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As a membership benefit, the CPPC offers to its members the possibility to post job opportunities on this page. In addition, an awareness email will also be circulated to our membership community. There are no fees to post a job opportunity for CPPC members. Non-members can also post job opportunities for a reasonable fee. Please contact us at admin@cppc-ccmp.ca if you wish to have further information.

If you wish to post a job opportunity, please send us by email at admin@cppc-ccmp.ca a copy of the following documents:

  1. A copy of your job posting (Word or PDF format)
  2. A copy of the link where interested candidates can have directly access to the career section of your website for further information on how to apply.
  3. A copy of your corporate logo (jpeg format)

OUR MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR QUALIFIED WORKFORCE TO FILL VARIOUS POSITIONS! CHECK OUT THE AVAILABLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES!

Currently available career opportunities

  • University Health Network - Strategic Sourcing Specialist
    • Closing date: Open until filled

      As a key member of the Procurement Management Office, the Strategic Sourcing Specialist/Contract Specialist, will support the delivery of savings through supply chain initiatives at UHN.

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  • Metrolinx - Senior Procurement Officer, I&IT & PRESTO
    • Closing date: January 23, 2022

      Our Procurement Department is seeking a Senior Procurement Officer in the areas of I&IT & PRESTO. You will be responsible to provide strategic sourcing expertise and procurement leadership for large complex and high dollar value projects. You will be required to lead highly complex IT technology sourcing events, negotiate, finalize, and amend contracts.

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  • Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville - Procurement Coordinator
    • Closing date: January 19, 2022

      Reporting to the Manager, Procurement Services, the position coordinates and facilitates purchasing services for the Town, and ensures procurement activity is open, fair, transparent and in compliance with trade agreements, the Ontario Municipal Act and the Town’s Procurement By-law. The position is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring policies, procedures and strategies to improve effectiveness and efficiency in line with industry and legislative standards.

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  • Metrolinx - Vendor Conflicts Administrator
    • Closing date: January 30, 2022

      Reporting to the Manager Conflicts of Interest, the Vendor Conflicts Administrator-Procurement assists in the mandate of building and implementing the Metrolinx procurement conflicts policy and program.  Educates and trains organization on how to recognize and address vendor or employee conflict of interest (COI) situations related to procurement and contracts. Works directly with teams to understand and document potential conflicts, including fact-gathering and interview sessions with Metrolinx employees and vendors related to specific conflicts matters.  Assists to create and maintain database of conflict decisions.

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  • City of Calgary - Manager, Procurement
    • Closing date: January 31, 2022

      Focusing on modernizing and advancing procurement practice, Supply Management is seeking to fill three Manager, Procurement roles. Two positions will support the City to operate, maintain and deliver services to the organization and citizens of Calgary. While the third position will focus on procurement transformation such as Category Management, Strategic Sourcing, and Benefit Driven Procurement and Innovation Through Procurement.

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  • Defence Construction Canada - Team Leader, Contract Services
    • Closing date: February 1st, 2022

      The Team Leader, Procurement (Team Leader, Contract Services), coordinates and tracks procurement planning activities, manages procurement risks, and researches innovative ways to manage procurements for all programs. The incumbent leads a team of professionals and manages the human resources responsibilities for the team. The incumbent also manages the Client-Partner relationship. The incumbent develops creative solutions and ensures the team is focused on collaboration, and quality and timeliness of deliverables.

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