Vintage Wine Estates, Inc.

  • Temporary Purchasing Support for MRO and Dry Goods

    Job Locations US-CA-Santa Rosa
    Type
    Temporary Full-Time
    Category
    Purchasing/Demand Planning
    Location : Name
    Headquaters
  • Overview

    Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. is a collection of vintner family-owned winery estates and brands based in Santa Rosa, California. We are an industry leader across all sales channels and dedicated to providing wine consumers with a range of wine selections from $10 to $100 dollars. Vintage Wine Estates is a dynamic, growing organization seeking a Temporary Purchasing Support person. Customer service is central in our culture, with focus on both our external and our internal customers. We value individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit who enjoy working with a professional, results-driven team in a collaborative environment.

     

    This position will provide purchasing support for MRO and Dry Goods. The length of the assignment is anticipated to be 3 months, however has a strong potential to become a regular full time opportunity. The hours for this position are 8:00am-5:00pm Monday - Friday. 

    Responsibilities

    Primary Duties will include:

    • ERP System Data Input
      • PO Data Entry
      • PO Receiving
      • Item set up
    • ERP and Data Comparison using advanced Excel

    Qualifications

    The Ideal candidate will have:

    • ERP system experience with data entry (NAV experience is preferred)
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Proven accuracy
    • Advanced Excel 
      • Formatting data for review
      • Pivot tables
      • Formula creation (VLookup)
    • A positive an can do attitude

    Vintage Wine Estates provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

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