Qualify to be a contractor questions
I have questions about how to become a Suncor contractor:
All of our contract areas are categorized (e.g., mining, business services, etc.,) and your information will be shared with the appropriate category team. Each category team looks at the requirements across Suncor and works closely with our business units to identify opportunities where additional contractors may be needed.
Based on our evaluation:
Due to the high volume of emails received, only contractors of interest will be contracted. However, the information you provide is retained for a minimum of 12 months in the event of future interest.
No. Working with the Supplier Engagement team gives you the opportunity to present your company’s capability to the widest audience within Suncor. In the above scenario, you might spend significant time and effort contacting multiple individuals within Suncor to identify business opportunities. In many circumstances, those individuals would not have the visibility or the authority to award work. As the Supply Chain teams have enterprise wide visibility to business requirements and engagement with key business unit stakeholders, this process greatly improves the ability to match opportunities with new contractors.
Yes, if you are prequalifed but have not completed work for Suncor before, you will need to complete a new Contractor Information Profile and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Supplier Engagement team manages all our initial interaction with contractors through the initial email (email@example.com) and new contractor information form. Once we receive your organizations information, we will determine if there is a fit with our current business requirements. Due to the high volume of emails received you will only be contacted if a potential fit is identified.
Due to the high volume of emails received, only suppliers of interest will be contacted. However, the information you provide is retained for a minimum of 12 months in the event of future interest.
Yes. We recognize that our operations are located in the traditional territory of many Indigenous communities. We want Indigenous communities to be able to share in our successes and benefit from economic opportunities associated with energy development. We are committed to supporting business, employment and economic opportunities for Indigenous Peoples. On the new contractor information form, there is a section in which you can provide your Indigenous status information. Visit Aboriginal Relations for more information.