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      Reporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesDeep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite AcquisitionResponsibilitiesReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not requiredSummaryReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Reporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesDeep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite AcquisitionResponsibilitiesReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not requiredSummaryReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Procurement, the Category Manager position is a senior role within the Procurement and Supplier Management department. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge of construction, engineering and maintenance as it relates to the Wireless Access Network and will be an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping manage the strategic direction, total cost of ownership and risk. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable to working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Manager will cultivate a strong rapport with key senior technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Manager will coach and support other team members and work closely with senior leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Access Networks Services including the following:oNew cell site constructionoImplementation of upgrades on existing macro cell sitesoImplementation of small cells and in-building DAS solutionsoCell site engineering and designoTower inspections, maintenance and repairs including emergency workoTechnical installations and commissioningoSite Acquisition•7+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless or comparative industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics. An MBA or M. Eng. is desirable but not required•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and ProjectPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Brampton, Ontario
      • Contract
      Reporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Advantages3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structuresResponsibilitiesReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Qualifications3-5 years of experience purchasing Equipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, SummaryReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Reporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Advantages3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structuresResponsibilitiesReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Qualifications3-5 years of experience purchasing Equipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, SummaryReporting to the Senior Manager of Access Networks Commodities Procurement, the Category Lead position is an essential role within the Procurement and Supply Chain department. The successful candidate will have knowledge of commodities as it relates to the Wireless and/or Cable Access Networks and will become an expert on this spend category. The candidate will be quickly recognized by the clients business partner as a valued contributor in helping implement commercial strategies. This individual must be an excellent communicator with proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization.The successful candidate will be responsible for setting savings targets for the spend category and be accountable for working collaboratively with other groups within Procurement and with our business partners in Network and Finance to realize those savings through market tenders and negotiations. The individual will need to work across different pillars within the organization to corral and drive the overarching procurement point-of-view and to realize the desired outcomes. The Category Lead will cultivate a strong rapport with key technical, business and finance stakeholders / partners based on foundational trust, respect, collaboration, cooperation and help in achieving their business objectives. The Category Lead will work closely with leaders within the vendor marketplace.What you bring:•Deep knowledge of procuring Cable or Wireless Access Network Commodities which may include the following:oCoaxial Passives: Splitters, couplers, taps, cabling & assemblies, connectors, etc.oElectrical Passive: Power cabling & assemblies, power distribution bars, Category cabling, modular plugs, connectors, RJ-x patch panels, etc.oEquipment Housing & Cable Management: Basic equipment enclosures wireline cabinets, vaults, peds, 19/23" racks/server racks, cable tray, indoor fiber trough, etc.oOptical Passives: Pads, equalizers, attenuators, fiber splice enclosure, fiber trays & splitter, fiber patch panels & patch cables, outdoor fiber jumpers, etc.oInfrastructure Cabling: Coax hardline cabling, drop cabling & connectors, FTTx fiber cabling (FlexNap, ABF/Microduct, direct buried), FTTA (DC and Fiber) cabling, etc.oTowers and Steel Structures: Towers, foundation rebar, dampening system, steel mounts (pinwheel, ballast, chair), radio and MISC. mounts, etc.•3+ years of relevant work experience in the wireless and/or cable industry preferably in Network, or managing an Access Network Services category in a procurement setting•Knowledge of category’s market trends and impacts to cost structures•University/post-secondary degree required in engineering, computer science, business, commerce or economics•Strong relationship building and business acumen are required. Needs to be able to quickly establish credibility and influence with business stakeholders•Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to communicate / present complex topics to executive leaders and to “sell” by influencing their thinking and decisions•Ability to deal effectively with ambiguity and resolve multi-party conflicts to get to the “right answer”•Ability to be resilient when faced with opposition with a solutionist mentality•Works collaboratively with members of their team and stakeholders across the business and seeks input as needed•Understands the power dynamic within the spend category and will create his/her own network for success•Must be a motivated self-starter and quick study of complicated technical topics•Experience leading high level negotiations for technical products and services•Proven analytical and problem-solving skills are required, as well as excellent attention to accuracy and detail•Proven ability to be adaptable in a fast paced, consistently changing environment•Must be able to create comprehensive project plans and execute with discipline•Requires proficiency in Microsoft products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word•Demonstrated mastery of Strategic Sourcing practices is preferred but not mandatoryPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Brampton, Ontario
