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Buyer- CIPS Qualified

  • Location: Denbighshire
  • Sector: Purchasing & Supply Chain
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: RSP827/45
  • Salary: Up to £42k
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Job description

A multi-national company who design network infrastructure solutions are looking for a Buyer to join their team in Denbighshire.

The Buyer, Denbighshire, will be responsible for carrying out broad assignments involving the procurement of materials, equipment and services and developing sources of supply where vendors and preferred suppliers are not a possible source, along with ensuring all orders are maintained in the SAP database and that all payment and delivery issues are resolved. Other responsibilities include working with Design Engineering to identify cost reduction opportunities during the product design phase of new products, conducting price and cost analysis, establishing negotiation strategies, analysing commodity trends and competitive pricing and to ensure that all procurements are based on competitive bids.

The Buyer, Denbighshire, will have at least 5 years experience in a similar role and should be fully or part qualified in a professional procurement qualification such as CIPS.

This is a great chance for a Buyer to join a globally recognised business that offer future career progression opportunities.

APPLY NOW for the Buyer, Denbighshire, by sending your CV and Cover Letter to rdent@redlinegroup.Com

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