Purchasing & Production Assistant Analyst

South Gate Engineering    Chino, CA
Job Description

SGE is a privately held rapidly growing company with a small company atmosphere specializing in engineering, design and manufacturing. SGE is led by an energized management team that brings youth and years of experience to a great business. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes: medical, 401(k), vacation, sick etc.

Currently located in Chino, California, the company s headquarters house its Administration, Engineering and Design, Manufacturing, and Customer Support departments.


We are looking for a person with solid purchasing and production analysis experience, contract negotiations and computer skills. This person must have the ability to multi-task and be self-motivated. This person must work well independently, and be enthusiastic about being an integral part of the growth of SGE. This position reports directly to the Plant Superintendent and would handle day-to-day purchasing and production functions and interact with Engineering, Accounting and Receiving departments. This person would be responsible for day-to-day procurement of pipe, fittings and structural items in a wide variety of materials, including Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and some exotic metals to ASME and ASTM requirements. A strong working knowledge of the above mentioned materials is a plus.


  • Source and procure materials from drawings and bills of materials.
  • Generate RFQ’s (request for quotes) to multiple vendors ensuring competitive pricing.
  • Use ERP system to issue and track Purchase Orders.
  • Provide tracking data and order status as required by manufacturing personnel.
  • Use ERP system to create, process, monitor and close Work Orders used throughout manufacturing.
  • Assist with material inventory control
  • Experience with Microsoft office suite.
  • Plan inventory to meet accessory demand.
  • Participate in source selection.
  • Participate in weekly production meetings.

    A strong working knowledge of plate, pipe, fittings and structural items in a wide variety of materials, including Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and some exotic metals to ASME and ASTM requirements.

    3-5 years experience in purchasing/senior buyer/production analysis position in a manufacturing setting.

    Bilingual – Spanish a plus.

    Associates or Bachelor degree would be a plus.Strong analytical skills; Must be Detail OrientedSelf starter, motivatedWorks well under pressureExcellent written and oral communication skills

    Compensation: negotiable based on experience and salary history

    Additional company information at: www.southgateengineering.com

    Job Type: Full-time


  • Microsoft Office: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Contract Negotiation: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Analysis Skills: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Education:

  • Associate (Preferred)
  • Language:

  • Spanish (Preferred)

  • Mon, 17 Jun 2019 17:51:51 GMT

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