Capex mro buyer

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Active project team member on new/existing programs assigned that includes but is not limited to managing the sourcing timeline and coordination of activities of Capital Expenditure (CAPEX)/ Maintenance, Repair and Operating (MRO) supplies buying to ensure project(s) assigned are on time and under budget. Work closely with Procurement and Manufacturing Managers to provide necessary operational as well as strategic support and advice on matters related to capital equipment expenditures and MRO purchases. Co-ordinates and encourages integration with the internal customer to meet their requirements (user team meetings, project teams, on-site operations teams/management) Generation and maintenance of CAPEX/MRO program management and tracking sheets for sourcing activities of new/existing items. Generation of approved supplier bid list that is appropriate for program specific items in terms of supplier capability, quality and potential competitiveness. Generation of RFQ / RFP Packages for the selected supplier bid process. Quote return management and analysis to ensure suppliers have submitted proposals on time, in the correct format and for bid completion. Coordination of pricing negotiations involving the appropriate personnel, management and resources from other departments to obtain the most competitive commercial agreement. Generation and submission of business award by item(s) to kick off supplier activities to meet program timing. Issue Purchase Orders for all new project tooling that includes but is not limited to prototype tooling to the awarded suppliers. Ongoing project team support as changes in customer requirements or timeline Prototype component orders for each of the new components to meet all the build trials. Communicate and coordinate all the purchasing activities with the project manager and launch coordinators. Participation, completion and analysis of reporting requirements both regional and with quality and environment standards procedures and instructions (where applicable)

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