Careers

Interested in joining our dynamic, fast-growing team? If you’re a motivated, hard-working individual with a passion for leaving things better, we’d love to talk to you. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@nomodic.com.



Current open positions (CLICK TO JUMP):

Director, Supply Chain

Business Development Lead, West

Financial Accountant

Project Coordinator

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DIRECTOR, SUPPLY CHAIN

Reporting to the VP of Business Development, the Director of Supply Chain plays an integral role within Nomodic’s business development team by overseeing the development and implementation of the Supply Chain Management strategy. The Director of Supply Chain will be responsible for the development of the supply chain processes, the procurement budget, and the oversight of procurement for all building components, assemblies, appliances, furniture, equipment, materials, services, software, memberships and subscriptions. The expected workload is moderate to high and requirement for travel is also moderate to high. This position is based from Nomodic’s head office in Calgary.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Director, Supply Chain performs some or all of the following duties:

  • Develop and oversee the long-term Supply Chain Management (SCM) strategy and Purchasing Program

  • Develop and maintain the procurement process, vendor contracting, and material/equipment logistical management

  • Implement and ensure that supply chain policies, procedures, and processes are aligned with long-term SCM strategy and in support of corporate goals and objectives

  • Optimize the production of vendor networks (capacity, consistency, and price)

  • Develop, implement, and maintain the company’s vendor qualification and performance measurement procedures

  • Work closely with and provide guidance to the Project Development and Operations Leads

  • Determine optimal contracted service and material strategies

  • Identify, qualify, and recommend new or alternative vendors

  • Establish defined practices for supplier and contractor qualification/management, including supplier key performance indicators, scorecard development/measurement, and frequent vendor reviews

  • Update and maintain company-wide communication of an Approved Vendor List

  • Develop and administer practical Supply Chain reporting procedures

  • Lead the drafting, execution, and maintenance of Preferred Supplier Agreements (PSAs), Master Service Agreements (MSAs), and various purchase agreements by the legal team

  • Develop material purchasing and inventory management system

  • Develop asset management system (vehicles, trailers, equipment, etc.)

  • Develop system for and issue individual approval on process requisitions and Purchase Orders for overhead items such as vehicles, office furniture/lease, janitorial, and equipment

  • Develop the system and issue approval on requisitions and Purchase Orders for goods (modular buildings, etc.) and services (labour, etc.), meeting all SCM guidelines and requirements

  • Improve the company’s bottom line


Other Roles & Expectations

  • Facilitate effective communication and build relationships with internal and external stakeholders based on trust, integrity, and professionalism

  • Establish and prepare regular reports regarding market conditions (delivery timelines and cost)

  • Provide support and mentorship to the Project Development team

  • Resolve vendor and contractor grievances along with similar claims against suppliers

Required Skillset

  • A minimum of 3-5 years of experience providing supply chain management activities in manufacturing, construction, or the fabrication industry is required

  • A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a leadership role is required

  • Demonstrated ability to maximize value through effective supply chain knowledge and contracts

  • Budgeting: Good understanding of both project-based and corporate departmental budgets

  • Task & Deadlines: Capability to integrate plans and schedules with business needs to enable on-time execution

  • Organization: Strong organization, communication, and interpersonal skills

  • Decision Making: Ability to take initiative, exercise sound judgment, influence decision making, and work collaboratively in a team environment

  • Change Management: Proven ability to implement and manage change

  • Leadership: Ability to be a “hands-on” manager, capable of completion of deliverables while providing effective management and leadership

  • Optimization: Ability to optimize the production of our vendor network (capacity, consistency, and price)

  • Teamwork: Ability to work within a dynamic team, setting and building collaborative and trusting relationships internally and externally within client organizations

  • Environment: Self-motivated and self-directed, with a demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment

  • Conduct: The ability to act professionally, in a trustworthy and respectful manner

  • Communication: Excellent written and verbal English communication and project management skills



Education

  • Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation through SCMA (Supply Chain Management Association, formerly PMAC) and/or Certified Purchasing Manager through ISM (Institute for Supply Management) is required.

  • Other combinations of directly relevant experience and educational credentials will be considered assets.



