Supply Chain Coordinators are responsible for the supervision of inbound and outbound traffic, managing the buying and delivery process of goods or services and the placement and delivery of purchase orders. From the beginning of a project and evaluating bids, a Supply Chain Coordinator oversees large projects form the initial bid, purchasing, shipping coordination, until the delivery and following up on the completion of the order.
Often supply chain coordinators purchase a large volume and variety of materials, supplies and services. They negotiate pricing, delivery, quantity and service by seeking out methods and processes that are more efficient and reduce cost and improve quality. An effective coordinator will be organized, able to work under strict deadlines, be a team player and have excellent interpersonal skills.
Our newest supply chain coordinator jobs are listed below; however, we receive new positions regularly and it is always a good idea to have your resume and security clearance status updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Browse the supply chain coordinator jobs below or call 800-522-8998 today to speak with a recruiter. Though we hire nationwide, many of our local supply chain coordination jobs are in Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.