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Purchasing Clerk

Description

Noble Supply & Logistics is a global provider of supply, procurement, and logistics solutions to the U. S. Military, Federal, State, and local Governments. Our global footprint includes operations, distribution centers, and consolidation points throughout the U. S., Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. Committed to quick and efficient responses with the right products and services, we offer multiple GWAC contracts, easy purchasing of supplies and logistics services, and a dedicated team that helps our customers get their jobs done. Noble is committed to quality products and services for our customers, ethical and fair relationships with our suppliers, and a safe and satisfying environment for our employees.

Noble s Inventory Purchasing Coordinator I
is responsible for sourcing and purchasing maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO), building, and industrial products for our U. S. Military customers at our Pearl Harbor/Hickam facility. This on-site product specialist sources and procures a wide variety of products sales activities to and supports the warehouse team, as needed. The Inventory Purchasing Coordinator I also provides customer service support with product expertise, order tracking, and problem resolution. Duties include:

  • Creating and reviewing purchase orders, contacting vendors to confirm pricing and availability, placing orders to meet customers schedules, and following up with suppliers on order status
  • Providing customer service support with order confirmations, product availability, problem resolution, product expertise, order tracking, back orders, and warranty information
  • Expediting orders and coordinating with logistics suppliers for delivery of urgent orders
  • Entering customer, product, and vendor data in Noble s proprietary ecommerce operating system in compliance with contractual requirements
  • Working with warehouse staff to receive, inspect, and shelve incoming shipments
  • Investigating and resolving purchase orders and pricing discrepancies as well as quantity and product description issues, while recording all activity changes on purchase orders in the system
  • Selecting carriers, negotiating rates, and managing operational issues with freight carriers
  • Processing freight invoices, resolving freight claims, and issuing freight credits


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