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Buyer
Mexico
Mar 03, 2019
Salary: Negotiable
Experience 1.0-2.0 years
Job Category Procurement Jobs
Employment Type Full time
Industry Oil & Gas
Skill Proficient in the use of MS Office computer applications including Word, Excel, Access, Power Point.
Role Buyer / Procurement Jobs ,Other Procurement Jobs
Designation Other
Education B.B.A,B.Tech/B.E
No. of vacancies 1
About Company

With the first ventures from land to near-shore marshlands and then to out-of-sight-of-land and increasingly deep waters, innovation is our legacy, our present and our future.

Ralph Thomas McDermott established J. Ray McDermott & Company Incorporated at the age of 24 upon receipt of a contract to build 50 wooden drilling rigs for a wildcatter in Luling, Texas. Knowing he could benefit from his father's long-time experience in the lumber and oilfield construction businesses, Ralph made John Raymond McDermott a partner and the company’s namesake.

Expanded the business from its original headquarters in Eastland, Texas, to Luling, Texas, after a boom in oil exploration in the area.

Moved the company to Houston, Texas, with the continuing oil boom.

Provided different services to the oil industry through three McDermott family-owned businesses: J. Ray McDermott & Co., Elmax Construction, and Stall & McDermott.

Hired the company’s first construction crew, a team of six.

Opened a New Orleans, Louisiana, office.

Introduced the first use of floating drilling equipment in low-lying marshlands of Texas and Louisiana.

Purchased J.G. McMullen Dredging Company and established it as the Olsen Dredging Company.

Reorganized the multiple McDermott family business operations into one: J. Ray McDermott & Co., Inc. of Delaware.

Designed and installed the first fixed platform made of steel out-of-sight-of-land, in 20 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico for Superior Oil.

Established a contracting division, which was the major operating segment during the early years.

Acquired assets of Harry F. Allsman Company, McDermott’s joint venture partner for several contracting jobs in the Gulf of Mexico, which provided equipment to meet the new demand for offshore construction.

Commissioned construction of the first vessel designed specifically for offshore work (Derrick Barge 4).

The company’s Oil Division was organized.

Job Description

Job Description:

The Buyer is designated to lead the procurement process from receipt of a requisition through placement of a Purchase Order, to include maintenance of the Purchase Order and expediting, if required. Responsible for activities involved with the procurement of all equipment and materials required to support Project, MRO and Shared Services operations related to the Atlantic divisions.  
 

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Principal contact for all commercial and contractual matters.
  • Sourcing and selection of suppliers, negotiation of terms and conditions, execution of purchase orders and award of contract agreements.
  • Provide recommendations to Management for suppliers based on service provider performance on both price and non-price factors.
  • Work with Management to review resources and capital and budgetary expenditure levels, to establish volume purchase agreements.
  • Identification, evaluation, preparation and subsequent negotiation of change orders.
  • Processing of changes with Vendors as directed.
  • Identification, evaluation and monitoring of risks to JRM related to selection of alternate Vendor proposals.
  • Facilitates pre and post award meetings with vendors.
  • Clarification of  purchase request(s) and requisition(s)
  • Ensure compliance with established JRM Policies and Procedures.
  • Ensure that all relevant documents, approvals, and cost center codes have been obtained and are accurate prior to purchase order processing.
  • Maintenance of purchasing records and value accrual amounts for project capital expenditures (ACE/AFE).
  • Assist with the development and update of cost forecasts.
  • Reconcile purchases for the end of project close out process.
  • Provision of input to weekly / monthly reports.
  • Working in accordance with company policies and statutory obligations

Job Requirements *

  •   Bachelor's degree in an engineering or business related field, or the equivalent experience
  • 1 to 2 years prior procurement / purchasing directly concerned with Maintenace, Repairs, Operations
  • Ability to accomplish established objectives within a diverse corporate environment.
  • Ability to manage multiple and conflicting priorities.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally in a business environment.
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office computer applications including Word, Excel, Access, Power Point.
  • Bi-lingual in English and Spanish both written and verbal
  • Travel requirements - 100%

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