International Logic Systems, Inc.

Procurement Specialist

Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Regular Full-Time


ILS is looking for a Procurement Specialist to support our contract in Philadelphia, PA. An in-person interview in Philadelphia, PA is required.   


This resource must be able to negotiate contract terms and conditions, understand comprehensive scopes of work, effectively work under a matrix management structure, and be able to work and communicate effectively with all levels of the company, and suppliers, and also lead cross-functional teams.


  • Purchase services and materials for business units and perform contract administration, including solicitation management and negotiation of contract terms and price
  • Execute purchasing process efficiently while ensuring the best value in commodity-focused sourcing and supply-chain administration
  • Communicate effectively with internal customers through in-depth understanding of department initiatives 


  • 7+ years of solid Procurement experience is required
  • Senior-level experience in purchasing or materials planning or related fields, and proven satisfactory prior job performance and a track record of improving business processes and delivering measurable results is required
  • The ideal candidate must have a thorough knowledge of commodity pricing, market trends, product availability, quality standards, sources of supply (including minority firms), negotiation techniques, value analysis, and other cost savings methods



Candidate must also:


  • Be detailed oriented and disciplined to ensure project completion and effective follow-through
  • Possess the ability to work effectively and efficiently within the integrated Ariba/ACE procurement system
  • Possess a high level of experience in Service procurements, negotiations of SLAs, Terms and Conditions, and total cost of ownership
  • A Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) or other supply chain/purchasing certification(s) is a plus.    





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