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Continental Aluminum, a major recycler of aluminum and a
subsidiary of Metal Exchange Corporation, is seeking a Buyer/Junior Buyer at its
New Hudson, MI plant. This position is responsible for company purchases
including raw materials in accordance with identified company goals as well as
all maintenance and office supplies. The
Buyer will also handle accounts payable and receivable. Preferred candidates will have a minimum of
one year experience in Purchasing with a Bachelor‚ s degree.
Job Functions
  • Implements all aspects of raw material
    purchasing, inventory, material commodity, delivery, scheduling, open order
    report, position report, and settlement reports
  • Analyzes availability of commodity types and
    scrap mix to insure proper chemistry and maximum market spread
  • Confers with sales & operational personnel
    and reviews issues to determine changes as required
  • Maintains a commitment to the company‚ s quality
    and vision statements
  • Coordinates material scheduling and planning
  • Communicates clearly and directly with employees
    concerning purchases
  • Resolves accounts payable and receivable matters
    in a timely and accurate manner
  • Ensures
    company supplies are maintained at an adequate inventory and reacts quickly to
    emergency situations
Candidates must demonstrate a high level of proficiency in
Microsoft Office and have the ability to read, analyze, and interpret
financials, professional journals, technical procedures, and government regulations.
Starting salary is dependent on the candidate‚ s experience
and qualifications. The company offers
an excellent benefits package and the opportunity for advancement.
Interested candidates should submit their resume and salary requirements.

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