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Company Name:
Ascott Group
We are the Ascott Group...
a search firm specializing in the Solid State lighting industry. We have positions at all levels with Architectural, commercial, Industrial, Residential, and Solid State Lighting devices, modules, Systems, lamp, and ballast manufacturers.
Our client is a world class design driven lighting manufacturer established in 1946 developing HID, LED, CFL, motion sensing technology driven lighting systems. Continued growth has them seeking an experience electrical/lighting product sourcing specialist to assume the role of:
Buyer - Bergen County, New Jersey facility - Local candidates only!
Are you familiar with electronics components? Do you enjoy dealing with electronics suppliers both domestically and internationally? Do you excel at sourcing components and negotiating prices?
If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. Working for a company with long established brand and exploding growth, reporting directly to the VP of Purchasing, you will support the new product team's objectives to obtain targets in quality, delivery and cost effectiveness.
Responsibilities
Source electronics components
Propose and evaluate substitute component parts
Provide estimated cost based on power supply BOM
Evaluate and qualify electronics vendors
Negotiate for price, delivery and quality

Education & Experience Required
Bachelors' degree in business or engineering required
Minimum 3-5 years of electronics sourcing experience

Required Skills
Microsoft Office suite

Compensation
Competitive salary
Annual bonus program
First class health insurance benefits (Medical, Dental, LTD, Life)
401(k) and profit sharing retirement plan with employer matching
Paid holidays, vacation and sick/personal days
Job related education reimbursement
H1B Sponsorship Available

Please read the qualifications for this position carefully. The successful applicant will have to get up to speed quickly and therefore, we can only consider those who meet all the criteria listed above.
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