Other Experience

  • Construction experience considered an asset

  • Experience in the modular industry would be an asset

  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and experience with Maestro would be an asset

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to careers@nomodic.com

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Business Development Lead, West

Reporting to the VP of Business Development (VP), the Business Development Lead plays an integral role within Nomodic’s senior team. The Business Development Lead contributes to the long-term success of Nomodic by directing the corporation’s regional sales and marketing functions while acting as an essential link between Nomodic's executive and clientele. This key decision-making role involves high-level decisions on strategy, brand, and product positioning. As a leader, the Business Development Lead is responsible for developing and nurturing client relationships, positively motivating team members, and supporting change directive within Nomodic. The position will be based in the Vancouver area, with regular travel and an expectation for a high volume of work.


Duties & Responsibilities


Planning and Organizing

  • Collaborate with the VP to define and implement Nomodic’s strategic vision

  • Create annual sales and marketing plans that support the corporate direction set by the CEO

  • Present the VP with reporting as it relates to the performance of the company’s sales and marketing efforts

  • Meet regularly with the VP and Controller to ensure efficiency of company processes and adherence to corporate strategy

  • Research and analyze existing/forecasted industry and market conditions with direction and input from business development (sales) personnel, Controller, VP, and CEO

  • Research and develop new products with assistance from the sales, design, and operations teams

Operating

  • Formulate, implement, and maintain sales and marketing strategies

  • Identify and complete the initial due diligence on all local pursuit opportunities

  • Lead the bid and proposal process by providing commercial direction to all internal resourcing teams

  • Manage and provide support to corporate human resource requirements including hiring, training, performance reviews, and terminations

  • Develop and maintain customer relationships

  • Assist in local advertising efforts

  • Meet regularly with the executive team to report on target and mandate tracking and results

  • Actively participate in the creation, implementation, and maintenance of procedures as approved by the VP

  • Ensure that sales and marketing staff, along with the VP, have sufficient and up-to-date information

  • Develop and maintain supplier relationships

  • Locally assist corporate to research, achieve, and maintain corporate and product-related certifications and approvals

  • In conjunction with the Supply Chain Manager, aid in developing and the supporting the Nomodic agent network

  • Various other tasks as assigned by the VP

Financial Management

  • Assist Controller in regular sales and marketing budget and forecasting inputs

  • Prudently manage Nomodic’s sales and marketing resources to budget

  • Provide prompt, thorough, and accurate information as requested by the corporate financial team

HR Management

  • Support local recruitment and contracting of full-time and contract sales staff

  • Support local employee development and training

  • Aid in policy development and documentation

Community Relationships

  • Participate in applicable professional and trade associations to further the corporate objectives of the Company

  • Assure that Nomodic and its purpose, values, programs, and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders

  • Actively advocate for Nomodic, in line with the corporate beliefs, values, and policies

  • Act as a liaison between Nomodic and the community, building relationships with peer organizations when appropriate

Programmatic Effectiveness

  • Assist the corporate team in the design, delivery, and quality of products and services

  • Stay abreast of current trends related to Nomodic’s products and services and anticipate future trends likely to have an impact on its work

  • Collect and analyze information that measures the success of Nomodic’s program efforts, and recommend refinement or change opportunities for programs


Qualifications

Education

  • Bachelor degree in a business-related field (or equivalent work experience)

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) is considered an asset

  • Any directly related certifications are considered an asset

Skills and Experience

  • 5+ years of direct industry experience

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of commercial/large residential development, sales, and management experience

  • Experience in formal design-build process

  • Experience with architectural building design is considered an asset

  • An entrepreneurial spirit capable of thriving in a fast paced and changing work environment

  • Strategic agility, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and an inspirational people leadership ability

  • Proven leadership capabilities

  • Ability to interact with and influence external and internal customers at all levels

  • Broad business knowledge with the ability to link Nomodic’s value offering to customer needs

  • Understanding of the principles of economics; fundamentals of the oil & gas, construction, and real estate industries

  • Ability to act in a professional, trustworthy, and respectful manner

  • High standards of ethical conduct: ensuring the preservation of confidential and/or sensitive information

  • Understanding of accounting principles: ability to read and interpret financial statements and reports

  • Advanced time management skills

  • Salesforce experience is considered an asset

  • Proficiency in MS Office

  • Excellent written and verbal English skills

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to careers@nomodic.com.

