Procurement Professional Careers at 1000Bulbs.com

1000Bulbs.com is the largest lighting internet company in America. Since 1994 we have built a universal supply solution one satisfied customer at a time. Due to rapid growth we are currently seeking to expand our procurement department. We are looking for highly organized, analytical thinkers capable of multitasking in a fast paced environment

Job Description: The Inventory Planner/Buyer position includes: Managing the inventory for a defined group of product lines while maintaining excellent working relationships with our suppliers and inter-company departments (including: Accounting, Sales, Customer Service, Warehouse, etc.)

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Experience in the lighting industry is a plus.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Highly organized excellent time management skills.
  • 3+ years of previous procurement experience.
  • Microsoft Excel experience, Intermediate Skill Level-is a must.
  • Desktop computer and database applications skills.
  • Ability to solve day to day problems and address normal business issues.
  • Ability to maintain professional customer service based relationship with suppliers and team members.
  • ERP/MRP inventory/purchasing experience.

SPECIFIC SKILLS:

  • Manage forecasts to insure efficient and timely flow of inventory.
  • Issuance of purchase orders.
  • Resolve backorders with timely delivery of product or determining alternatives.
  • Resolve receiving discrepancies.
  • Manage stock levels to ensure consistency with management direction.
  • Ensure data integrity.

OUR TEAM MEMBERS ENJOY:

  • A friendly, fast-paced professional environment.
  • Comprehensive benefit package including coverage for Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401(k) & Stock Option Plans.

If you are interested in working for this growing and dynamic company please send resume with salary requirements to: Cynthia Quick cquick@1000Bulbs.com

back to Careers at 1000Bulbs.com


100bulbs.com Changing the way people buy lightbulbs