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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.

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• 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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BOR2710 - Senior Manager, Digital

Company Borouge Pte Ltd (Singapore)
Function CEO's Office
Job Group CEO’s Office
Location Singapore
Contract Type Full Time / Permanent
Closing Date 29-Feb-2020
About The Role Reporting to Senior Advisor, CEO Office, you will be responsible to lead the planning of the digital strategy for Borouge by understanding the various business models within Borouge and make connections into how IT and digitalization can support the business and bring improvements in effectiveness and efficiency. You are expected to lead development efforts around technology solutioning and work in close partnership with multi-disciplinary teams to deliver digital project objectives, while ensuring that project outputs, application landscape and standards are developed in compliance to Borouge’s overall digital architecture and operability.
Key Accountabilities

Digital Strategy & Plan

  • Define and develop Borouge’s short and long-term digital business strategy in alignment with the overall Borouge corporate and strategic direction
  • Develop Borouge's annual digital plan and budget by coordinating with various function heads to benchmark and set key targets, and regularly track performance to identify areas of improvement
  • Provide technical expertise and thought leadership to the business and senior leadership in order to deliver tangible business improvements through generating actionable plans and managing execution
  • Develop and maintain key relationships with internal stakeholders and external partners (e.g. technology vendors, academic institutions, etc.)
  • Keep abreast of the latest digital trends and applications, and identify applicable opportunities that drive business improvement via digital transformations 

 Digital Governance

  • Develop, define, and update Borouge’s digital architecture, application landscape and architectural reference models and standards
  • Set up the digital governance framework for Borouge to guide and integrate the adoption and use of digital technologies, and ensure that project actions are in compliance with the digital framework
  • Ensure consistency in both technical and application designs in compliance with architectural requirements
  • Conduct training sessions and workshops across various functions and project teams to communicate guiding principles and governance structure
  • Provide technical leadership and direction to project teams to define and validate digital architecture and interoperability of proposed solutions

Digital Portfolio & Project Management

  • Build and maintain project implementation plans for each initiative, by working closely with cross-functional project teams and IT to deliver digital business solutions
  • Define project deliverables, metrics, and success criteria and ensure implementation plan meets targets while remaining within budgetary constraints
  • Provide implementation advisory and support to project teams on implementation of initiatives and troubleshooting of any issues that may arise
  • Monitor and report progress of projects and initiatives, enabling sponsors and senior leadership to have visibility and sufficient information to make decisions as required
  • Act as the custodian of all digital initiatives across the relevant functions, and identify learnings to be adopted in subsequent initiatives
  • Act as a subject matter expert for all issues relating to digital architecture and standards (e.g. functionality, business alignment, networks and infrastructure, etc.) and provide advisory services to the business and project teams, identifying opportunities for rationalisation and alignment.
  • Keep abreast of changes in technology, industry, and market trends to provide guidance to project teams on delivering sustainable and leading edge digital solutions 

 Internal Communications & Working Relationships

  • Executive Team and senior functional leadership
  • Project sponsors and key stakeholders of digital projects and IT as required
  • All other internal functions and stakeholders as required

 External Communications & Working Relationships

  • All external stakeholders as required (e.g. vendors, consultants, etc.)

 

Qualifications & Experience

Minimum Qualification

  • Bachelor's degree in a technology-related field from an accredited and reputable university
  • MBA preferred

Minimum Knowledge, Experience & Skills

  • At least 10 years of relevant working experiences
  • At least 5 years of experience in managing digital solutions in a business corporation or digital studio
  • Prior working experience in digital consulting is an advantage
  • Knowledge of petrochemical industry is an advantage

Professional Certification

  • Any related professional certifications around Project Management, Digital Transformation, or Enterprise Architecture will be an advantage 

Behavioural Competencies

Drive High Performance

Think Strategically

  • Understand practical implications of strategy
  • Align priorities and behavior to company strategy
  • Move smoothly between operational detail and the big strategic picture
  • Identify several likely causes or consequences of a situation
  • Anticipate obstacles
  • Think ahead about next steps
  • Simplify complexity for self and others and takes appropriate approaches to tackle ambiguity

Drive Excellence

  • Consistently challenge self and others to achieve continuous improvement; through reinforcing and rewarding performance
  • Encourage individuals and teams to take the initiative in anticipating business needs.
  • Promote ownership of objectives and holds people accountable
  • Remove barriers to achievement of results by taking appropriate action
  • Generate multiple options to address issues or opportunities based on facts, logical analysis and available information
  • Recognize and acts on upcoming opportunities
  • Encourage team members to watch out for bottom line impact.

