We are seeking an experienced Supply Chain Director to oversee a team of professionals engaged in the tendering, evaluation and negotiation of a variety of contracts for a large client of ours in the Energy sector. This opportunity would be an excellent fit for Individuals with prior experience in public sector companies and high dollar value infrastructure projects. Advantages-Excellent compensation and benefits (including pension and bonus program)-Hybrid work environment (work from home up to 3 days per week) Responsibilities-Leads a high impact, major portion of the Line of Business; provides authoritative technical leadership across the organization and externally; provides overall people management to Business Group, ensuring people management of staff by subordinates and providing input/recommendations to corporate-wide people practices. Engages in self-development through personal leadership.-This role is also responsible for leading Indigenous Procurement practices corporate wide, including advisory services in the development and execution of strategies, guidelines, and related processes.- Oversees the execution of a broad portfolio of high complexity/ risk/ impact projects with corporate-wide implications.-Negotiates strategic agreements of service terms at the Business Group level ensuring client/stakeholder needs are serviced; responds to critical, high level queries, creating long-term opportunities and ensures overall client satisfaction by overseeing service delivery for Business Group.-Sets Business Group standards within areas of expertise and may assess/ recommend corporate standards; role models standards and oversees the development of standards by subordinates.-Recommends long-term Business Group financial, operational, and strategic plans as well as aspects of corporate strategic plans, ensuring overall Business Group adherence to plans; recommends Business Group budget for approval.-Ensures that managed resources (financial, technical, people) and set schedules/ timelines support business outcomes and achieve business results for Business Group.-Engages in consultative, strategic, high impact, high risk internal/ external (provincial or national) relationships, including legal, regulatory, government and industry associations, representing our client as an expert; proactively and collaboratively manages relationships to address issues and changing requirements. Ensures employees in Business Group develop necessary peer relationships.-Provides independent judgment outside of guidelines on highly complex, corporate-wide problems; changes guidelines within Business Group.-Champions creativity/ innovation across Line of Business and organization; exercises creativity/ innovation regularly to solve highly complex, corporate-wide problems.-Approves expenditures within Business Group budget and authoritatively recommends expenditures/ makes commitments beyond budget; makes high impact/ risk Business Group operational decisions with corporate-wide impact and is accountable for strategic decisions within Business Group. Makes broader decisions based on professional expertise.-Builds an inclusive, productive, and engaged team by creating an environment that fosters teamwork and collaboration between employees, contractors, and engineering service providers to support safe, high quality, on-time delivery of the work.-Creates a safety culture where safety is first. Provides a safe workplace for employees, contractors, and the public, by maintaining safe work practices and systems, and employee competence at the Business Group level. Ensures compliance to the Contractor Safety Program within Supply Chain processes and that annual safety plans are prepared with employee involvement, implemented, monitored, and reviewed for the Business Group.Qualifications-university degree, diploma or a professional designation in Business, or a related field including management courses in business, finance, organizational design, change management, and previous experience in a senior leadership position working within a unionized environment-MBA and/ or CPA would be considered an asset-A proven track record of successfully building, leading and managing large, diverse teams and complex business requirements involving multiple stakeholders-A minimum of ten (10) years of related work experience in a unionized electric utility, manufacturing or industrial environment-A minimum of ten (10) years' experience as a people leader in progressively more responsible roles-Exceptional communication, facilitation, negotiation, presentation and interpersonal skills-Strong business acumen and knowledge in all aspects of managing a business unit including finance, planning, safety, human resources, change management, risk management and performance management-Ability to establish a high level of rapport and communicate effectively with people in a variety of roles, e.g. Board members, executives, technical staff, trades people- Strong relationship management and influential ability to build an effective network of business contacts internal and external to drive business results-Ability to promote employee development at an individual and organizational level by establishing clear expectations, providing feedback and having difficult conversations- Ability to lead and operate within an environment where change happens frequentlySummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | firstname.lastname@example.org Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. 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