Critical Link is seeking a motivated individual for a full-time position within the company’s production group supporting the procurement of digital electronic components used in our embedded processing products, with the expectation for future growth into supply chain management responsibilities.
- Innate organizational & planning skills are critical
- Attention to detail
- Good interpersonal and communications skills
- Experienced in the use of Excel (formula use) & Word
- Self-starter with the ability to quickly acquire new skills, comfortable taking on new tasks, and using various computer (PC-based) applications
- 4-year college degree is preferred, but not required
- Experience in electronics parts procurement is preferred, but not required
Typical Duties Will Include:
- Procure electronic part purchases through numerous suppliers
- Generate and track status of purchase orders using our MRP software system
- Monitor status of contract manufacturers assembling our products
- Expedite material purchases when necessary
- Participate in supply chain management and planning tasks for the production group
About Critical Link
Critical Link, LLC is a privately-held technology firm located in Syracuse, New York. The company was recently named one of Central New York’s Best Places to Work, and was selected as the STEM Company of the Year.
Critical Link was founded in 1997 as an embedded systems engineering firm. Fast forward to today, the company has maintained its position as a top provider of engineering services, while also establishing itself as a leading provider of board-level electronic products. The company focuses on industrial-class applications in manufacturing, medical, scientific and other industries, and works with customers around the world ranging from small start-ups to Fortune 50 organizations.
How to Apply
If you are interested in joining our team and feel you are a qualified candidate, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Application for Procurement Buyer” in the subject line. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.