Purchasing Officer (Gaming Products) (5845) 36 views
CareerFinders, on behalf of our client, one of Cyprus’ most well-known and respected distributors of technology-related products to consumers across the Island, we are seeking to recruit a Purchasing Officer (Gaming Products) to be based in their Nicosia headquarters. The successful applicant will primarily be responsible for negotiating with both Local and International suppliers to purchase gaming-related products at the most competitive possible prices. You will also be responsible for monitoring stock levels of gaming-related products and ensuring ongoing levels of stock are maintained through pro-active supply chain management. You will hold previous experience in purchasing and will possess excellent communication and negotiation skills. Fluency in Greek is essential as well as a reasonable level of English.
- Communicate with existing and potential vendors/suppliers.
- Compare and evaluate offers from suppliers.
- Negotiate contract terms and pricing of gaming-related products.
- Track orders and ensure timely delivery.
- Review quality of purchased products.
- Enter order details (e.g. vendors, quantities, prices) into internal databases.
- Maintain updated records of purchased products, delivery information and invoices.
- Prepare reports on purchases, including cost analyses.
- Monitor stock levels and place orders as needed.
- Coordinate with warehouse staff to ensure proper storage.
- Any relevant academic background related to Information Technology or Supply Chain Management is desirable, but not essential.
- 1+ years of previous purchasing experience is essential.
- Good knowledge of vendor sourcing practices (researching, evaluating and liaising with vendors).
- Any previous experience with the purchasing of gaming related products will be considered a significant advantage.
- Excellent negotiation and communication skills are a must.
- A passion and knowledge for Gaming.
- Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office especially MS Excel.
- Fluency in Greek (Written & Spoken) is a must; a reasonable level of English is also required.