Procurement Council



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 if you wish to have further information.

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  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)


Currently available career opportunities

  • Centre Wellington - Manager of Purchasing and Risk
    • Closing date: September 23, 2022

      As a result of significant growth the Township has created a new role for a Manager of Purchasing & Risk Management. In this key role you will report to the Managing Director of Corporate Services and Treasurer and provide leadership and direction to the centralized Procurement function of the Township as well as all Risk Management activities. This position ensures Township compliance with all procurement related legislation as well as all internal procurement policies and procedures. From a Risk Management perspective, this position’s goal is to minimize Township exposure and safeguard the Township’s interests.

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  • City of Toronto - Business Analyst
    • Closing date: September 29, 2022

      Reporting to the Project Director, Procurement Transformation, the Business Analyst will support key division-wide change initiatives. The Business Analyst will contribute help coordinate and complete project work including prepare communication and training materials, capture business process diagrams using relevant technology, update project status reporting, facilitating ongoing requirements gathering sessions, support user adoption. The Business Analyst will support business process reviews, business practice analysis, reporting and analytic reviews that drive change to improve service delivery.

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  • OECM - Sourcing Manager
    • Closing date: September 29, 2022

      Consults with clients to validate supply management priorities for major spend categories of goods and services and ensure alignment with their business needs; leverages the project prioritization process to filter projects that do not drive value. Builds sourcing strategies for defining new/enhancing existing initiatives, analyzing client needs, and identifying potential new supply sources. Plans and designs details of projects; schedules work and resource needs, makes recommendations regarding team participation and involvement in sourcing initiatives.

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  • OECM - Category Manager
    • Closing date: September 28, 2022

      Reporting to the Senior Supplier Relationship Manager, (SSRM), the Category Manager works in the capacity of team lead to coordinate the day-to-day activities in support of the SSRM’s portfolio of products and services.

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  • Queens University - Procurement Specialist
    • Closing date: September 25, 2022

      Reporting to the Associate Director, Strategic Procurement Services, the Procurement Specialist is responsible for developing a strategic approach for the sourcing of products and services for the university. The Procurement Specialist is responsible for leading complex sourcing projects providing advice and guidance to university stakeholders including senior leadership, faculty, principal investigators, and staff, facilitating effective procurement process assessment and implementation. The Procurement Specialist also sources products and services from suppliers, maintaining good supplier relationships, and working with all university clients and Financial Services to ensure that the sourcing process and products are acquired and delivered to clients in a timely and effective manner while ensuring compliance with university procurement policy and granting agencies’ guidelines. The Procurement Specialist will provide leadership support to the management team and make recommendations which support the mission and goals of Strategic Procurement Services (SPS). This position is open to hybrid work arrangements.

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  • Government of Yukon - Procurement Advisor
    • Closing date: October 6, 2022

      The Procurement Support Centre provides leadership and support to Yukon government employees in making good procurement decisions. As a Procurement Advisor, you will use your contracting and procurement knowledge to provide policy interpretation and advice, offer technical support as well as promote capacity development. This role also involves developing and delivering comprehensive procurement tools and training for targeted audiences, with an overall goal of improving procurement processes across the Yukon government.

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  • Defence Construction Canada - Coordinator, Contract Services
    • Closing date: September 29, 2022

      The Coordinator, Contract Services, 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. The incumbent may also lead and manage the human resources responsibilities for an employee or a team.

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  • University of Toronto (Mississauga) - Senior Procurement Officer
    • Closing date: September 29, 2022

      As a Senior Procurement Officer, you will be part of a team of Procurement experts under Budget, Planning and Finance and will provide the U of T Mississauga community with assistance and information on all Procurement Programs. You will bring a strong understanding of public procurement principles and be able to apply them to various procurement projects across the campus. You will also possess superior verbal and written communication skills and a high level of professionalism. The U of T Mississauga community will rely on your guidance in all things Procurement.

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