Junior Buyer

The Role:

A social and close-knit Southwest London interior design studio is looking for a positive and hardworking Junior Buyer to get stuck into their successful business.

In this role, you will work closely between the design team and the operations/warehouse team to ensure the smooth running of their projects’ buying, warehouse, and admin sides.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who has a genuine appreciation for the interior design industry and wants to further their experience within the project/operations side of a creative and supportive business.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ordering and buying for projects, including furniture, fabrics, bespoke items and soft furnishings
  • Finalise purchase details of orders and deliveries, communicating lead times, confirmations and more to design and logistics teams
  • Track deliveries into the warehouse
  • Book incoming products in the internal systems, noting deliveries and distributing them appropriately within the warehouse.
  • Carry out and complete quality checks on related warehouse projects, overseeing the recording of stock
  • Liaise with suppliers ensuring all incoming products are within required time frames
  • Action and track refunds and book couriers and deliveries
  • Create trusted relationships with trade suppliers, regularly communicating and negotiating on product
  • Regularly liaise with the design team to ensure project procurement needs are appropriately executed.
  • Assist operations team with project deadlines and requirements, reporting to the Operations Project Manager and working closely alongside the finance team
  • Regularly review upcoming and existing projects, ensuring efficiency.
  • Assist design team with packaging accessories, ironing items, framing artwork, etc
  • Meet and greet clients and visitors and answer incoming calls

Key Skills:

  • Ability to work in a team as well as autonomously with a self-starter approach to work
  • Excellent organisation and communication skills
  • High attention to detail and naturally process-driven
  • Flexible, friendly and attentive attitude
  • Previous operations/admin/organisation experience in a creative environment is ideal

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Creative Support
Ref: 00597
Permanent
£23-26K pa
London

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Corrine Munro

corrine@thecrowdcreative.com
+44(0)203 478 1710

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