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ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reporting to the Manager, Procurement and Contract Management, the incumbent is responsible for the replenishment of all areas of the organization, stores, direct purchases, special purchases and clinical and technical services.
• Verify the content of the purchase requisitions and investment requisitions sent to you;
• Conduct research as required to identify sources of supply for products, equipment and services to effectively meet user needs and demands;
• Perform call-ups for orders, price confirmations, delivery times and liaise with requestors;
• Search for alternative products through bundled purchasing contracts and/or other potential suppliers;
• Return goods;
• Contribute to the resolution of disputes in your area;
• Negotiate with suppliers, contract terms and conditions according to the levels of authority for commitments with suppliers established by the company and authorize or recommend the signature of purchase orders not exceeding $5,000 to the authorized manager;
• Follow up with suppliers on commitments made by suppliers such as delivery times, prices, terms and conditions of purchase and, if necessary, liaise with accounts payable when these terms and conditions are not met by suppliers;
• Use the computerized procurement management system and other related computer media and communication tools available to you for the processing of purchases;
• Perform any other associated tasks required by your immediate supervisor.
• Completion of a College Diploma (DEC) in Administrative Techniques or an Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS) with a procurement component coupled with work experience deemed sufficient;
• At least three years of experience as a buyer in a procurement department in a regulated environment, with experience in the municipal or school health care sector considered a major asset;
• Knowledge of the Act respecting contracting by public bodies (L.R.Q., C-65-1), including the regulations and directives, is considered an asset;
• Fluent in French, both oral and written;
• Proficient with computer tools, including the Microsoft Office suite;
• Knowledge of the SAP software package and Edilex, the contract-drafting system, is considered an asset;
• Knowledge of English is considered an asset.
• Excellent customer-service approach;
• Excellent teamwork and relationship building skills with service users and various suppliers;
• Ability to converse and write effectively in French and ideally in English;
• Good organizational, planning and priority management skills;
• Good paper and electronic filing skills;
• Demonstrated thoroughness, independence and a strong ability to work under pressure.
In addition to the competitive working conditions offered by Héma-Québec, this position includes the following benefits:
• Four weeks of vacation per year;
• Variable and flexible schedule;
• Group insurance;
• Defined benefit pension plan.
Level of education
Work experience (years)
Internal reference No. 927BR
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