Buyer – Donegal

Contact Jack Whelan
  • Salary: €35,000 - €50,000
  • Location: IrelandUlsterDonegal
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About the Role:

We have an excellent opportunity for a Buyer / Purchaser to join a construction company in Donegal. Our client are a leading construction contractor based in Donegal with  projects across Ireland. The successful candidate will be a detailed-orientated, diligent, individual and those with previous construction experience will be strongly considered.

Responsibilities 

  • Working with Procurement Manager on specific projects, taking direction as required
  • Process Purchase Orders, ensure approval process is followed
  • Liaison with Suppliers and Accounts Payable team re First Time Match, manage cash flow etc. invoice queries are resolved in a timely manner and root cause identified
  • Obtaining quotations, placing orders with suppliers at agreed rates and terms
  • Introduce systems, methods and procedures ensuring the most modern sourcing methods are followed
  • Management Information: preparation of reports on Purchasing activities
  • General purchasing administrative duties as required
  • Any other ad hoc duties associated with that role
  • Competitive benchmarking and trend analysis
  • Contract management and administration
  • Bid analysis

Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role, preferably +2 years’ experience in Construction role
  • Third level qualification in procurement / supply chain / business management would be advantageous
  • Accuracy in working with numbers, close attention to detail, team-working skills
  • Awareness of ethics and compliance
  • Working in a fast-paced busy office
  • Compiling, and presenting reports analysis
  • Ability to multi task between projects

To apply please email your CV to jack@sonasrecruitment.com

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Tags: ConstructionProcurementBuyerdonegalPurchasing Manager

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