GeoShack

Procurement Specialist

US-TX-Dallas
8 months ago
ID
2017-1403
# of Openings
1
Category
Purchasing

Overview

GeoShack, Inc. is a North American leading distributor of GPS based grade control solutions to the Construction, Survey, Landfill, Mining and Agricultural markets in North America.  Our job as the Technology Leader is to stay at the forefront of emerging technologies and we focus on providing our customers with a “total solution” of quality products and services to meet their needs.

 

 

As we continue to grow in the marketplace, we need to hire a full-time Procurement Specialist to join our office in Richardson, Texas.  This position will be responsible for managing, controlling, analyzing, and optimizing our tier two vendor contracts, transactions and relationships with the overall goal of reducing expenditures and increasing inventory turns.

Responsibilities

The Procurement Specialist will:

  • Achieve operational objectives of minimizing inventory while increasing turns.
  • Centralize the purchasing, warehousing and delivery of accessories and common supplies.
  • Approve and process automated purchase requests.
  • Create, build and maintain vendor relationships.
  • Facilitate the movement of surplus, obsolete, and/or slow moving inventory.
  • Strive to accomplish the procurement team’s overall objective of having the right product in the right location at the right time.

Qualifications

  • Prefer degree in Procurement, Supply Chain Management or Logistics and/or 3-5 years’ experience in related field
  • Previous exposure to SAP or ERP software systems
  • Solid negotiating skills
  • Previous exposure to inventory control processes
  • Ability to manage processes
  • Planning, time management and the ability to prioritize to meet deadlines
  • Ability to mine and analyze data
  • Fundamental mathematical, grammar, spelling and documentation skills

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