Procurement Engineer

Construction Estimation Department

Procurement Engineer

Professionals who are responsible for procuring technical goods and services that are used in the industrial operation of an organization. These engineers must evaluate all new and existing suppliers and negotiate purchase agreements to ensure that the purchased goods and services are delivered as promised.1


Years of experience we offer

0-5 years. If additional years of experience is necessary, we will be able to find the qualifying candidates.



Associates, Bachelors, Masters in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Business. 



Six Sigma Green Belt 

R Software

Engineer in Training Certification (EIT) 

Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM)



Project Management Professional (PMP)

Incident Safety Officer – Fire Suppression Certification (ISO)

Our Focus


What to Expect from Your Offshore Team

Your team will oversee ordering and determining what kind of equipment is needed for each project. They make sure to check specifications of the project to find out what vendors to order these specific pieces of equipment from. They must find these products on the budget of the project while maintaining the quality of all. They also must understand purchasing agreements and what is the best product for the projects. 


  1. What Does A Procurement Engineer Do. (2020, October 2).