Tuesday: VP Global Procurement
Singapore - The successful candidate will manage all aspects of procurement, most notably electro-mechanical components from suppliers based in Asia and from around the world.
Managing a budget of above USD10bn and a team based in various global locations, the successful candidate will manage all aspects of procurement, most notably electro-mechanical components from suppliers based in Asia and from around the world. You will be responsible for the recruitment and development of a team of Commodity Directors and Managers and create strategies that can cope with varying business models.
Leading contract manufacturer and oversee all aspects of Commodity Procurement globally
Degree qualified, preferably in an engineering discipline, you will have a minimum of 12 years experience, the majority of which gained in the electronics or mobile telecommunications sector. You will have demonstrated ability in identifying effective suppliers and maximise their delivery. You will be a natural leader who has handled diverse teams in multiple locations, fostering a culture of self-development and exceptional performance.
To apply for this position, go to www.michaelpage.com.sg/apply quoting ref:H358710 or call Mark Donnelly on (+65) 6533 2777 for further details.
Salary range: Not stated
Date Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 09
Closing Date: Friday, March 6, 09
Attention to: Mark Donnelly
Phone No: 6533 2777
- Michael Page
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