SENIOR PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
Located at 3099 Barrington Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Irving Shipbuilding has a proud history as Canada’s shipbuilder.
A proud member of the J.D. Irving, Limited family of companies, we have been building quality vessels and fabricated modules for more than 50 years, and our Halifax Shipyard has been at the forefront of Canadian shipbuilding for 130 years.
Since 2012, we have invested more than $400 million in facilities, people, processes, and technology, making Halifax Shipyard one of the most modern and capable shipyards in the world.
Over the next 30 years our shipbuilders will construct 23 modern patrol ships and surface combatants for the Royal Canadian Navy as part of Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, the largest defence procurement in Canadian history.
This year, we will deliver the lead Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship, the largest Navy ship built in Canada in 50 years. And we’re just getting started.
We’re growing our team with career-defining opportunities that will revitalize Canada’s shipbuilding industry and provide Canada’s sailors with the ships they need to protect Canada’s interests at home and abroad.
Our workforce of over 2,000 will grow to more than 2,800 at peak construction of the Canadian Surface Combatants.
We have built more than 80% of Canada’s current combatant fleet and continue to perform maintenance and modernization work on the ships, including the Halifax-class frigates.
Senior Procurement Specialist
Effective Supply Chain capability takes skill, talent, resolve, and the ability to think on your feet and develop solutions to unexpected challenges.
When you’re a company as vast and differentiated as Irving Shipbuilding, solving fresh challenges becomes the name of the game - and we’re seeking a Senior Procurement Specialist .
Reporting to the Supply Chain Manager the Senior Procurement Specialist will apply industrial expertise, energy and strategic capabilities to deliver Best In Class performance fit for the 21st century.
Key Responsibilities :
Develop and improve supplier quality, cost, and delivery performance
Issue POs for material
Negotiate contracts and long term agreements
Execution of negotiated contract through ISI’s ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) & MRP (Material Resource Planning) systems.
Develop and implement category sourcing strategies
Analyze market conditions (ex : pricing, availability, lead-time and capacity)
Support new product introduction activitiesApply the principles of continuous improvement to the design and development of supply chain processes
Undertake cost analysis for direct material and services
Successful Candidate will possess the following qualifications :
All successful applicants must meet requirements for Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP), Canadian Government Security clearance, and U.
S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
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