Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

  • Purchasing Specialist I

    Job Location US-CO-Aurora
    # of Openings
    Targeted Job Start Date
  • Overview

    The United States Postal Service (USPS) operates a complex logistics operation to transport mail and equipment between its mail processing and delivery facilities.  While some of the local transportation service within the larger metropolitan areas is provided by postal employees, the majority of the network is serviced by highway contract suppliers.  The complexity of the network requires continuous adaptations, resulting in requests for new service, or contract modifications.  Transportation purchasing in the USPS environment requires technically skilled and knowledgeable personnel who specialize in the commodity, and that are well versed in procurement, contract administration, and contract law.  


    • Interpret and explain contracts, their terms and their implications.
    • Document terms, data and status of projects in associated systems.
    • Negotiate and update contracts, their rates and their terms with vendors.
    • Draft, edit and verify contracts and their amendments, updating associated schedules.
    • Research and document relevant laws, technical needs and other factors.


    • Must be a U.S. citizen
    • Full background check including drug screening 
    • Skills/Specialties include: Contract Negotiation, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, DoD, Federal Contracts Manager
    • Years of experience: 5
    • Education: Bachelor degree in a business related discipline supported by 24 credit hours of business
    • Strong analytical and decision making skills
    • Demonstrated collaborative communication skills with varied stakeholder groups
    • Strong written communication
    • Experience in supply chain management; specifically procuring contracts for services desired

    EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/Disabled.


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