Supervisor, Demand Planning

Ontario, Canada
Competitive
Dec 31, 2020
Jan 15, 2021
1032663
Temporary
Full Time
English
Who We Are

Why Vale?

Be a part of the largest mining company in the Americas and one of the largest in the world with operations in more than 30 countries. At Vale, we strive to be the number one global natural resources company in creating long term value, through excellence and passion for people and the planet.

Vale is proud to be part of the mining history in Sudbury which has existed for more than 100 years. With a focus on nickel and copper production the 4,000-person operation is Vale's largest Canadian site. In total, Vale has five mines, a mill, a smelter and a refinery in Sudbury, making it one of the largest integrated mining operations on the globe. We are privileged to operate in the territory of the Robinson Huron Treaty and homeland of the Métis.

Difference Makes All the Difference

At Vale, we are committed to ensuring an inclusive work environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. Vale encourages everyone to express their ideas and opinions and Vale values the plurality of individual profiles. We want our people to feel that all voices are heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are not only welcome – they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or any other personal consideration that makes us different.

Vale is seeking to increase diversity across our operations and improve equal opportunity at Vale and in the mining industry.

The Opportunity

Do you value safety and risk management and make it a priority just as we do? Are you motivated to work collaboratively in a team environment?

We are currently seeking Supervisor, Demand Planning on a 12-month contract to join our Contractor Performance Management Area in Sudbury.

The Supervisor will provide leadership and supervision to a team of contract and control specialists who will oversee and manage activities within the Contract Management lifecycle. These activities may include writing scopes of work, developing contract strategy, demand planning and market analysis, developing commercial strategy, contract administration and vendor performance management (including KPI development and measurement).

As a representative of the North Atlantic Contractor Performance Management Area, the incumbent will be responsible for coaching and mentoring the team as well as providing guidance to key stakeholders within the business. The incumbent will also be expected to collaborate with and provide leadership to other functional areas within the organization including the Operations, Procurement, HSE, Finance, Engineering, Legal, etc. in matters relating to contractor performance management. Acting as an internal subject matter expert, the role also has governance and oversight responsibility.

Although previous experience in mining or an industrial setting is considered an asset, we also appreciate that diversity of thought comes from our differences – and that’s what makes us great!

Education & Experience:

· Education and/or equivalent experience in contracts management including:

o Must possess intermediate to advanced knowledge of entire contract management / administration / procurement cycles. This includes writing scopes of work, issuing field work instructions/orders to suppliers, administering or resolving contract management claims and conducting audits relating to Safety, Schedule, Scope, Quality or Cost.

o Computer Skills: Proficiency with Microsoft Office products including Word, Outlook and Project; advanced knowledge of Excel is required. Working knowledge of SAP is required. Knowledge of other ERP systems and PowerBI is an asset.

Requirements & Accountabilities:

· Works with the Superintendents and team to establish and achieve goals and objectives for the development of a Contractor Performance Management processes and procedures for the North Atlantic Operations.

· Manages a team of Contract Specialists and Control Specialists to provide demand planning, scope development and contract management support to the operations.

· Works with stakeholders to understand and measure the total cost of ownership during strategy and scope development as well as throughout the technical evaluation of RFPs to ensure best value for the organization.

· Works collaboratively with procurement to develop and prioritize the North Atlantic demand plan for continuous contracts.

· Ensures compliance of all contract and procurement-related matters in-line with corporate policies, legal and regulatory requirements, insurance, finance, tax, and Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) requirements.

· Provides standard templates and ensures excellence in the development of scopes of work for RFPs, that meets the needs of the organization while recognizing local market conditions.

· Ensures vendors and operations execute work in a manner that meets the terms of the contract regarding safety, productivity, schedule, quality and deliverables.

· Brings together cross functional areas and manages the interface between Contractor Performance Management Area, Procurement and Operations.

About Applying:
  • Apply by visiting valejobs.ca or by clicking Apply below.
  • We appreciate your interest in being a part of the team though only those applicants who are selected for interviews will be contacted.
  • Vale is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, accommodation is available throughout our recruitment process for applicants with disabilities.
  • Closing date: January 15, 2021