- Exploration and production
- Oil and Gas Services
- Oil sands
- Post-secondary degree
About This Career
Negotiation is your game. You source the materials and equipment that oil and gas companies need to get their work done… your job is from procurement, to awarding supplier contracts and post-contract award management. You don’t only help companies to get what they need, but when they want it and how they want it.
Supply Chain Analysts identify efficiencies or recommend changes by analyzing supplier capabilities, service levels, product delivery, supply chain processes, spending and trends. They research industry trends, analyze organizational processes and workflows to identify gaps, make recommendations for improvement, and ensure compliance with organizational governance requirements. They also contribute to the development, maintenance and optimization of supply chain policies. Depending on the size of oil and gas company, their scope of activities can include land management functions, drilling logistics and asset lifecycle management.
Supply Chain Analysts interact with internal staff and external clients and suppliers involved in the purchasing and movement of goods and services. They also contribute to the development of Requests for Information (RFIs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and all elements of contracts from creation to execution and renewal.
In this occupation activities may include:
- Providing ongoing analyses in areas such as transportation costs, parts procurement, back orders and delivery processes
- Developing unit spend profiles (by category, supplier, location, etc.)
- Developing supplier negotiation frameworks, including negotiation preparation information and tools, presentation materials and analyses, and participating in the negotiation process with suppliers
- Organizing and documenting all analysis steps and assumptions for future reference, and supporting ongoing
- A post-secondary degree in business or supply chain management may be required.
- Specific health and safety certifications will be determined by job requirements
- A Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation is the most common designation. A Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) designation may also be acceptable.
Communication, research, problem solving and analysis combine to support a Supply Chain Analyst. You have strong facilitation and presentation skills.
- Computer use
- Attention to detail
- Planning and organizing
- Critical thinking
- Leading/living the vision and values
- Active listening
- Judgment and decision making
- Administration and management
- Document use
- Public administration
- Transportation and warehousing
- Wholesale trade
- Health care and social assistance
Also known as
- Process Improvement Analyst
- Supply Chain Business Analyst
- Logistics Analyst
- Procurement Analyst
- Inventory and Improvement Analyst
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