Hiring – Purchase Engineer

Hiring – Purchase Engineer

Job Title: Purchase Engineer

Department / Group: Purchase

Qualification: B.E. / B. Tech. –  Mechanical

Experience: 4-5 Years of relevant experience

Age: 25 -30 Years

Communication Skill: Should have excellent written and verbal – English & Hindi

Specific Industry Experience: Preferred work experience from Engineering Industry

Computer Skills: MS Office, ERP


Personal Competencies:

  • Leadership
  • Communication & interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated with result driven approach
  • Problem analysis & decision making
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment


Technical Competencies:

  • Analyze problems
  • Find causes and problem solving
  • Awareness of Quality, Health & Safety Environment Practices
  • Ability to identify the most appropriate solution in the view of the circumstances and issues


Position Type: Full Time

Job Category: Technical / Non-Technical

Location of Job Posting: Unit-1 (Pune, Maharashtra) / Unit-2 (Pune, Maharashtra) / Unit-3 (Nadiad, Gujarat) / Unit-4 (Nadiad, Gujarat)


Job Description: Role and Responsibilities:

1.        Knowledge of raw material procurement, Stainless Steel sheets, plates, flats, pipes, rods, fittings etc

2.        Knowledge of raw material procurement, MS Sheets, plates, flats, pipes, rods, fittings etc

3.        Knowledge of procurement of bearings, seals, consumables etc

4.        Closing indents and Release Orders on time

5.        Vendor follow up to ensure timely delivery

6.        Awareness of Pune and Mumbai raw material market: Dealers / Distributors / Manufacturers

7.        Knowledge of ISO, ASME procedures would be an added advantage


Note: Submit your resumes at: [email protected] with PURC/2020/12/Purchase-Engineer as the subject line


Company Contact Info:

Address: Gat no 365, Mutha Road, Opposite Indo-German Technology Park, Village Urawade, Pune, Maharashtra 412108.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +91 20 6790 9600


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