Sample Procurement Clerk CV Template

September 10, 2011

Procurement Clerks assigned in purchasing offices of many companies large or small processes approved purchase requests for office supplies and materials coming from various line and staff offices, prepare purchase orders, track purchases, and handle follow up about orders. They ensure that the accredited lists of vendors and suppliers are updated and that purchases are made and delivered in accordance to specifications and arrive as scheduled.

Sample Procurement Clerk CV Template

Thomas B. Hershey

Westgate St, Newcastle, England

Phone:  0191-4461187

[email protected]

Objective

To work as a Procurement Clerk or a large retail or manufacturing company

Professional Experience

2002 – Present: Assistant Procurement Clerk, Consolidated Manufacturing, Ltd.

  • Regularly review list of accredited suppliers for specific office supplies to ensure the most cost effective sourcing.
  • Ensure that purchase requests are properly filled out in terms in accordance with company purchasing regulations.
  • Consolidate purchase requests of commonly ordered items to secure one-shot bulk order to secure better deals.
  • Ensure that inventory of commonly used offices supplies are adequate before processing purchase requests.
  • Prepare purchase orders based on purchase requests and ensure error-free processing and confer with originating offices of concerns of questions.
  • Respond to stocking level alerts in inventory management system.

Skills

  • Excellent  eye for detail with basic computational skills
  • Above average computer literacy to handle in-house purchasing and inventory management systems.
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills

Achievements

Awarded Employee of the Year 2005 for high performance ranking

Education

1999 – 2002: BA Commerce (undergraduate), Lewisham College, London

Reference

Can be provided upon request

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