Bertrandt US

Automotive Buyer

1 month ago
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Bertrandt - your trustworthy engineering partner


Looking for a career, not just a job? Want to join a dynamic team working for an international industry leader? Enjoy an energetic work atmosphere? Bertrandt US may be just what you have been looking for! The Bertrandt Group has been providing development solutions for the international automotive and aviation industries in Europe, China and the USA for more than 40 years. A total of around 13,000 employees at 53 locations guarantee extensive know-how, sustainable project solutions and a high level of customer orientation. Its main customers include the major manufacturers and numerous system suppliers.



The Purchasing position will function as support to the Parts Technical & Stock Management Department. The Parts Technical & Stock Management Department is responsible for aftermarket and service part requirements (including, but not limited to, planning, expediting and delivery of service parts to various Parts Distribution Centers).


  • Creation of purchase orders
  • Processing of emergency requests for purchase orders
  • Negotiation of new pricing for run out parts based upon QAF (Quotation Analysis Form)
  • Development of proposals for stocking strategies for price optimization
  • Negotiation of Fabrication (Fab) and Hold Agreements with Suppliers


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business
  • Experienced Buyer (2 years minimum)
  • Strong Negotiation skills
  • Ability to develope bid packages
  • Experienced in Inventory Management
  • Strong cost analysis skills
  • Knowledge of automotive components and tooling
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 2013
  • Proficient with Microsoft Project
  • Proficient with SAP Materials Management module




  • Complete and comprehensive benefits package including Med/Dent/Vision
  • Employer paid STD/LTD/Life
  • 401k Retirement program
  • Generous paid vacation/sick/holidays
  • Creativity encouraged in a fun, friendly work environment


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