Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig, LLP
Position Direct Buyer Supply Chain with degree and SAP/ERP/MRP
Location Chula Vista, CA 91910
Duration 16 month contract
Pay Rate Pay $28.00 - $31.00
Start Date ASAP
We have an immediate opening for a highly motivated candidate to support the supply chain efforts for multiple programs in a fast paced environment.
Being a core part of the Supply Chain will require interfacing with various teams such as the program office, engineering, production control as well as customers and the supply base.
Position requires that the candidate be able to provide delivery assurance in subcontracting environment.
Ensure that the day to day supply management activities such as placing purchase orders and managing suppliers ensuring they execute on quality, on time and at cost.
Ensure on time delivery & quality via robust Project Management experience and tools.
The buyer will attend program material/status meetings and production meetings as required.
Travel to suppliers may be required.
Experience and education with negotiations is a plus or preferred.
Time management skills and the ability to handle high volumes of work are essential in the fast changing environment.
Position will also require the skill to be detail oriented as subcontracting requires multiple steps in complicated process.
Finally, the candidate must have great communication and presentation skills to status our internal and external customers.
- Bachelors degree
- SAP or equivalent ERP / MRP system experience is required.
- MS Project
- US Person
* * * Possible travels to the suppliers located in S. California. Day trip within 100 miles.
Please send qualified resumes to Daniel ******************** write JOB ID # 53749 on subject line of email.
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