The Contracts Advisor develops and executes innovative, strategic sourcing strategies and contracts in support of AR WWRP Marine activity. This role works with the WWRP team to execute the stratetgic sourcing process. Steps include:

• Category Segmentation,
• Demand Planning and Forecasting,
• Market Analysis,
• Sourcing Strategy Options Selection,
• Tendering and Market Test,
• Negotiations and Contract Award
• Supplier Performance Management,
• Application of Best Practices and Lessons Learned

The Contract Advisor is responsible for executing all aspects of Husky’s Strategic Sourcing Methodology (HSSM), as applicable to the role, in accordance with the expectations and requirements of HOIMS. Specifically, responsible to ensure suppliers are appropriately qualified, selected, and monitored for performance in accordance with HSSM and the standards defined by HOIMS. In collaboration with business unit stakeholders, ensure contracts clearly define supplier expectations, deliverables, and any other requirements as deemed necessary to meet Husky’s business standards.

Responsibilities:
• Develop category strategies by leading cross functional teams through Husky’s strategic sourcing process.
• Ensure that all contracts are awarded contracts are effectively managed in accordance with Husky practices and WWRP project requriements • Ensure that WWRP CNL benefits are adherred to in all sourcing activity including post award contract management • Ensure Husky sourcing processes are followed from conception to close-out, in accordance with Husky Supply Chain Management policy, Husky Operational Integrity Management Systems (HOIMS), the Governance and Enablement Group • Manage the evaluation of all bids against pre-defined criteria, including management of cross-functional stakeholder groups. Ensure award recommendations are prepared and approved as per internal requirements, including joint venture, partner and regulatory approvals.

Must haves:
• 10+ years of experience within category management, strategic sourcing or supply chain • 10+ years of experience in offshore oil and gas • Undergraduate Degree in a Technical or Business discipline

Nice to haves:
• Professional Supply Chain certification (SCMP, CSCP, CPM, CPSM) • 5+ years of experience within marine industry