Based on 99 responses, the job of Purchasing Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.92 out of 5. On average, Purchasing Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Purchasing Manager?
"Place of opportunities."
Purchasing Manager in Brampton:
Pros: Close to home
Purchasing Manager in Muskego:
Pros: It's a quick commute from the city and everything is easy to get to.
Cons: It's mostly fast food options for lunch
"The Level Of Involvement By Internal Stakeholders."
Ensure that you engage with the various internal stakeholders within the first 3 months of being in the organisation. This will allow you to get first hand information about the dynamics of each working environment within the organisation. Become pro-actively involved in the demand planning of each environment, upfront prior to budget approvals.
"Shopping lits and beyond."
Pros: Variety of day to day tasks . Managing peoples needs .
Pros: I enjoy the opportunity to learn.
Cons: I hate the opportunity to learnasd.
Pros: Dynamic activities, opportunity to negotiate and develop business with different companies and technologies.
Cons: Stressful environment, high pressure to meet deadlines.
"Attention To Detail And Retention Of Newly Acquired Skills."
Know your duties and responsibilities. Observe and know the current operation of the organization to identify weaknesses and strength and determine where it can be improved. Know each of your personnel's weaknesses and strength who are assigned under your supervision. Create a working environment to welcome teamwork, mentorship, training, incentives and recognition to those who exceed job expectations.