A career at Defence Construction Canada will give you the chance to learn, excel and engage in exciting and meaningful work in the fields of engineering, environmental science and infrastructure services. Our organization is big enough to take on multi-million dollar projects but small enough to deliver personal service. DCC provides a comprehensive salary and benefits package. Learn more.

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Senior Procurement Officer (Coordinator, Contract Services)


Position Details:

Requisition Number: 3133   Location: ON, National Capital Region, Regional Office
Who Can Apply?: Internal (DCC Employees) and External (General Public)   Language Requirement: Bilingual in English and French
Salary Range: $75,867 - $98,629   Drivers Licence: No
Employment status: Continuing   Openings: 3
Term Length:   Closing Date: 28/10/18

Description

Defence Construction Canada (DCC) provides timely, effective and efficient project delivery and full lifecycle support for infrastructure and environmental assets required for the defence of Canada. In particular, DCC provides procurement, construction, maintenance, environmental, project and program management, facilities management and professional services to support its Client-Partners—the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces. The organization is founded on the values of dedication, collaboration, competence and fairness. DCC takes a collaborative approach to successful partnering, with a focus on innovation and integrity. DCC has implemented an e-procurement solution, and works closely with industry and the Client-Partners to develop and deliver new and innovative construction delivery methods, such as public-private partnerships, integrated project delivery and modified design-build.

DCC fosters fair, open and transparent procurement and, in the spring of 2018, won the U.S. National Procurement Institute’s Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award for the fifth straight year. The British Columbia Construction Association recognized DCC as one of seven Best of Public Procurement owners in 2017 for fairness, openness and dedication to transparency in public procurement.

DCC’s procurement team awards an average of 2,000 contracts per year, with a total value of approximately $900 million.

As a Senior Procurement Officer at the National Capital Regional Office, you will be part of DCC’s award-winning team, providing excellence in procurement. The site awards an average of $370 million contracts per year. As a member of the Contract Services team, you will have the authority and be empowered to bring forward new and innovative ideas, while working independently on procurements valued at over $60 million per year. You will participate in and promote procurement planning for complex, dynamic, high-risk and intellectually challenging multi-phased projects, liaising nationally with other DCC professionals across Canada.

Summary

The Senior Procurement Officer, arranges and prepares contracts for the Client-Partners (e.g. construction, professional services). The incumbent provides advice on the appropriate procurement approach required to meet Client-Partner needs for complex procurements, reviews Client-Partner documentation, and arranges for the preparation, bid review and submission of documents to the responsible contract authority. The incumbent also makes recommendations to the contract authority about initiating procurement, process decisions and contract awards, and manages the Client-Partner relationship.

Primary

  • Provide advice regarding all aspects of procurement to meet Client-Partner needs for complex procurements
  • Review Client-Partner information (e.g. specifications, financial details, security) and assemble for submission to the contract authority
  • Prepare procurement documents for complex procurements
  • Review tender submissions for compliance and facilitate proposal evaluations
  • Make recommendations to the contract authority for approval (e.g. procurement initiation, process decisions, contract awards)
  • Negotiate contracts with proponents
  • Respond to inquiries from bidders
  • Communicate with Client-Partners and industry, including debriefing unsuccessful bidders
  • Review and approve initiation and award of contracts, within delegated signing authority
  • Participate, promote and sometimes lead procurement planning with Client-Partners
  • Develop and maintain effective relationships within DCC, and with industry, the Client-Partners and/or stakeholders
  • Ensure quality standards are met, in line with corporate and Client-Partner expectations
  • Manage risk

Other

  • Develop new templates for contracting approaches
  • Research innovative procedures (e.g. process improvements, procurement techniques for unique requirements)
  • Other duties as assigned

General and Specific Knowledge

  • Best practices, methods, trends and legislation in procurement  
  • DCC and Client-Partner procurement processes and procedures
  • Government policies and trade agreements
  • Project and risk management principles

Formal Education and/or Certification(s) and Experience

  • Minimum: university degree in architecture, engineering, environmental sciences or related field with five years' relevant experience in construction, procurement and/or environment, or the equivalent

Abilities

  • Use applicable computer software and operating systems
  • Apply project and risk management techniques

Development and Leadership

  • Provide functional direction and advice to employees and to Client-Partners

Working Conditions    

  • Typical office environment with occasional travel
  • Some work may be located on construction sites; incumbent may occasionally be required to wear basic safety equipment

Our Mission: Your Opportunity

All DCC employees can make a difference by supporting Canada's troops and contributing to the defence of the country.


Security Level Eligibility

Security Clearance
DCC is responsible for the Personnel Security Clearance process. Typically to be eligible for a "Reliability" clearance, you must have resided in Canada for the last five (5) years and to be eligible for a "Secret" clearance, you must have resided in Canada for the last ten (10) years. The process usually involves reference inquiries, verification of qualifications, criminal records checks, and credit checks (as required) and may require fingerprints. For more information about obtaining a security clearance, please click here.
Security Level: Secret

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