When building the tallest buildings, the longest bridges and the biggest airplanes, people put their trust in the market-leading measurement and surveying solutions from Leica Geosystems. Leica Geosystems' success story is built on a strong foundation of innovation, quality and professionalism which we owe to our 4,500 employees based in 33 countries. It is important to us that our people have the chance to make meaningful contributions to the business while actively developing their own talents and careers.
To complement our team we are looking for a
Procurement Specialist (f/m)
Your main tasks include:
Project collaboration with focus on customer-specific parts (price negotiation, master data, BMC-Tracking etc.)
Supplier evaluation, auditing, benchmarking including contract processing and quality agreements
Support of strategic suppliers (mainly mechanics and optics), coordinated Design-Ins including production partners and close collaboration with R&D
Support for life cycle, quality concerns, phase-out
Support for vendor release process
periodic supplier discussions and tradefair visits
several years of working experience in material managment or procurement
procurement specific education or additional training
basic education in mechanics or optics would be a benefit
good knowledge about MS-Office and experience in using ERP-Systems (ideally SAP/R3)
willingness to travel
business fluent English and German skills
Leica Geosystems is a globally active company based in the St. Galler Rheintal in Switzerland. With its advanced technology, it has been revolutionizing the world of measurement and surveying for 200 years. Quality, innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit are components of our success story. Would you like to be a part of this?
We offer exciting tasks within an international operating company, interesting development opportunities as well as an attractive and modern work environment, pleasant working atmosphere and flexible working times.
Mr Thomas Gölles looks forward to answer your first questions (+41 71 727 3567). Please send your written application including CV and certificates to Ms. Karin Stäbler from Human Resources department.