2019
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