In this role, you will perform daily reviews of product replenishment needs and place orders accordingly Work with divisional staff on items with significant demand changes to determine optimal forecasting for future purchases
In this role, you will develop a respected relationship and help train assistants on broadcast basics as needed; investigate media opportunities as they relate to client businesses and/or agency businesses.
In this role, you will be responsible for managing the inventory for AmerisourceBergen Distribution Centers for assigned suppliers while maximizing customer service levels and minimizing inventory investment. Recommends and contributes to improve strategies in relation to various contracts, programs and agreements resulting in increased value for AmerisourceBergen.
In this role candidate should have working knowledge of government purchasing and FAR requirements, with DFAR experience helpful. Detailed organizational skills is a must. Experience with MRO, electrical, fabrication, fastners, connectors would be ideal work experience.
The buyer establishes, maintains and monitors supplier agreements of medium to high dollar, risk, and/or complexity. The buyer supports the selection, development and management of strategic and preferred suppliers to meet commodity cost and performance goals. The buyer will support custom and COTS(Commodity Off the Shelf) electronic components and assemblies.
In this role, you will develop inventory control and purchasing strategies based on value, history, forecasting, and special demands, while maintaining strategic balance between customer service and inventory turn goals.
In this role, the selected candidate will support technology strategies for IT Software Maintenance renewals; manage supplier performance programs; review, coordinate and execute transactions in P2P or contract system that comply with enterprise supplier purchasing and contracting processes.
In this role, you will utilize a risk based approach to assess inventory management processes and controls to ensure efficient and effective design and operating effectiveness to meet internal goals and governmental regulations.
In this role, you will be responsible to actively participate in developing and executing the long range regional and enterprise supply chain plan and corresponding project plans with the supply chain architecture leadership team.
The Master Data Management (MDM) / Supply Chain Reporting Analyst is responsible for supporting the technology, tools, resources and processes required to create / maintain consistent and accurate master data throughout the global organization.
In this role, the selected candidate plans and executes business analysis activities including stakeholder analysis, managing project risks and issues, monitor and report on requirements activities, participating or facilitating user acceptance testing through internal and/or external resources.