Procurement expert - CAPEX (f/m/x)

Mondi Group


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€ 60,000 gross/year


Accounting, Finance


in-office, flexible

Procurement expert - CAPEX (f/m/x)

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your profile

  • Experience of Plant and Machinery Procurement and Capital Expenditure Purchases at an International level

  • Educated to degree or equivalent level

  • Circa 4+ years’ experience in a Technical Procurement environment working on MRO, CAPEX projects, experience with equipment, favourable in Pulp & Paper or Chemical industry

  • Team player, business orientation and assertive personality, strong negotiation skills are essential

  • Working proficient in English, Knowledge of SAP would be advantageous

  • Flexibility in terms of working location and willingness to go on assignment if needed (several months up to 2-3 years)

about the company

Mondi is a global leader in packaging and paper with over 100.000 customized innovative solutions that are sustainable by design: Paper where possible, plastic when useful. Our group employs around 26.000 people in more than 100 operations in over 30 countries and is organised across four business units: Corrugated Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Engineered Materials and Uncoated Fine Paper.

diversity statement

"Diversity is our advantage. Therefore, we welcome all applications equally – independent of age, sex, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion/ideology, disabilities, sexual orientation and identity."

your area of responsibility

  • Be the expert in the project team for the Plant and Machinery Procurement and Capital Expenditure Purchases in one of our defined strategic investment projects

  • Liaise with Engineering and Project teams and develop the procurement strategy for each project.

  • Be in the leading role in commercial negotiations; evaluate together with the technical team Tender responses in terms of Safety, Health & Environment, Quality and Value for Money. Negotiate contract terms and conditions considering the required project milestones and ensure compliance with relevant International Laws and Trading practices

  • Assist in the identification of new suppliers and ensure due diligence is carried out for all new sources of supply; evaluate suppliers based on price, quality, selection, service, support, availability, reliability, production and distribution capabilities, and the supplier's reputation and history.

  • Evaluate and monitor contract performance following contract placement to ensure compliance with contractual obligations and to determine need for changes. This includes also the responsibility about Claim management

  • Perform expediting activities together with relevant project team members and visits to ensure adherence to schedule and milestone activities.

the benefits

  • Location: Vienna (AT)

  • Start date: as soon as possible, considering your availability (e.g. notice period)

  • Extent: full-time, 38 hours/week, all-in contract

  • We offer a minimum compensation package starting at € 60,000 gross/year on a full-time basis (38 hours/week), with the opportunity of overpayment depending on your experience, skills and qualification.


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