• Buyer

    Job Location IT-Zola Predosa (BO)
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Procurement & Supply Chain
  • Overview

    Enerray S.p.A. – founded in 2007 and entirely controlled by Seci Energia, Gruppo Industriale Maccaferri – is leader in the design, development and management of small, medium and large photovoltaic systems. Enerray’s services are based on a well-established and continuously growing experience, acquired on more than 230 installed plants with a total power of more than 200 MW and many others under construction. This growth since it was first established supports the company’s status as a reference point in its business sector. Enerray’s strong know-how and association with a major industrial group, with more than a 130-year history and 57 production plants, confirms Enerray as a reliable technological partner from a project’s bankability perspective. Enerray’s headquarter is in Italy (Bologna). Enerray owns subsidiaries in Mexico, Romania, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Brazil, Costa Rica, Thailand, Morocco and is active in many different countries.


    Enerray offers its customers turnkey solutions for photovoltaic systems for industrial roofing, shelters, on-ground installations and greenhouses. The Company’s experience enables it to provide its customers with a high quality service, who can then rely on a long-lasting PV system with a guaranteed and verifiable performance. Enerray is able to provide support starting from the preliminary and feasibility phases. Its skilled and qualified staff is able to find the best technical solutions and achieve the highest performance, highlighting the economic and financial aspects which optimize the project. Enerray carefully selects each component on the global market, ensuring the best quality, reliability and costs ratio. Sound partnerships have been drawn up with leading PV component suppliers to provide its customers with the best supply conditions for PV modules, inverters, support structures and transformers.

    Besides design and construction, Enerray offers a 20-year O&M contract, thereby ensuring maintenance and warranty for the plant’s entire life cycle. Enerray’s customer support service monitors the plants by using its own remote system to control all critical parameters. By choosing Enerray, companies can count on a partner who allows them to focus on their own business with the delegation of all PV activities and management to Enerray that can even support its customer in finding the necessary loans to start the PV business.


    The International Procurement Department activity consist in executing all the processes involving the supply chain lifecycle:


    Identification of Need;

    Supplier Identification;

    Supplier Communication;


    Supplier relationship;

    Contract/PO edit/emission/management;

    Coordination of local Procurement Offices;

    Market Analysis.


    The candidate will be part of the Procurement office based in Zola Predosa, will work close to the chief procurement officer and to the logistic manager. Will support the department doing:


    Benchmarking analysis

    Supplier scouting for each system component on both international and regional markets

    Management of cost database

    Costsheet analysis assisting other departments

    Issuing of purchasing orders

    Assistance in the edit of contracts

    Support to suppliers communication

    Support to the negotiation process



    • Engineering graduation;
    • Fluent English;
    • Spanish will be considered a plus;
    • Good knowledge of ERP systems, with experience using SAP System;
    • Good knowledge and application of MS Office package;
    • MS Project;
    • General knowledge of Autocad
    • 3 years of experience in an international EPC company in the renewable energy sector whether as equivalent role or as project manager. A previous experience in the photovoltaic sector will be considered a plus.


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