As a buyer, how do you decide to end a negotiation for the purchase of a particular item?

When my target price and terms have been reached.
When delivery of the product must be made.
When a better offer from another supplier has been received.
When the product or service is no longer needed.
When the price and terms offered seem reasonable.

The American Purchasing Society's Career Center is intended to assist prospective employees connect with employers for careers in procurement, purchasing, and buying. We have developed this service to be simple to use for both job hunters and employers. This service is meant to offer various purchasing positions to help make the procurement career and employee search seamless for all parties involved.

Job Hunters

Purchaser job hunters can easily send their resume to employer job postings with a single click of a button! On the same note, employers will be able to review your resume only if you have made it public. Otherwise, nobody will see it unless you send it yourself! Buyers job resources are available to you FREE, courtesy of the American Purchasing Society.

Job Seekers can choose to:


Employers may post procurement and purchasing related jobs to this website. In addition to posting procurement job opportunities, employers can also browse through any publicly available procurement resumes. This is made available to you courtesy of the American Purchasing Society.

Employers can choose to:

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Angie Birt
Production Planer
Fort Amanda Specialties
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