Centerra Group LLC.

Temporary Purchasing Coordinator

US-FL-Palm Beach Gardens
Job ID
2017-4796
Category
Purchasing - Procurement Specialist
Type
Temporary

Overview

Centerra, a Constellis Company, is the world’s leading international government solutions group, specializing in sectors where security, safety and mitigation of operational risk are considered strategic necessities. Centerra has evolved beyond security and fire support services, and continues to diversify and expand offerings primarily through organic growth and select targeted acquisitions. Centerra is now recognized as a major provider of integrated facilities support services for government and top commercial customers. Centerra’s lines of business include Security, Nuclear Surety, Fire and Emergency Services, Base Operations Support (BOS), Facilities, Fleet, Construction and Training services.

Centerra is seeking a Procurement Coordinator to work at our headquarters located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida for a 2-3 month project.

EOE Minority/Female/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. Centerra is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.

Responsibilities

Responsible for purchasing and coordinating the activities involved with the procurement of standard commercial supplies, materials, equipment and services, including processing and placing purchase orders; negotiating prices and obtaining goods/services at the lowest possible costs, consistent with considerations of quality, reliability of vendor and urgency of need; evaluating vendors and making recommending sources of supply; scheduling and expediting shipments and deliveries; maintaining printed and electronic records and files.

Qualifications

Experience with Deltek Costpoint is strongly preferred. Must possess strong analytical skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Background Investigation conducted.

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