Job Openings Head of SubContracting Category
About the job Head of SubContracting Category
About our Client
Our Client is a Global MNC and has a market lead position in the facility services industry, with a multi-billion turnover in worldwide markets. The company has a vision to provide and deploy data, insights and knowledge to develop innovative strategies and intelligent solutions to meet the complex realities demand. With an expanding business footprint, they are currently looking for a
Head of SubContracting Category to play a crucial role in the Procurement Department’s continued development and success. This role will be based in Hong Kong.
Reporting to the Head of Operations for Hong Kong, main responsibilities will deliver savings to business divisions, reduce risk and improve the procurement process within the assigned category.
Your other responsibilities include:
Proactively identify and recommend cost savings projects and optimization opportunities within the category.
Ensure a successful implementation of services category.
Managing RFI’s, RFQ’s and RFP’s
Liaise with Operations to source new suppliers ensuring the required quality, price and support in the procurement of goods and services.
The Successful Applicant
You should possess a degree qualification in a business or mechanical engineering related or equivalent preferred. You must have minimum 5 years of work-related experience in Procurement. Demonstrates energy, gravitas and determination in the implementation of projects and initiatives. You should also have good interpersonal skills engaging with internal and external stakeholders.
What’s on Offer?
You will be in an organisation that takes pride in their excellent vision for the future. The company creates, manages and maintains environments that make life easier, more productive and enjoyable. High performing employees are recognised and rewarded with competitive remuneration packages, personal development awards, annual salary reviews and short-term incentive programme. Some core benefits include health and welfare insurance subsidies.