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Purchasing managers are responsible for making major buying decisions on behalf of the company they work with. They look for the best goods, services or equipment they can get at the most competitive prices so that their company can continue to operate efficiently while still being able to make a profit. Keeping a check on stock levels, predicting demand for products or services, looking for best value for money, and developing a solid purchasing strategy are just some of the many responsibilities of a purchasing manager.
The qualifications necessary for this role may vary considerably depending on the size of the company as well as the industry. Larger companies will only hire candidates who have a minimum bachelor's degree in a field related to business, marketing, purchasing or retail management. Construction, engineering. and other technology firms will look for applicants who have the relevant knowledge and qualifications.
At your interview, the interviewer will ask you about your qualifications and experience in the field. They will also want to know why you chose this job and what skills you have that make you the best person for this role. If you want to know more about questions that are commonly asked at purchasing manager interviews, you will find several at Mock Questions.