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Your Career Starts Here! APPLY ONLINE: campus.canadiantire.ca SUMMER 2009 CO-OP OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS ANALYST Supply Chain Major Projects - Processes and Systems Toronto, Ontario – Summer 2009 Co-op Opportunity COMPANY SUMMARY: Recently ranked as one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures, Canadian Tire offers employees a wealth of challenging and rewarding career opportunities. We are a successful and growing company that values diversity and innovative thinking, and fosters a culture of performance and accountability. We invest in the growth and development of our employees by offering a wide range of career paths, comprehensive training and leadership development opportunities. Our employees are passionate owners of our company who help build our reputation as one of the best places to work in Canada. Join our talented team of over 50,000 employees and develop your career through our broad and diverse group of businesses which include, Canadian Tire Corporation, Canadian Tire Retail, Canadian Tire Associate Stores, Canadian Tire Petroleum, PartSource, Canadian Tire Financial Services and Mark’s Work Wearhouse. DEPARTMENT SUMMARY: The Supply Chain Major Projects division was created to manage significant/critical initiatives that can improve the capacity and throughput of Canadian Tire's supply chain, while supporting our growth and enhancing our customer's shopping experience. The SCMP-Processes & Systems team supports these objectives by following proven Project Management & Change Management methodologies in order to deliver projects respecting time, cost and quality. The dynamic environment requires individuals with competent organizational skills, sound analytical ability, the ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders and the ability to work effectively in a team as well as independently. PROJECT SUMMARY The Production Planning Project is a multi-year project aimed at reducing risk and creating new methods of conducting Supply Chain Production Planning processes. The Project was initiated to improve efficiency in the ordering process, workload allocation and capacity optimization. The Production Planning team is responsible for implementing improved forecasting and capacity maximization methods. The new system will mitigate error in forecasts seen in the current state by utilizing automated software instead of traditional methods of manually determining the weekly production plan. The collaborative efforts of the Production Planning team will result in a nation wide restructuring of the current Production Planning process. As of January 2009, the Project will be in the Design phase.
Your Career Starts Here! APPLY ONLINE: campus.canadiantire.ca SUMMER 2009 CO-OP OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS ANALYST Supply Chain Major Projects - Processes and Systems Toronto, Ontario – Summer 2009 Co-op Opportunity RESPONSIBILITIES: Works with Project Manager/Lead in a collaborative setting to create and update project management deliverables Analyzes data and processes, contributes to the planning, design and implementation of business process engineering Provides input and recommendations to management relating to new and/or improved business processes within approved scope of work Participates in planning, development and delivery of change management (referring to the steps necessary for users to adopt the new operation or system), including job design, communication, education and training Works with end users of processes to supply post implementation support Contributes to major change initiatives including: identifying issues, analyzing impacts of organizational change and planning change or transition activities Takes part in driving work, where work depends as much on individual contributions as it does on overall group efforts and initiatives Qualifications: Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills and attention to detail. Proven team player, able to present to and interact with stakeholders and the project team. Customer service oriented, focused on achieving project objectives and customer satisfaction. Proficient user of standard desktop tools including MS Project, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Travel may be required within the GTA to work with several of the operational stakeholders. Nice To Have: Supply Chain knowledge Experience with Forecasting and Linear Programming Project Management experience Previously worked with Access/SQL