Sourcing Specialist II
Charlotte, NC 28202 US
HKA Enterprises is unable to support C2C. 3rd party submissions and C2C requests will not be considered for any positions.
This role is open to candidates in Charlotte and Raleigh. Hybrid opportunity, 2 days a week in the office required.
Develops sourcing strategies along with key customers for complex high value equipment or services, i.e. internationally sourced solar panels. Participates in cross functional teams to implement sourcing strategies , negotiates with middle, but primarily, upper level management of suppliers and manufacturers. Develops requests for quotations and proposals, analyzes supplier responses and negotiates and awards contracts and agreements. Performs purchase order and agreement maintenance including invoice mismatches, prices changes, etc. Maintains effective interfaces with internal and external customers and suppliers. Manages post award supplier activities, settlements, claims or disputes. Maintains knowledge of commodities, sources of supply, diversity opportunities and market conditions that may impact future procurement.
Bachelors Degree required
10 years experience in procurement sourcing
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