Procurement Contract Specialist – 6 Month Contract – Dubreuilville, Island Gold Mine

Reporting to the Senior Supply Chain Management (SCM) Supervisor, the Procurement Contract Specialist is responsible for all the legal aspects of strategic sourcing, negotiations, contract management, and administration.Coordinating the timely delivery of procurement contracts that meet end-user requirements in collaboration with the corporate legal team and the mine site management. Negotiate, draft and award contracts, agreements and amendments, as well as manage, terminate and close out contracts as and when required.Co-leading negotiations of new contracts and renewals in collaboration with the SCM Supervisors. Administer, coordinate and process purchasing instruments (i.e. contracts, purchase orders, etc.) for goods and services. Ensure consistency and compliance with terms and conditions, governing legislation, procurement and contracting policies, guidelines, procedures and signing authorities.Strategic sourcing of both good and services by proactively facilitating the entire RFP process, including the development of vendor lists, selection criteria, service and material requirements, bid file documentation, bid evaluation, negotiation with suppliers, adjudication of the tender processes and contract management. Develop and maintain contract documentation and support contract management throughout the timeline of the service.Assist in the development of policies and procedures related to the Procurement function.Support the continuous improvement and execution of Alamos’ sourcing strategy, policies and guidelines for service agreements and contracts.Maintain the confidentiality of all Corporation information.Perform other duties as assigned and required.The successful candidate can think critically and creatively. Attention to detail and impeccable communication, both internally and externally, is vital to the success of the Procurement Contract Specialist.College degree in a related field plus related certification. Professional designation or certification in related area (asset). Minimum of 3+ years relevant work experience in procurement and managing big tender processes in the mining sector. Works independently with minimum supervision and ability to organize and prioritize own work to meet commitments.The individual should have demonstrated a high level of energy, self-motivation and strong organizational skills. Excellent inter-personal skills together with an ability to facilitate commitment to a cooperative team effort. Effective ability to convey messages in an organized, clear and succinct way. Strong technical knowledge of contract law and purchase to pay processGood communication skills, both orally and written with both internal and external contacts and the ability to work with all levels of the organization. Experience with SAP S4 Hana (asset). Technical knowledge and experience in civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering and/or construction (asset). Bilingual – French and English (asset). The successful candidate will have the choice to either on a 4/3 or 5/2 schedule from the administration office in Rouyn, Québec or in a camp environment at the mine site office in Dubreuilville, Ontario.