Trainee Procurement

Employer: Michelin Romania
Domain:
  • Acquisitions - Logistics - Supplies
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: Student/Graduate
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Ilfov
  • Updated at: 20.10.2021

    If negotiation is your native language, you can advocate with us an opportunity. Let’s team up if you are searching for a full time, 1 year paid internship in Procurement.

    You may be perfect for the role if you are:

    • Student or a fresh graduate;
    • Good level of English;
    • Attention to details and a customer-oriented approach;
    • Good problem-solving skills;
    • Interested in developing yourself;
    • Curious and organized;
    • You bring creativity to the table, to develop new ideas and approaches.
    As a trainee, you will:
    • Put that knowledge into practice, in real business scenarios;
    • Take part in various activities in our Source to Pay department;
    • Work together with our colleagues until you gain independence for your own projects;
    • Create and consolidate reports;
    • Process the purchase request in order to obtain the best offer;
    • Handle and solve issues related to blocked invoices;
    • Ensure the products are delivered in accordance with deadlines.
    What we offer:
    • 1 year work contract and on the job training;
    • Flexible work schedule and the possibility to work from home;
    • Meal vouchers and lunch discount;
    • Private medical and dental subscription;
    • Gym subscription at a preferential price;
    • Partial deduction of vacation and public transport costs;
    • Employee discounts and financial aids;
    • Free fruit, juice, water and coffee at the office;
    • A multicultural environment based on Respect for our people;
    • A multinational structure where you can start building your career.

    How we recruit:
    Once you submit your application, one of our recruiters reviews it. If your profile fits our role:
    • We have a phone call to get to know each other;
    • We meet in a face to face (or online, depending the context) interview, with a recruiter and the hiring manager.


    Pass all stages with flying colors, and we’ll send you an offer