Buyer III

Job Description Key Responsibilities: The primary focus of this position is conducting supplier price negotiations and securing supply of raw materials and consumables in a highly competitive global market.  The incumbent will work closely with Operations, Engineering, R&D, Finance, Legal, and other Supply Chain professionals to achieve these goals. In this role you will have the opportunity to provide strategic sourcing leadership, participate in the development and implementation of strategic sourcing strategies and manage the commercial relationship with suppliers. Responsible for providing the full range of purchasing functions from ordering through order fulfillment   Required: B.S. Degree in an Engineering or Supply Chain related fields 7-10 years experience negotiating critical material supply and service agreements Proven track record of consistently delivering supply base price reductions through dynamic negotiation techniques Demonstrated experience in the application of procurement processes and contract management Skilled in the art of problem solving, issue resolution and change management in dealing with suppliers and internal stakeholders Excellent oral and written communication skills, effective presentation and facilitation skills   Preferred: Manufacturing, Quality and/or Process Engineering experience MBA or certification as a supply chain professional Experience working in a high volume and high technology industry Demonstrated experience with ERP systems with emphasis on procurement, MRP, payables, receiving and inventory modules Experience working withinternational suppliers Experience leading global sourcing initiatives Sound understanding of planning processes including MRP, forecasting, establishing min/max reorder points, inventory optimization, and other related processes Working knowledge of Oracle ERP Requisition ID 2018-7152
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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