Sr. Purchaser - MEP
at Amana in
Job highlightsPosted on September 6, 2020
To process material requisitions and purchaser orders in a professional, timely and cost effective manner. To negotiate with suppliers and obtain the best conditions related to the cost, delivery time, quality and payment terms of the orders.
- Conducts market visits and visits trade shows to increase market network and awareness.
- Suggests and provides data within the team for new products to be included in Amana's Product Catalog.
- Sends Request for Quotation (RFQ to) and collects responses from suppliers and subcontractors.
- Reviews and pre-approves all Local Purchase Orders.
- Assists team in achieving target dates of procurement activities of daily required items at site (such as concrete, substructure, rebar etc.).
- Receives approved Material Requisition Forms from Cost Control and ensures the required Local Purchase Orders (LPO) are prepared for approval.
- Supports Construction team to ensure timely delivery of materials and to verify qualifications, specifications, and supplier/subcontractor performance.
- Supports in providing material samples, brochures, and
technical data from local suppliers.
- Takes immediate action upon receiving internal complaints regarding material quality and delivery schedule.
- Continuously surveys market for the latest prices of commodity items (e.g. wood, steel, cement, and block work, concrete).
- Coordinates with Finance Department on the payments to suppliers and subcontractors.
- Maintains and updates the technical library with the relevant supplier/subcontractor brochures and catalogs.
- Verifies newly appointed Supplier/Subcontractor’s pre-qualification, specifications and performance.
- Ensures integrity of data on the applied ERP software / Business Application and standard periodical reports.
- Assists in the training and development of team members.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Management
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