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As a buyer, in addition to external contacts with customers and suppliers, you will have frequent contact with internal stakeholders such as operational procurement that provides support and the product managers. The emphasis in this position is on: category buying, performing data analysis and contract management.
As a project buyer you are responsible for purchasing materials, products and services varying from spend that can amount to millions of euros
As a operational buyer you are responsible for the operational procurement process consisting of: ordering, monitoring, aftercare and evaluation
As category buyer, you are responsible for procuring materials, products and/or services within the assigned product category. This is in line with the defined purchasing strategy, at the most optimal cost and within specifications and planning
As a supply chain manager, you will play a crucial role in managing and improving inventory and logistics processes. You will operate internationally and work closely with various departments to provide advice and coordinate implementations that improve efficiency and cost control.