SMBC Group

  • IT Purchasing Analyst (Contract)

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Posting Date 3 weeks ago(1/5/2019 4:57 AM)
    Career Category
    Position ID
    2018- 0568
    Corporate Title
  • Overview

    SMBC has a six month assignment supporting IT Global Finance and Administration Team members in day to day operating activities, this may include but is not limited to such efforts as the following.



    – Invoice registration into internally used Lotus Notes database
    – Receiving and recording shipments of IT hardware and software
    – Performing reconciliations between shipments received and purchase orders
    – Assist procurement process with obtaining quotation from IT vendor and with creating Purchase Order

    Asset Management support
    – Data reconciliation in Asset Management system
    – Resolving discrepancies or reconciling newly uploaded items and purchased items
    – Provide necessary assistance to the team members who are working on Asset Management system
    enhancement projects.
    – Assist decommission / disposal process
    – Reconcile asset ledger provided by Tokyo Head Office to internal Purchase Orders to support the matching
    process and to maintain validity of the inventory
    – Work on annual HW Physical Inventory with IT Team.  




    – Strong hands on experience, background and knowledge of accounting including handling Purchase Orders, Invoices.
    – Basic knowledge of commonly used IT Hardware and software products in IT and Financial Organizations
    – Experience with working with IT Vendors
    – Experience with Physical Equipment Inventory Management
    – Strong verbal and written communication skills
    – Honest, Hardworking and Reliable
    – Capable of following instructions accurately 



    Required Skills

    Intermediate knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Share Point, Outlook, Lotus Notes, basic knowledge of Oracle Accounting system.



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