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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT

Reporting to the Controller, the Financial Accountant plays an integral role within Nomodic’s accounting and finance team. The Financial Accountant is responsible for assisting the Controller and plays a key role in establishing financial policies, procedures, controls and reporting systems, ensuring that systems are in place to produce accurate and timely reporting of financial results. The Financial Accountant will continuously work to optimize profitability and margins as well as recommend improvements for operating and internal controls in order to ensure financial integrity.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

The Financial Accountant performs some or all of the following duties:

  • Completing the monthly financial close and reporting processes, including account analysis, accruals, preparation of monthly journal entries, and review of monthly reconciliations, including but not limited to bank reconciliations, in an accurate and timely manner;

  • Prepare draft monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements;

  • Set up of projects, detail review and entering of project budgets into ERP system;

  • Ensure that costs are accurately captured and monitor budget adherence;

  • Analyze results of completed projects, perform variance analysis, identify trends, and make recommendations for improvements;

  • Providing timely and accurate analysis of forecasts, financial results, cash flows and operating metrics;

  • Cash management responsibility including preparing disbursements, and assisting in collections;

  • Preparation of customer invoices for review;

  • Preparation and administration of overhead purchase orders;

  • Monitoring and following up on outstanding purchase orders;

  • Supporting the accounting team in their daily tasks and responsibilities;

  • Assisting with the preparation of financial statements including disclosure notes in accordance with IFRS;

  • Planning and coordinating the external audit and tax compliance process;

  • Perform project specific cash flow forecasting and analysis;

  • Identify ways to streamline the day-to-day accounting operations and make processes more efficient;

  • Assisting with the preparation of ad hoc reports, financial reviews and special projects as directed by the leadership team.


Qualifications

  • CPA or in pursuit of an accounting designation;

  • Knowledge of IFRS;

  • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting;

  • 3-5+ years of related experience in a finance or accounting environment;

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel;

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and attention to detail;

  • Strong analytical skills.


To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to careers@nomodic.com.

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Project Coordinator

Reporting to the Project Lead, the Project Coordinator plays a key role within Nomodic’s Project Development and Management teams. The Project Coordinator is fully accountable for the coordination of project schedules, development of the constructability plans, and execution strategies of actively assigned projects. The position works closely with the Estimating and Management groups on project bids.

The Project Coordinator role will be based in Calgary with high potential for travel and out of ‘standard operating hours’ work.  


Duties and Responsibilities

The Project Coordinator performs some or all of the following duties:

  • Contract administration and management (e.g. CORs, RFIs, Meeting Minutes)

  • Client management and engagement

  • Document control, filing documents on server

  • Drawing/specifications reviews, submission to clients for review

  • Change management implementation

  • Development and improvement of processes, working to ensure adherence to same

  • Proposal coordination and management support, assisting on project bids

  • Development and estimating

  • Purchasing (writing high-impact scopes, overseeing smaller POs)

  • Forecasting

    • Assisting in major purchases

    • RFQ packages

    • Spec development/issuance

    • Vendor engagement

    • Labour requirements

  • Invoice approval against contracts

  • Assist and monitor payroll related functions to ensure proper coding and cost allocation

  • Assist with tracking monthly safety statistics

  • Project execution handover (if bids included project execution plans, schedules, etc.)

  • Project budget handover (uploading to Maestro, giving field WBS codes with budgets)

  • Day-to-day site management, putting out of fires

  • Manpower management

  • Schedule coordination

  • Labour resourcing

  • Site-to-site coordination, general materials, and vendor organization

  • Development of constructability plans and reviews on estimates

  • Creation of turnover package (e.g. operations and maintenance manuals)


Qualifications

  • Experience in the commercial/industrial construction

  • Project management experience

  • Minimum of 5 years of industry experience

  • Proficiency in computer software including Microsoft Word, Excel, MS Project



Working Conditions

  • Work weeks are 5 days, Monday to Friday

  • A regular flow of people around the office

  • Frequently assigned changing priorities


To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to careers@nomodic.com.