Job Title: Purchasing Agent
Job Time Type: Full Time (30 Hours or More)
Job Description: The Purchasing Agent is responsible for coordinating all activities associated to procurement of materials and supplies for Transfer Flow. Responsibilities include providing the estimated value and transport of goods; conferring and negotiating with sellers; and observing and supervising the transport and safety of procured products. The Purchasing Agent is responsible for creating and maintaining communication systems to track all aspects of supplies procured and received by TFI.
Purchasing agents create and maintain supplier purchase order records, debit memos, check inventory levels, analyze changes in the market that may affect the availability or price of supplies, and identify suppliers that may provide the lowest costs for the high-quality products. The Purchasing Agent also creates/maintains systems for tracking vendor service levels, including promised ship dates.
TFI requires all members of our staff to fulfill all job functions in a consistent state of alertness and work in a safe manner. Applicants must be able to successfully pass the following:
- Pre-employment drug/alcohol screening
- Pre-employment criminal history background check
- Pre-employment fitness for duty physical
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- 5 years purchasing experience purchasing in a manufacturing company or equivalent.
Minimum Months of Experience: 60
- Bachelor’s Degree
- APICS Certification Preferred
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
- Drug Testing / Screening
- Background Checks
- Credit Check
- Reference Check
Education Level: Bachelor’s Degree
Pay Comments: DOE (Depends on Experience)
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Vision, Vacation, Holidays, 401K
Job Application Methods Accepted: Via Email
How to Apply: Email resume in MS Word or PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include “Transfer Flow Purchasing Agent” as the subject.
Transfer Flow Inc
1444 FORTRESS ST
Chico, CA 95973APICS Certification PreferredMinimum Education and Experience