Reporting to the Manager, Supply Chain, the Purchasing Administrator is responsible for receiving and coordinating purchase order requests.
Receive purchase order requisitions from site superintendents
Source and obtain price quotations from catalogues and suppliers
Follow established guidelines and procedures for site purchases
Input parts list into the assigned work order in SAP and prepare SAP requisition
Work with Buyer to crease purchase order and provided completed PO to the vendor
Track and update purchase orders with current delivery information
Ensure purchase orders are intact and distributed accordingly
Resolve any receiving error issues
Review and verify past due purchase order reports and contact suppliers to address overdue purchase orders
After receipt of parts by the project site, receive the packing slips in SAP
Support the Supply Chain Manager on operational projects as needed.
Provide non-inventory purchasing support.
Expedite components as needed to keep production lines running.
Develop relationships with suppliers in order to resolve delivery and quality concerns.
Preparing routine and special reports as required.
Other duties as directed by the Supply Chain Manager
Required Knowledge & Skills
High School Diploma
Post-Secondary education an asset
1-2 years of experience in Supply Chain Management preferred
Proficient with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access)
Proficient keyboarding and data entry skills
Attention to detail and accuracy
Courteous, and ability to meet necessary deadlines
Service orientation and ability to work effectively with a team environment
Employment Status Permanent Compensation & Benefits Overview Aecon offers the opportunity to work on challenging, high profile projects and provides competitive compensation and benefits.
Equity Statement Aecon is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility Aecon accommodates. Aecon will accommodate candidates as necessary through the hiring process.