- 61,437.74 - 87,134.32 annually
- City Of Ottawa
Responsible for establishing and monitoring internal compliance policies and procedures to ensure adequate fiscal and physical controls are in place for materials and supply management, studying and tracking market dynamics, researching and coordinating data compilation, anticipating trends and providing regular reporting and updates to management, and measuring and reporting on all aspects of materials and supply management activities, undertaking strategic assessments and providing advice to management to ensure best practices are followed. Ensures that legislative requirements and corporate guidelines are met and identifies opportunities for operational improvements in business processes. The Analyst is responsible to develop and maintain supplier and business relationships and responds to all audit questions and inquiries from internal and external Auditors.
Education & Experience
Four (4) year university degree in Business Administration, Commerce, Economics, Supply Chain Management or related field.
Minimum of five (5) years experience in materials and/or supply management, preferably in an operational environment.
*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.
Language, Certificates & Licenses
English oral, reading, writing
- Supply management including procurement, inventory management, stocktaking and contract administration.
- Economic and statistical analysis and research techniques
- Strong analytical skills
- Business process analysis, ability to develop, coordinate and implement new processes and procedures
- Market dynamics and their implications on cost, quality and risk
- Project management techniques
- Financial management, cost accounting and statistical analysis including year-end analysis, GL reconciliations, data analysis and interpretation of results
- Microsoft Office Suite, SAP, M5 and other corporate software applications
- Materials management systems
- Techniques associated with inventory control including bar coding, cycle counting, ABC valuation and analysis of turnover ratios
- Auditing and compliance review processes and techniques
- Internal control systems, evaluation and techniques
- Knowledge of applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workers.
Competencies & Skills
- Strong research and analysis skills, ability to collect and analyze information and to prepare reports on complex and semi-technical matters
- Creative and flexible approach to analysis and problem solving
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Effective use of project management techniques to manage the planning and conduct of assignments
- Interpret and analyze policies, procedures, guidelines and by-laws
- Ability to produce management ready reports and briefing materials through advanced report writing skills
- Analyze and interpret audit trail data
- Analyze material consumption and identify trends
- Identify and correct inappropriate processes contributing to inventory deficiencies, stock outs, etc., and recommend changes to automated systems
- Sound judgement and decision-making capabilities
- Proficient in spreadsheet, graphics, word processing and data retrieval applications
- Communicate effectively with all levels of staff and suppliers
- Work within and promote a team environment
- Excellent facilitation and presentation skills