Our client, a large oil and gas company, is currently seeking a Site Project SCM Specialist for a 6-month contract in Redwater, AB. Location & Duration
Key Activities and Responsibilities:
- Redwater, AB
- Start Date of assignment - ASAP
- Schedule 5 days on/2 days off (10 hrs/day M-th, 8hrs/day F) - 48 hours/week
- 6 months renewable (Consultant)
Education, Skills and Experience:
- Contract management/administration of ROF purchase orders and contracts on site.
- 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.
- Understanding the terms and conditions of executed contracts in order to verify/process change orders.
- Meeting with contractors to better understand/challenge change proposals when they do not align with agreed to terms and conditions.
- Liaising with the SCM Team Lead, ROF Project Manager and Construction Manager 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, as required. 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.
- Reviewing of site LEMs and service invoices in support of invoice attestation.
- 5-10 years of industry experience related to contracts administration, preferably in a project site-based environment;
- 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;
- The following will be considered assets:
- Post-Secondary Degree;
- SCMP/CPSM designation(s).
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