Tuesday: Regional Indirect Procurement Manager
Singapore - Supporting the regional indirect procurement process, your responsibilities will include the implementation and maintenance of indirect procurement policies, procedures and control systems for the Asia Pacific region.
Supporting the regional indirect procurement process, your responsibilities will include the implementation and maintenance of indirect procurement policies, procedures and control systems for the Asia Pacific region. Working with the business teams to develop RFI, RFP and RFQ techniques, you will identify and select key suppliers and manage supplier relationships to ensure competitive market advantage and maintain cost competitiveness.
Global chemical company expecting continuous growth for 2009
The successful candidate will be degree qualified, with at least five years indirect procurement experience preferably gained working with CAPEX projects. You will have two years regional experience, with specific focus on Western Asia and a thorough understanding of purchasing, procurement and negotiation techniques. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and at least one other Asian language are essential.
To apply for this position, go to www.michaelpage.com.sg/apply quoting ref:H349710 or call Simon Gregory on (+65) 6533 2777 for further details.
Salary range: Not stated
Date Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 09
Closing Date: Friday, March 06, 09
Attention to: Simon Gregory
Phone No: 6533 2777
- Michael Page
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