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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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BOR3129 - Sr./ Controller, Supply Chain

Company Borouge Pte Ltd Abu Dhabi Branch
Function Finance
Job Group Finance
Location UAE - Abu Dhabi
Contract Type Full Time / Permanent
Closing Date 11-Dec-2021
About the job

The job holder is the lead Controller for Supply Chain supporting and advising the SVP Supply Chain and the Supply Chain Leadership Team. The role contributes to the setting and execution of the strategy for the Supply Chain function, by leading the processes of Reporting, Budgeting and Business Planning, Forecasting, Investments and Performance Management for Supply Chain. Based on financial analysis and simulations, the role will advise and recommend ways to maximise integrated ADP-PTE material flow profit, ROCE and cash flow with a key aim to achieve a balance between the commercial strategy of the different regions and the respective PTE distribution strategy of all hubs / agents at all locations. The Senior Controller, Supply Chain provides advice and meaningful insights via business partnering to provide a solid basis for decision making and prepares communication material (financials, business cases, forecasts) for the Supply Chain Leadership Team and the PTE Executive Team.

In performing this role, the Senior Controller, Supply Chain interacts with different stakeholders in order to support the SVP Supply Chain through decision support services to provide a solid basis for optimal decision making. In addition, the role holder is leading and driving various Finance projects as required and is the key finance person involved in all strategic projects within the Supply Chain function. The Senior Controller, Supply Chain is part of the Supply Chain Management Team and is the main interface between the Supply Chain and the Finance function. 


Business Planning, Forecasting and Reporting

  • Partnering with the business to provide insights and regular financial performance and results reporting, underlying business drivers and future outlook to support the Supply Chain Leadership Team in driving strategy implementation and performance management by ensuring well informed business decisions
  • Support the Sales & Operations Planning by providing financial and business impact to enable Supply Chain executives to make better-informed decisions: 
  • focusing on key supply chain drivers, demand management, production, inventory management and new production introduction to drive effective Supply Chain management. 
  • provide inputs for financial performance for the actuals versus Budget. 
  • Process ownership of the annual Business Plan for the Supply Chain, i.e. planning, coordinating, executing and documenting within the area of responsibility (i.e. across regional coverage for Supply Chain Management Team and close link to Market Centers and Regions).
  • Consolidate and prepare monthly reporting of the current, forecasted supply chain results and financial performance trends and critically review, analyze and identify gap/corrective measures and develop and recommend short and longer term strategies to improve business performance within the function
  • Support the supply chain and logistics strategy by preparing analyses and financial simulations on the optimal supply chain flow and optimization of operations in ADP, combined with distribution within Borouge PTE. Considerations on activities such as packaging, local transportation, sea transportations, handling activities, warehousing, hubs etc. will need to be accounted for as part of analyses 
  • Evaluate and prepare complex scenario analyses to driving inventory management and customer service
  • Prepare analyses, present financial simulations, accounting for different market centers and regions, constraints from 3PL contracts and locational nuisances and environments, challenging the management team on business plans to support logistics and distribution ambition of the business
  • Prepare and review business strategic plans and management information, across all financial metrics; including but not limited to revenues, costs, capital, Economic Profit and workforce planning, logistics costs per tonne 
  • Develop and monitor Supply Chain’s project costing activities as well as establish controls (time writing, logistics costs reporting etc.)
  • Support Supply Chain’s Leadership Team and relevant stakeholders on ad hoc financial analysis, reporting, investment simulations and queries with respect to the Supply Chain Centre, providing advice as subject matter expert and financial advisor for the region,
  • Drive continuous improvements of processes and procedures to enhance reporting and increase efficiencies and accuracies and consistency across Borouge PTE
  • Required to take part in ad hoc and special projects, often leading and driving business driven projects

Performance Management

  • Drive performance management process incl. target setting within Supply Chain Centre
  • Alignment of KPI cascading across the organization through teamwork with Regions, Marketing, Business Centre and other decision support teams (e.g. Strategy, HR, Corporate Support, Site Controlling, etc.)
  • Regular review and analysis of performance and proactive corrective action proposals


Minimum Qualification
  • University degree in Economics, Finance and/or Management, preferably MBA 
Minimum Experience, Knowledge & Skills
  • A minimum of 10 years or more relevant experience
  • MEA, Asia Pacific and Regional HQ experience is preferred
  • Excellent in collecting, analyzing, presenting data and financial skills 
  • Excellent communication skills; fluent in English, both spoken and written. 
  • Experience from the chemicals / petrochemicals industry is preferred by not a requirement 

Professional Certification:

  • CMA qualification or equivalent preferred 
Note: you will be required to attach the following: 1. Resume/CV

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