Junior Buyer

$50,000 - $60,000 yearly

Job Category:Supply Chain

Position Type:Direct Hire / Permanent

Work Model:In Office

Location:North Aurora, Illinois  [In Office]

Job ID:125404

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Job Description

Our client is a leader in the construction industry and is looking to bring someone on their team as a Junior Buyer. This position will be balancing purchasing and supplier relations in the west suburbs of Chicago. 

Buyer Responsibilities:

  • Attain quotes, place purchase orders and follow up on past due PO’s
  • Manage supplier relationships 

Buyer Requirements:
  • 1-2+ years of purchasing experience working in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience in ERP systems along with Kanban knowledge
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with all levels of supplier personnel and is responsible for maintaining supplier relationships

Interested in this position and want to be a part of a growing company? Apply today!

Thank you,

Imaan Khan
Project Manager
LaSalle Network



LaSalle Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer m/f/d/v.

LaSalle Network is the leading provider of direct hire and temporary staffing services. For over two decades, LaSalle has helped organizations hire faster and connect top talent with opportunities, from entry-level positions to the C-suite. With units specializing in Accounting and Finance, Administrative, Marketing, Technology, Supply chain, Healthcare Revenue Cycle, Call Center, Human Resources and Executive Search. LaSalle offers staffing and recruiting solutions to companies of all sizes and across all industries. LaSalle Network is the premier staffing and recruiting firm, earning over 100 culture, revenue and industry-based awards from major publications and having its company experts regularly contribute insights on retention strategies, hiring trends and hiring challenges, and more to national news outlets.