Junior Buyer, Raw Materials

Company Name:
Contract Pharmacal Corp
This is a new and exciting opportunity at CPC! CPC is looking for a Junior Buyer for our purchasing department. The Junior Buyer for purchasing raw materials will be responsible for assisting Director with all purchasing activities for the department.
CPC is offering a professional, stable work environment with excellent opportunity for career advancement in a dynamic company, a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, which includes medical, dental, life insurance, paid time-off and 401(k) plan with matching contributions.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Help to procure raw materials for existing and new business
Source alternate suppliers, quote when required and maintain a list of supplies that have been quoted
Help to establish and maintain high standards of relationships with suppliers and representatives on an ongoing basis.
Review daily raw material purchasing reports, prioritize purchase orders by critical need; ensure orders meet the optimal levels to maximize profit and sales.
Communicate concerns/ issues to director.
Monitor open orders and maintain projected delivery dates.
Responsible for accurate inventory database maintenance of product and vendor information.
Review and implement price changes in computer system.
Work with multiple in-house departments to handle pricing, terms or receiving discrepancies.
Other responsibilities as assigned by Senior Management
Associates degree required, Bachelors degree preferred in science, business management, administration, or related field
At least two years purchasing raw materials preferably in a pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics or related industry
Confident, personable business professional with strong negotiating skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multitask, strong sense of urgency in resolving any issues
Ability to work with multiple department and vendors
Organized and detailed oriented
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Microsoft Office Outlook

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