Locally owned and operated NZ Volvo Construction Equipment dealership. Friendly and supportive team environment. Job stability and growth opportunities.

Location: Christchurch

  • Vacancy due to growth

  • On site car parking

  • High paced role in the Heavy Diesel sector

Who are we?
TDX (formerly known as TransDiesel), is a true New Zealand success story and 100% New Zealand owned and operated. From humble beginnings when we were set up over 40 years ago by a couple of mates, today TDX is regarded as a market leader for the sales and service of construction equipment, diesel engines, transmissions, generators, and oil and filtration products.  We partner with the civil, forestry, construction, mining and marine sectors across all of New Zealand.

TDX is the distributor of leading global brands including Volvo CE, Yanmar CE, Shell Consumables, Kohler Generators, Perkins Engines and Allison Transmissions. We are committed to delivering a world-class experience with local know-how.

What’s in it for you?
Get paid weekly, onsite parking, life insurance, discounted medical insurance, staff discount on retail products, and stable secure employment in a well-established and growing company!

We are a fun and supportive team that continuously looks for ways to help you grow and further develop. We are passionate, people focused, and work together as a team to deliver a customer experience that is flexible to their needs and exceeds expectations.

The role:
We are currently looking for a Purchaser to join our established and successful supply chain team! You will be based in the head office, providing support to 16 branches across NZ.

This role will suit someone who has been in a similar role within a business that has a large volume of inventory and stock procurement.

Responsibilities include:

  • Reporting into the Procurement Manager - Products
  • Inventory, specifically, stock replenishment, VOR demand and indent requests, by designated supplier
  • Process purchase orders with our valued suppliers
  • Ensuring that the most efficient shipping method at the best price is secured
  • Provide price, availability and ETA’s to staff in a timely manner
  • Regularly report on purchasing activities and price variances
  • Monitor stock levels and anticipate stock required to ensure that sufficient levels are maintained

We are ideally looking for:

  • Someone that can work cooperatively in a team and independently
  • You will be a self-starter and display commercial acumen
  • Demonstrate knowledge of DMS/ERP/Inventory forecasting systems
  • Competent with MS Office applications, especially Excel
  • Have exceptional data entry skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

If this sounds like you, then we can’t wait to see your application by hitting APPLY NOW.






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Working with us

TDX Background

New Zealand market leaders for Construction Equipment, Diesel Engines, Transmissions, Generator sets, Oil and Filtration products, TDX represent a number of leading global brands, the principle being Volvo Construction Equipment. Our reputation is based on providing the best sales and service back up to our customers.

Our culture

TDX people love what they do. We have a positive and energetic attitude and are highly motivated to actually do what we say. We are smart problem solvers, meeting our customers’ high expectations and are ready to support others in the team to achieve their goals.

We're committed to creating a world class sales and service organisation and we are always interested in hearing from like-minded people who want to be a part of our future.

Career builders

With branches throughout New Zealand and a service offering across a number of industries, TDX offers opportunities and pathways for personal growth unlike many others.

With diverse roles in sales, servicing, customer support and administration your career with us can take off in many directions. With the support from a 100% kiwi born and bred company, we've got your back.

Hi, I'm Jessie.

Parts Manager at TDX Taupo.

My Story