Position: Supply Chain Executive, Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Total Vacancy: 3 Male/Female
Purpose of Job
• Develop commercially competitive contracting & procurement strategies for assigned categories which meets the Business Demand while taking into account potential implementation of Global Strategies at local/regional level.
• Conduct tenders, evaluate bids & drive negotiations with Suppliers in accordance to Contracting Process.
• Ensure delivery & effective management of contracts while continuously driving value improvement targets.
• Identify, develop & implement supply chain improvement opportunities.
• Ensure Supply Chain Strategy supports Goal Zero Aspiration through implementation of robust Contractor Safety Management practices and alignment to Shell’s personal and process safety Goal Zero focus areas.
• Implementation of Contractor HSSE practices in close liaison with Contract Managers/Holders and Owners.
• Proactively identify & understand commercial/procurement needs from internal stakeholders and collaboratively propose competitive solutions. This may involve constructively challenging the Business Demand and/or Procurement Practices in order to drive value and efficiency for the organization.
• Ensure Supply Chain Strategy is in line with Shell Global category strategy which includes reporting against global category KPIs, cross sharing & leveraging best practices including benchmarking, strong consistent connect to ensure collaborative ways of working with category network.
• Manage Supplier Relationship effectively and collaboratively drive continuous performance improvement via relevant contract key metrics (E. g. : HSSE, Operations, Cost). This would involve constructively challenging the Suppliers in terms of the contract delivery and performance as well.
• Build and maintain strong network in the market, being fully aware of supplier developments and opportunities coming up in the market.
• Ensure application of the End-2-End CMCP process, using commercial judgement, common sense and a simplification mind-set, understanding the difference between non-negotiable compliance elements (Safety, Ethics and Compliance, Code of Conduct, Law) and SCM/CP operating practices, while always keeping enterprise business value in focus.
• Effectively manage contract claims and variations to achieve the best commercial outcome for CLIENT
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
• Contracting and Procurement/SCM Category and Contract Management experience
• Deep commercial skill set, with demonstrated ability to develop and implement transformation supply chain strategies and delivery of cost reduction programmes.
• Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to interact seamlessly and effectively with all levels of management
• Leadership experience and experience in coaching and development of junior staff
• CIPS accreditation is an advantage
• Experience with claims and variation management
• Experience minimum 5 years work experience in Contract and Procurement
• Sound knowledge of Supply Chain activities especially in sourcing and contract management
• Detailed understanding of legal principles and commercial/contract awareness of industry contracting practices. In the case of engineering qualification, experience in managing commercial aspects of contracts would be necessary.
• Experience in pre and post contract development and management.
• Understanding of Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) management principles and HSE regulations.
• Understanding or good awareness of E&P business, processes and activities.
• Self-motivated, high initiative and adaptability
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
• Willing to follow internal procedures and controls
• Dedicated team player with ability to multi task
• Well organized with attention to detail
• Professional presentation and manner at all times
• In order to achieve and sustain “most competitive supply chains”, future value delivery will predominantly be derived from the Demand and Specification levers, which will require further and deeper application of Supply Chain Transformational approaches combined with deeper collaboration with key suppliers in the Supply Chain.
• Ability to manage and prioritize value and the potentially dynamic nature of the portfolio based on Business Demand.
• Implementation of robust SCM/CP tactics/strategy and contract documentation to secure third party services and materials in compliance with business need, quality requirements and on best commercial terms that fully accounts for all market capacity/capability and risks/opportunities.
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