Exhibit Commercial Acumen

  • Understand organisations strengths and weaknesses as compared to competitors
  • Ensure the use of relevant financial data when building business cases or taking decisions
  • Balance focus on costs and financial returns with desired results
  • Utilize financial and performance data to instigate efficiencies in the department / division
  • Lead the team in identifying, creating and implementing commercial opportunities

Champion Innovation

  • Identify the similarities and differences between current and past situations
  • See patterns or trends in data or situations
  • Use a metaphor or analogy to show how two situations are similar
  • Encourage the team to adopt creative approaches as well as developments in resource utilisation and technology to ensure positive outcomes
  • Support and allow the team to think ‘out of the box’
  • Try out a number of different solutions

Plan and Execute Work

  • Discover missing steps, resolves contradictions, inconsistencies or problems in existing processes
  • Allocate resources to processes with an aim of maximising productivity and improving cost efficiency
  • Effectively address work process related conflicts
  • Use time effectively and prevents irrelevant issues or distractions from interfering with work completion
  • Provide feedback to team on how to execute the plan
  • Accurately identifies root causes of underlying issues germinating from inefficient processes
  • Manage the execution of medium complexity projects and provide the resources to complete work efficiently

 Work With and Through Others

Foster Collaboration

  • Genuinely value learning from others and draws on their expertise
  • Look for shared interests across the team to optimize efforts
  • Embed teamwork and information sharing in daily operations
  • Show sensitivity for different points of view and the underlying motivations values and needs of others
  • Promote and enable collaboration across teams and lines of responsibility
  • Proactively work to minimise the adverse impact of one’s decisions on the other departments
  • Make self/team fully available when other teams are undergoing a challenge or crisis situation

Develop Talent

  • Conduct training and shares expertise in a systematic manner
  • Engage with team members to create and follow up on development plans
  • Give reasons and rationale with instructions
  • Discuss with others on how to handle current or anticipated issues and concerns
  • Provide timely, constructive feedback on learning progress
  • Coach and guide team on ways to improve performance and competencies
  • Provide team members with plan and opportunity to develop and apply their competencies
  • Prioritize team members' development over other things

 Lead by Influence

Build Credibility and Commitment

  • Able to control own emotional responses to be effective when working with others
  • Meet commitments by staying true to agreements and decisions
  • Take pride in being trustworthy
  • Honest in relations with customers, team members and other stakeholders
  • Honest and clear in communication
  • Respect and maintain the confidentiality of information or concerns shared by others
  • Willing to learn from others
  • Display empathy with team members when they are going through difficult times
  • Allow others to voice their opinions freely without any prejudices or being prejudged

Lead Change with Agility

  • Can take different roles when the situation requires
  • Apply procedures flexibly based on new requirements
  • Encourage the division to respond positively to new experiences and to embrace change
  • Implement changes successfully within established time frames ensuring minimal disruption
  • Monitor the impact of change in their division and responds to consequences accordingly
  • Act as a change agent to highlight the benefits of change and deal with resistance accordingly

Communicate with Impact

  • Listen and allow to team members and others to raise their needs and concerns
  • Ask questions to help understand the issues raised by team members and others
  • Communicate a clear picture to acquire buy-in and engagement of all parties
  • Use a range of skills and strategies to persuade and influence various target audiences
  • Identify and lobby opinion makers by taking time to soundboard ideas with them
  • Select stories, anecdotes, analogies and examples to illustrate a point
  • Keep others informed (e.g. peers, manager, and customers) on critical issues that may impact their work both now and into the future

 


 

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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