The average market salary offered to procurement managers by Moscow companies is 45 thousand rubles. In St. Petersburg, suppliers can expect a salary of 37 thousand rubles. per month. In Kazan and Omsk, purchasing managers earn about 20 thousand rubles. These are the results of a study conducted in July 2011 by the research center of the superjob portal.
The company examined the salaries of purchasing managers in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Omsk, Samara, Ufa and Chelyabinsk.
The requirements for applicants applying for the position of purchasing manager for the first time are quite concise. Novice specialists must have business communication skills and computer skills (MS Office, 1С). Chances for employment are graduates of universities and colleges, as well as applicants with incomplete higher education. Salaries offered to beginners in the capital range from 25 to 30 thousand rubles, in the city on the Neva - from 20 to 25 thousand rubles, in Kazan - from 13 to 15 thousand rubles, in Omsk - from 12 to 14 thousand roubles.
The argument that allows candidates to apply for a higher income is usually their experience in the procurement department from 1 of the year. Competitive advantages are possessed by applicants who have experience working with a product group in the profile of the employing company. Salary offers for purchasing managers who meet the specified requirements in Moscow reach 40 thousand rubles, in the northern capital - 32 thousand rubles, in Kazan and Omsk - 18 thousand rubles.
Entrance to the next salary range is open to purchasing managers with more than 2 years of work experience. Applicants must have experience working with a large flow of goods, experience working with customs and logistics, you need to know the principles of inventory management, the specifics of working with a product group in which the employer company specializes. Purchasing managers with the above characteristics earn up to 50 thousand rubles in Moscow, up to 40 thousand rubles in St. Petersburg, and up to 25 thousand rubles in Kazan and Omsk.
Companies with access to the international market and higher requirements are ready to offer higher income to purchasing managers: applicants should be fluent in English, have knowledge of Incoterms international trade rules, and have experience working with foreign suppliers. Work experience as a procurement manager must be at least 3 years. The maximum income offered to suppliers in Moscow today is 100 thousand rubles, in St. Petersburg - 85 thousand rubles, in Kazan and Omsk - 50 thousand rubles.
Among applicants, young people with higher education predominate. Candidates under the age of 29 years make up 51% of the total number of specialists. There are slightly fewer women among suppliers than men: 46% versus 54%, respectively. 79% of specialists have higher education. 21% of purchasing managers are fluent in English.