This role will be an integral part of the Procurement and Vendor Management team, supporting and managing relations with the vendors, fostering operational excellence and building partnerships with internal teams to make a positive impact on the customer’s experience. The candidate will have to demonstrate excellent communication skills in order to maintain a privileged relationship with vendors from the resource endowment’s sector. He/she will assist the Vendor Management Department in developing resources, activities and organizational processes to optimize products and services delivery. Activities include the continuous seeking of ways to improve the business’s processes, practises and systems designed to meet the Company’s goals with an optimal organizational performance.
Identify, attract and select qualified talents for the positions, using the relationships established with the various vendors.
Prepare the job descriptions and manage the postings in the applications management system.
Manage every aspect of the recruitment process, including screening, face-to-face interviews and references.
Update the candidates tracking system, coordinate the pre-employment screening in relation with the compliance process and carry out decision follow-ups with the candidates and managers involved.
Prepare and document the hiring process while collaborating with the internal departments.
Maintain and promote the Company’s policies and procedures regarding the recruitment process in place.
Foster and maintain professional relationships with vendors.
Ability to maintain harmonious interpersonal relationships with all levels of the organization and all vendors;
Strong writing and communication skills;
Analytical mind, good judgment, ability to analyze and make decisions;
Able to prioritize and organize;
Autonomy, initiative and leadership;
Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced and changing environment.
Bachelor’s Degree in Administration with a specialization in Operations Management or in Supply Chain Management, with a minimum of 3 years of hands-on experience in the management of a full cycle of endowment.
Bilingual, English and French (written and spoken)
Working knowledge of candidates’ management and tracking using a system (Workday) and Microsoft’s office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook).
What’s in it for you?
Looking for a rewarding career? You’ve come to the right place. At Fairstone, we offer all our permanent employees:
Competitive salary with bonus potential
Incentive programs to recognize when sales targets are met (applies to branch network employees only)
A minimum of 3 weeks paid vacation (prorated to your start date)
Flexible Health and Dental Benefits
Employer Sponsored Pension Plan
Personal days and sick days
Tuition Assistance Programs
Paid volunteer day and organized volunteering events across the country
Ongoing Learning and Development Training
Referral Incentives up to $5000.00
and Much More……
If you’re seeking a role with a growing business that values employee development, Fairstone is the right place for you!
Come join our team!
Fairstone is an equal opportunity employer. Accordingly, we will make reasonable accommodations to respond to the needs of people with disabilities. Individuals who view themselves as Aboriginals, members of visible minorities, and disabled are encouraged to apply in confidence.
Whether you’re seeking first-time employment or are making a career change, Fairstone has the internal support to help our team members grow and succeed.