      • Contract
      • Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage companies scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantages• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targetsResponsibilities• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsEducation:3-5 years in a procurement buying role.Experience in telecommunication or electronics purchasing. Summary• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage companies scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantages• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targetsResponsibilities• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsEducation:3-5 years in a procurement buying role.Experience in telecommunication or electronics purchasing. Summary• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Brampton, Ontario
      • Contract
      The responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesProvide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyResponsibilitiesThe responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.SummaryThe responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      The responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesProvide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyResponsibilitiesThe responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.SummaryThe responsibilities include:•On site physical surveys and documentation of HFC platform equipment and connectivity•Database updates and entry•On site surveys and project reviews with stakeholders for project implementation•Material Management•Work order management and execution•Installation of telecommunications equipment•Accountable to oversee headend infrastructure augmentation (BDFB, Cable Infrastructure, etc)•Headend optimization planning and implementation•Provide technical support and troubleshooting for the implementation of access and core network deployments (Transport, IP Core, Spine & Leaf, etc)•Collaborating with headend and wireless operational teams on project execution•Beware and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations, in accordance with legislation and related company policyQualifications•Practical headend or data center experience•Knowledge of all HFC & telecommunications inside plant design and construction practices•Understanding of all analog, digital and network transport technology and systems•5 years of HFC and telecommunications or related network industry experience.•Post-secondary education in Electronics or Telecommunications or equivalent industry experience.•Autocad experience•Proficient with Microsoft Office and the associated software.•Familiar with standard computer hardware and interfaces.•Excellent written and oral communication skills.•Valid driver's license.NOTE: Lots of fieldwork; travel; mix of field in office (75% of time at sites; do surveys of full site at various sites); Need their own carPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Brampton, Ontario
      • Contract
      Responsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesMandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications Min 5 years of experience in NegotiationsMin 5 years of experience in MS Office including Excel Current or previous experience in Telecommunications would be an asset. SummaryResponsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Responsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesMandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications Min 5 years of experience in NegotiationsMin 5 years of experience in MS Office including Excel Current or previous experience in Telecommunications would be an asset. SummaryResponsibilities: :• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy• Drive relationships with key suppliers• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Brampton, Ontario
      • Contract
      Responsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca AdvantagesMandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Current or previous experience in the Telecommunications industry. ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca QualificationsMin 5 years of experience in negotiations.Min 5 years of experience with MS Office including Excel. SummaryResponsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Responsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca AdvantagesMandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Current or previous experience in the Telecommunications industry. ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca QualificationsMin 5 years of experience in negotiations.Min 5 years of experience with MS Office including Excel. SummaryResponsibilities:• Create and maintain comprehensive category strategies based on category historic spend, top suppliers, marketplace intelligence, new entrants, disruptors, issues, gaps, opportunities, innovations, new products, industry trends, competitive intelligence, commercial models, delivery models, best practices, business direction, budget requirements and other factors.• Take full end-to-end ownership of the overarching and integrated spend category strategy to drive category transformation and short / medium / long term saving targets.• Act as the primary interface to key category business stakeholders.• Provide category leadership and direction to business partners and the Sourcing & Supplier Management team.• Influence the business with respect to gaining buy-in and alignment on the category strategy.• Drive relationships with key suppliers.• Identify cost savings objectives for the category and drive the total cost of ownership reductions.• Aggregate demand to leverage Rogers’ scale and scope to drive standardization and cost savings.• Ensure procurement cost saving challenges are built into the capital and operating budgets and Procurement’s projects and efforts are aligned to meet budget expectations.• Ensure procurement projects and savings are tracked against the budget and targets.• Manage the analysis of spend data to assist with the identification of sourcing and cost take-out opportunities.• Assist in additional analytical related activities including but not limited to compliance, catalogue adoption rates, procurement metrics and dashboards, etc. Mandatory Skills: EXCEL (5), Negotiations (5) Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.

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