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Supply Chain Management Co-op Student - Contracts

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  • Internship
    Starts on Aug 31
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Logistics
  • Calgary


  • Successful candidates will not only have a strong academic background, but also excellent communication skills, the ability to work in a team, a flexible attitude and the drive and desire to deliver results.
  • Beyond that, we are interested in hearing from candidates with the following:
  • Eligible to work in Canada;
  • Valid work permit at time of application (if applicable);
  • Strong safety mindset;
  • Demonstrated effective decision-making skills;
  • Strong obligation to integrity and accountability;
  • Values feedback as a learning tool;
  • Strong computer applications knowledge (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook);
  • Motivation to achieve and exceed superior results;
  • Demonstrated effective decision-making skills;
  • Ability to collaborate without boundaries and align with a team to achieve highest quality results;
  • Ability to work efficiently and autonomously once direction is provided;
  • Strong writing and communication skills;
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Good understanding of Supply Chain Management and Contract Management principles.
  • In return for your hard work, tenacity and contributions, you can expect a robust student employee development program that will accelerate your career and allow you to step in, step up and stand out.


  • During your work term, we will push you to be your best by exposing you to challenging projects and giving you the opportunity to take ownership of your work term. You will gain practical experience, develop technical skills to complement your academic learning, and gain exposure to future opportunities at our company. To succeed, you’ll need to cultivate and communicate a clear vision and set goals for yourself, whilst also juggling individual country specific targets.
  • Some of the key responsibilities of the Supply Chain Management Co-op Student will be:
  • Contracts:
  • Assist in the development of contracting & procurement strategies;
  • Support Contract Analyst in pre-award activities including but not limited to preparing RFx documents, collecting bidders’ information, compiling stakeholder feedback, populating evaluations, conducting commercial analysis, preparing award documentation, conforming contracts, completing tasks in Contract Management System (Ivalua);
  • Manage contract post-award activities including but not limited to preparing and executing contract documents (work releases, change orders, etc), maintaining supplier relations, coordinating proponent collaboration, maintaining price lists, instituting Supply Relationship Management (SRM) implementation where applicable, resolving contract reconciliations based on commercial terms / audit findings, and completing contract close-outs;
  • Actively participate in assigned project(s) by providing commercial support, coordinating preparation activities, and executing assigned contracting requirements;
  • Manage assigned contracts to capture value creation for the Company (cost reduction, cost avoidance and efficiency improvement initiatives). Report value creation results as requested;
  • Manage and maintain assigned contracts in the Contract Management System (Ivalua);
  • Ensure that assigned service requests, contracts, and associated SAP documents are completed prior to any services being provided or goods being delivered, and are appropriately managed throughout the life of the project and then properly closed out.