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Recruitment fraud and scam alert

Please be aware that Borouge has been receiving notices from candidates seeking clarification of job offers and recruitment propositions they receive. These job offers come from organisations or individuals who are falsely pretending to recruit on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge) or by people claiming to work for, or are affiliated, to Borouge. In return, they ask the recipients of the job offers to transfer a significant sum of money to pay for certain employment requirements such as visa, etc.

Please note that neither Borouge nor any of the legal organisations that recruit on our behalf ask for any money or payments from applicants at any point throughout the recruitment process. All the successful individuals who have been directly or indirectly provided with job offers from Borouge are always required to go through a formal recruitment process. All communications with this regard should originate from a verifiable Borouge email address (borouge.com) and not from an internet email addresses such as hotmail, yahoo or others.

What you need to do…

• Do not respond to unsolicited job offers from organisations or email addresses that you do not know or trust especially when you have not applied nor gone through any interview with Borouge yet

• Do not disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know or trust or on a website you are not familiar with

• Be aware and look out for suspicious signs such as communications from non-Borouge email addresses, poor use of English and materials and requests for fees or money

As we extend our compassion to those who have been victimised or lost money in this way, Borouge cannot be held responsible for these scam actions.

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BOR2591 - Specialist, Contract

Company Borouge Pte Ltd (Singapore)
Function Corporate Procurement
Job Group Corporate Procurement
Location Singapore
Contract Type Full Time / Permanent
Closing Date 20-Mar-2019
About the Role Reporting to Regional Procurement Manager, Asia South, you will be responsible for execution of proper contracting process related to Sales & Marketing offices in Asia South region according to the implemented policies, business process, procedures, guidelines and practices to ensure and secure the company resources. This includes performing the contracting process from receipt of the contract request until the award of the contract. You  will also be responsible for resolving contractual issues and claims from contractors for contract variations and maintain follow-up until closeout of contract file in accordance with the contract terms and conditions and procedures.
Key Accountabilities

Category Strategy

  • Perform and execute contracting processes according to category strategies that enable specialized contracting at lower costs
  • Conduct risk management (in coordination with Department Risk Champion), identify potential risks and develop mitigation plans to minimize risks for the company
  • Align long and short term procurement strategies with overall corporate needs

Contractor Relationship Management

  • Define supply base, including identifying and developing new sources and driving its qualification to provide desired quality supplies to the company
  • Identify strategic relationships to enable targeted supplier relationship management
  • Conduct contractor relationship management initiatives (e.g., cost reduction initiatives) to ensure maximum value is captured from the supply base
  • Conduct performance evaluation of contractors to identify measures for continuous performance improvement
  • Develop framework / long term outline agreement for services required

Tendering – Follow Tender Process

  • Execute the tendering process as per company policies and procedures to identify best sources on the supply market and comply with all legal and regulatory requirements
  • Develop contracting strategy based on the scope of work/services and ensures that the final account to the contractor is based on the completion of defined deliverables
  • Drive preparation of contracts for selected services within responsibility to improve commercial conditions and reduce administrative effort
  • Cost-effectiveness and cost-savings through efficient vendor selection as per company policies and procedures
  • Produce procurement related documents and organize the documentation/record filing according to the company and project requirements
  • Efficient allocation of resources to reduce the tendering cycle time

Internal Communication & Working Relationships

  • End Users:
  • Regular contacts for CR clarifications and definition of scope of work
  • Regular contacts for technical clarifications and evaluations
  • Regular contacts for post-award activities regarding variations and claims etc
  • Contact for annual vendor performance evaluation
  • Finance:
  • Contact as required for clarifications during 3-way matching process
  • Contact as required for Performance Bank Guarantee and Insurance Policies etc
  • Procurement Strategy:
  • Regular contacts with Vendor Management team for vendor registration and vendor performance evaluation activities
  • Regular contacts with Procurement BPS for SAP troubleshooting
  • Department Manager:
  • Regular contacts to coordinate all aspects of work assignments and for advice / interpretation regarding contractual, commercial, contract strategy and technical matters
  • Procurement Assistant:
  • Regular contacts to coordinate all aspects of work assignments for the Procurement Assistant, regarding administrative supports, document control, SAP supports and vendor pre-qualification, registration and management matters

External Communication & Working Relationships

  • Vendors/Contractors:
  • Regular contacts with bidders for the tendering process
  • Regular contacts with prospective and successful bidders to ensure satisfaction of work requirements
  • Contacts with Vendors for annual performance evaluation activities

 

Qualifications & Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a Business, Engineering or Supply Chain discipline or equivalent professional qualifications
  • Knowledge of relevant contract laws and regulations
  • 6 years of relevant experience in services procurement
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in procurement in the aspects of IT works, marketing communication, admin services, consultancy services, and professional services
  • Sound knowledge of commercial practices, legal aspects and negotiation skills
  • Good negotiation skills
  • Effective communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Time management and prioritisation skills
  • Working knowledge in relevant computer applications (MS Office and SAP)
  • Ability to speak, write and communicate effectively in English

 

Information for Internal Candidates
  • I understand the job scope and meet the requirement for this role
  • I have been in my current role for at least 2 years and did not receive any disciplinary warnings for the past 12 months
  • My performance for the past year was "Solid Performer" or above
Note: you will be required to attach the following: 1. Resume/CV
2. Passport-size photograph

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