Procurement-Contracts Supervisor

Barrick Gold Corporation - Hemlo, ON (30+ days ago)

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Supervise and manage all activities related to the procurement of all services for the mine site
Implement all approved procurement policies and procedures as it pertains to contracts.
Manage contract negotiations and all Requests for Proposals
Continually review contract management policies and procedures to ensure they are meeting the demands of the business and satisfying the needs of our First Nation Partners
Work in partnership with the Supply Chain Superintendent to ensure the requirements of the site are being met with regards to services
Work collaboratively with all departments and maintain positive relationships with external contractors.
Assist with the establishment and monitoring of KPI’s to drive contractor performance improvement;
Conduct research and spend analysis which support contracting strategies;
Implement and maintain contract administration tracking system.
Implement a Contract Management Scorecard (Services)
Coordinate with Contractors for the efficient execution of contracted work.
Understand all commitments under William’s Operating First Nation Agreements and ensure that all business commitments are met.

Budget and Resource Management

Working with the Chief Financial Officer and the Superintendent of Supply Chain, to submit annual budgets for review and work within the limits of the approved budget.
Work with the various departments and develop strategies and recommendations to manage the contractors on site.


Communicate and demonstrate Barrick’s mission and values.
Motivate and mentor employees.
Establish a climate of trust, participation and fair application of corrective action.
Work collaboratively with other departments to ensure effective decision making and alignment across the operation.

Health, Safety and Environment

Champion activities that contribute to the overall achievement of ‘World Class’ safety performance where safety is owned and embraced by everyone.
Promote a positive health, safety and environment culture and the Internal Responsibility System.
Ensure employees within your area are equipped with the proper training, tools and direction to safely complete their work and all legislative requirements are met.
Understand, promote and live by the Fatality Prevention Commitments.

  • The primary responsibilities of the position, as specified below, are not all-inclusive. Periodic changes to both responsibilities and scope are also a fundamental attribute of a supervisory position and are to be expected.
Relevant post-secondary education
A professional designation in Supply Chain would be considered an asset as well as a background in Commerce (Finance/Accounting)
Eight to Ten (8-10) years of experience working in Supply Chain with two years of experience in a supervisory capacity
Understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations as they relate to this role.
Solid decision making and judgment skills with a keen sense of ethics
Sense of urgency with the ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple priorities
Able to communicate effectively and influence others both one on one and through presentations

What we can Offer You

A comprehensive compensation package including bonuses benefits, and stock purchase plans where applicable
Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
An Opportunity to transform Traditional Mining into the future of Digital Mining
Opportunities to grow and learn with the industry colleagues are endless
Access to a variety of career opportunities across Barrick locations
Barrick is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Thank you for your application, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.