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Supply Chain Management (SCM) Specialist
Fort Saskatchewan, AB

Are you someone with a Supply Chain Management professional and are looking to become a valuable member of a busy team? Would you like to work for an employer that provides you with the opportunity to work and play hard? If so, our client is looking for you.

Our client is looking to fill two (2) Supply Chain Management (SCM) roles at their Fort Saskatchewan based facility and they may be waiting on you to apply.

Supply Chain Management (SCM) duties and responsibilities include, but not limited to:

• Support the administration of complex construction purchase orders and contracts on site.
• Daily interface required with vendors/contractors.
• General contract administration including maintaining confidential records and creating, maintaining and filing of reports, correspondence, statistics and related material for ease of retrieval.
• Advise team of contractual rights and obligations and the means to mitigate contractor risks.
• Capture, preparation and distribution of meeting minutes.
• Chairing/attending and minuting weekly project meetings providing updates and reports to project management in the absence of a contract lead, when required.
• Understanding the terms and conditions of executed contracts in order to verify/process change orders.
• Liaising with the CM and other staff to obtain information/input to support the contract administration and change order process.
• Raising Purchase Orders and Change Orders in SAP, obtaining signatures, distribution and filing for all site contracts to support the contract leads.
• Support in the preparation of request for proposal (RFP) documents associated with the execution of a power project.
• Managing the RFP process and correspondence with contractors and service providers.
• Obtaining information for contracts report preparation and ensuring the reporting activities demonstrate compliance with corporate contracting policies, goals, and objectives.
• Support reviewing of site LEMs and service invoices in support of invoice attestation.

Contracts Administrator Qualifications

• Eight (8) to ten (10) years of industry experience related to contracts administration, preferably in a project site-based environment
• Post-Secondary Degree
• SCMP/CPSM designation(s) is considered definite assets
• Proficient with SAP and MS Office
• General knowledge of business law and legal ramifications with respect to contracts and procurement requirements
• Excellent organizational skills and high attention to detail
• Ability and desire to learn new concepts as well as adapting to new and challenging situations
• Ability to handle a high volume of work with changing priorities

If you are interested in this position, please click the “Apply Now” button or email a copy of your resume to Resource Manager, Jason Fowlow at When emailing your resume, please note the Job Order Number and the Position Title in the subject line.
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