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Contract Buyer

  • Location: Worcestershire
  • Sector: Purchasing & Supply Chain
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: MAP 4635/12
  • Rate: £15 - £20 per hour
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Job description

The Redline Group have exclusively partnered with an exciting design and manufacture company involved with the rail industry based near Birmingham.

They require a Contract Buyer with extensive experience and a strong background in an electronics manufacturing background. This is the ideal opportunity for a candidate who is looking for a challenge and has a strong background in purchasing and electronics.

Key Responsibilities for this contract job would include:

- Procurement of electronic components for a complex manufacturing environment
- Effective administration on Epicor ERP systems
- Effective communication between multiple internal departments

Key requirements for this contract job would include:

- Relevant qualifications in purchasing or administration
- Extensive experience on Epicor ERP system
- Background in electronics design and manufacturing industries

If you are interested in applying for the Contract Buyer job based near Birmingham, please send your CV to Mdiozzi@redlinegroup.Com quoting 4635/12.
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