Procurement Specialist - (UN-600)

Procurement Specialist - (UN-600)

26 Aug
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TAG HR
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British Columbia

26 Aug

TAG HR

British Columbia

Job Description



Requirements:

MT1 The Contractor must submit a detailed resume for the proposed resource demonstrating how the minimum mandatory requirements are met (educational, professional designations and work experience) for resource category 3.7 Procurement Specialist, Intermediate as described in Attachment 1 to Part 4, TSPS Flexible Grid.

The necessary documentation to support the TA proposal in meeting this criterion must include a detailed résumé for the proposed resource, providing completed details as to where, when, month and year, and how, through which activities/responsibilities, the stated qualifications/experience were obtained.

For education and professional certification/designation,

it may include a copy of a degree/diploma/certificate or other verifiable proof. Any copy of a degree/diploma/certificate or other verifiable proof should be included in the TA proposal submission.



MT2 The Contractor must demonstrate that the proposed resource has a minimum of twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing investigations of inventory management adjustments using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those investigations.

Inventory Management Adjustment activities include verification that the proper justification and authorization is received for the adjustment and the adjustment is properly recorded and reported to the appropriate material management authority.

The necessary documentation to support the TA proposal in meeting this criterion must include a detailed résumé for the proposed resource, providing completed details as to where, when, month and year, and how, through which activities/responsibilities, the stated qualifications/experience were obtained.



MT3 The Contractor must demonstrate that the proposed resource has a minimum of twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing shipping and receiving using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those shipping and receiving activities.

Shipping and Receiving activities include verification that the correct item and quantity are shipped/received, preparation of required documents (waybills, manifests, etc.) and tracking or tracing shipments.

The necessary documentation to support the TA proposal in meeting this criterion must include a detailed résumé for the proposed resource, providing completed details as to where, when, month and year, and how, through which activities/responsibilities, the stated qualifications/experience were obtained.



MT4 The Contractor must demonstrate that the proposed resource has a minimum of twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years in a supply chain management related environment performing stocktaking using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those stocktaking activities.

Stocktaking activities include the periodic physical verification of the quantity, condition and location of inventory items and documenting or recording electronically the relevant information.

The necessary documentation to support the TA proposal in meeting this criterion must include a detailed résumé for the proposed resource, providing completed details as to where, when, month and year, and how, through which activities/responsibilities, the stated qualifications/experience were obtained.



MT5 The Contractor must demonstrate that the proposed resource has a minimum of twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing supply chain related transactions within the Inventory Management module of SAP, and must include a list of most frequently used Inventory Management related transaction codes (T-Codes). The Inventory Management module is a sub-module of the Material Management module. The necessary documentation to support the TA proposal in meeting this criterion must include a detailed résumé for the proposed resource, providing completed details as to where, when, month and year, and how, through which activities/responsibilities, the stated qualifications/experience were obtained.



RT1 In addition to MT2, the Contractor should demonstrate that the proposed resource has more than twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing investigations of inventory management adjustments using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those investigations.

Inventory Management Adjustment activities include verification that the proper justification and authorization is received for the adjustment and the adjustment is properly recorded and reported to the appropriate material management authority.



RT2 In addition to MT3, the Contractor should demonstrate that the proposed resource has more than twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing shipping and receiving using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those shipping and receiving activities.

Shipping and Receiving activities include verification that the correct item and quantity are shipped/received, preparation of required documents (waybills, manifests, etc.) and tracking or tracing shipments.



RT3 In addition to MT4, the Contractor should demonstrate that the proposed resource has more than twenty four (24) months of work experience within the last eight (8) years performing supply chain management related activity performing stocktaking using a computerized materiel management system, and must include the steps used to perform those stocktaking activities.

Stocktaking activities include the periodic physical verification of the quantity, condition and location of inventory items and documenting or recording electronically the relevant information.



RT4 The Contractor should demonstrate that the proposed resource has twelve (12) months or more of work experience within the last five (5) years performing supply chain related transactions within the Inventory Management module of Defence Resource Management Information System (DRMIS). The Inventory Management module is a sub-module of the Material Management module.



Duties:

The Contractor’s resource(s) must perform the following supply related activities:

a. Prepare Procurement instruments using the Defence Resource Management Information System (DRMIS) for materiel and inventory replenishment;

b. Liaise with 3rd parties to discuss plans and prepare records of conversation;

c. Review and analyze stock and identify those that are obsolete;

d. Prepare supply requisition documents;

e. Perform quality assurance oversight for stocktaking activities at DND warehouse and vendor facilities;

f. In consultation with the QAM, report on verification of vendor compliance to rules and regulations for the Repair and Overhaul of all DND inventory;

g. Prepare and submit Quality Observations to the QAM;

h. Manage records and documents using the Records and Documents Information Management System (RDIMS);

i. Perform Material Management activities in accordance with DQA Quality Management System for warehousing, shipping and receiving, stock control, coordinating and performing audits, and stocktaking investigations;

j. Establish, verify and modify cataloguing data in the Canadian Forces Supply System (CFSS);

k. Input CFSS transactions for supply account management;

l. Analyze and correct management data to be captured and input into DRMIS for all DND owned inventory in accordance with A-LM-184-001/JS-001, the PAM, and the SAM;

m. Provide the QAM with timely and accurate information and status updates for audits/stocktaking and onsite verification;

n. Identify potential problems and propose solutions to the QAM;

o. Verify compliance with A-LM-184-001/JS-001 in the form of supply process audits pertaining to the management of DND equipment supplied as Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), Government Furnished Information (GFI), Government Supplied Material (GSM), Accountable Advance Spares (AAS), Repairable Materiel Account (RMA), Contractor Repair Parts Account (CRPA) and Loan accounts in the CFSS (DRMIS);

p. Perform supply investigations in DRMIS and interact with both Canadian Forces Supply Depot (CFSD), one in Montreal (25 CFSD) and the other in Edmonton (7 CFSD), the Life Cycle Materiel Managers (LCMM), Supply Managers (SM), National Defence Quality Assurance Region (NDQAR) Supply technicians and Repair and Overhaul sections;

q. Review and analyze DRMIS reports and data for items selected for repair and overhaul (R&O;) by the respective team OPI, and provide information regarding past activities, and current requirements and the impact on the Material repair cost (MRC);

r. Proceed with material investigations and inventory adjustments by preparing auditable inventory adjustment documents for review by the QAM and prepare amendments as required; and

s. Manage stocktaking oversight for DND warehouse and vendors by assisting, auditing and investigating 100% stock takings. Reporting on discrepant count submissions to reveal possible accounting flaws and input of CF 152 (write-off report) and non-CF 152 (write-off report) corrective adjustments.

t. Support warehouse operations, with receipt shipping, material identification, material handling and storage of equipment and material; and

u. Lift heavy items up to 15 Kilograms.





Only qualified candidates will be contacted.Please note positions may be filled prior to closing deadline. You may contact a Consultant to confirm availability.

The original job offer can be found in Kit Job:
https://www.kitjob.ca/job/15478871/procurement-specialist-un-600-british-columbia/?utm_source=html

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