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Grundfos Purchasing Coordinator in Indjija, Serbia

Purchasing Coordinator

Application deadline:

Workplace: Hybrid Position

Job Location (Short): Indjija, Vojvodina, Serbia

Contract Type: Full-Time

Employment Type: Regular

What is the job about?

Provide administrative support to Indirect daily ordering and PO management activities. The person in this role need to make sure all placed orders coming via QP/SAP SRM are ordered within due time and delivered. The Purchasing Coordinator specialized in Indirect daily ordering and PO management has the end to end responsibility within his/her own area.

As Purchasing Coordinator, your job is also to oversee and ensure smooth production from the purchasing side, vendors are paid on time, stock and non-stock materials are available. In addition, provide administrative support on team level and be a role model in below mentioned key activities.

Your main responsibilities :

  • Maintain Info records, BOM

  • Provide administrative support in material creation

  • Identify and oversee critical items for production in order to prevent production stop

  • Contact person between production, suppliers/warehouse and other departments in case of wrong quality/items/delivery date and any/other related issue resolution

  • Support to convert Purchase request to Purchase order, coming from QP/ARIBA/SAP SRM

  • Handle order confirmations

  • Follow up on orders, using ZDMOPD/ME2N (delivery time, partial delivery, missing materials etc)

  • Handle Vendor Invoice management

  • Continuously gain and improve his/her knowledge in Quick Procurement process

  • Support indirect daily ordering process in general, answering for questions coming from end users/ requestors locally

  • Create and maintain Framework orders, share and communicate them towards end users and suppliers in their own area

  • The Purchasing coordinator need to be clear with all Purchasing related processes and principles in place and capable to use them, such as local DOA rules etc.

  • Local Vendor Ambassador related tasks

  • All other process related tasks and activities what are requested by the line manager

Your background

We imagine that you have:

  • 1-2 years’ work experience, ideally in multinational companies

  • Fluency English and Serbian

  • Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing systems and processes with positive attitude

  • Willingness to embrace new technology and workflows, showing flexibility and resilience in a dynamic environment

  • Ideally experience indirect and direct sourcing and/or operational procurement activities

  • Ideally understanding of the order flow and related procurement processes

  • Ideally solid Procurement system knowledge

  • Systematic and quality-oriented way of working, following instructions and procedures

  • Ability and willingness to work in a team environment

  • Distinct flexibility and capacity to work under pressure with regard to function and time

  • Sense of duty and responsibility

  • Communicative, people oriented

  • Willingness to acquire new skills

What’s in it for you?

What are your goals? Here at Grundfos it’s our mission to help you develop and fulfil your ambitions, both career and personal. We are guided by our six core values ( , and you’ll find that your fresh ideas will be welcomed and make a difference in everything from local to large-scale global projects. You’ll encounter colleagues from all over the world both as part of your daily work, supporting and all the while broadening each other’s cultural horizons.

In addition, your day-to-day benefits include:

Do you want to learn more?

If this job sounds appealing, please send your resume by clicking “Apply”.

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We look forward to hearing from you.

About Grundfos

Grundfos is one of the world’s leading water technology companies with more than 19.000 employees in 60+ countries all over the world. Our skills commit us to pioneering solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges and improve the quality of life for people. We dare to do things that others cannot or dare not do, as we believe innovation is not only a business opportunity, but an obligation. And what really matters to us is not short term profit, but the impact we make. By becoming part of our united powerful team, you too can drive this change no matter your role.

An inclusive team

We believe that the key to a work environment, where employees thrive and grow, is our ability to celebrate and value our differences in background, experiences and perspectives. In our recruitment process we welcome all professional people without consideration of age, colour, gender identity, national origin, physical or mental disability, ethnicity or religion.