Purchasing Manager

Company Name:
Randstad Engineering
An established, Fortune 500 tier 1 automotive supplier is searching for a Senior Purchasing Manager to add to their growing orginization. This person will lead and oversee a group of Buyers and Purchasing Managers but at the same you will negotiate with suppliers, and handle a wide array of inquiries from all areas of the organization.
Responsibilities for the Purchasing Manager
Manages all day-to-day purchasing activities
Oversee and manage Purchasing team.
Enforces supplier compliance to Terms & Conditions of Purchase and Supplier Manual
Manages supplier commercial issues (catastrophic tooling issues, supplier financial state, bankruptcy, supplier resourcing)
Evaluates and recommends make/buy decisions; maintains key supplier relationships
Requirements for the Purchasing Manager
Bachelors Degree in Business or related discipline. Masters Degree is preferred.
At least 12 years in Purchasing or Supply Chain Management.At least 8 years in Supervision or Management.
401k, Profit Sharing Bonus, Relocation
Related Words: purchasing manager
Company Description:
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.

We are a company built on a deep network of expertise that crosses industries and geographies. We recognize that talent comes in different forms, that every business has its unique challenges and opportunities. And our recruiting experts are skilled at marrying talent and business--identifying the ideal professionals for an organization's culture and its teams, its needs and its goals.

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