Purchasing Manager

Job Description

 Procurement Manager Position description                                           

         Responsible for directing and administering all procurement activities.

         Responsible for the creation, maintenance, and continual improvement of procurement procedures that define the purchasing process. Including implementation of software systems.

         Coordinates all procurement of products/items and services to ensure purchases are completed in the required timeframe.

         Ensure Standards Codes and all Compliance issues related to procured products and services are met by specification and or certification.

         Ensure all procurement records are properly filed and archived.

         Compile and archive historical procurement cost, vendor, and part data by project. Utilize historical data to prepare budgets on new projects.

         Responsible for receiving, inspection, and internal distribution of all procured items delivered to Fowler Facility. Responsible for improvement/creation of receiving and inspection procedures.

         Responsible for creation and implementation of Vendor Audit/inspection program.

         Will perform component and system level searches for engineering project support.

         Will periodically perform Engineering Project Management for certain projects.

         Will provide needed documentation and support to accounting functions.

         Will provide sign off on invoices for procured items.

         Will negotiate terms and pricing with vendors.

         Will interact with each vendor to influence that delivery deadlines are met, communicate any predicted delays or unpredicted delays or changes with Engineering Management or Field project management.

         Responsible for shipping of systems/components to field projects and customer installs/deliveries. Selection of shipping methods/vendors and negotiation of terms and pricing.

Company Description
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