"Are you ready to embrace challenge and contribute to the successful growth of Oil and Gas within the Supply Chain function?
The Project Procurement Manager is a key individual contributor that represents Supply Chain in the Project/Proposal Management Team as a Sub-project Manager leading the Project SCM strategy for Compressor and Gas Turbine packages. Integrates Procurement in the project management process and project teams at an early involvement during sales phase. Organizes all Procurement activities in a project under optimum deployment of resources. Implements Procurement strategies, aiming to optimize project results, including availability of goods and services in quality, in time, in budget. Ensures observance of obligatory Procurement processes and regulations.
What are my job responsibilities?
1. Early Involvement during sales phase
Analyze sales and operations planning in respect of starting/new projects in order to ensure the involvement of Procurement.
Participate in project/sales meetings as project core team member to provide information about supply market, preferred suppliers and supplier innovation (regarding goods and services) at an early stage to optimize supplier strategy and selection of Major Configured To Order (CTO) and Engineered To Order (ETO) equipment, such as Motors, Generators, Gears, Acoustics equipment, Auxiliaries (Lube Systems, Gas Seal panels, etc); diversified components (Dry Gas Seals, Anti-Surge Valves, other); extended scope such as WHRU, HRSG, Balance of Plant.
2. Project Procurement standards
Establish proper sourcing processes, control all Procurement resources and activities in the project and inform all involved within Procurement to deliver optimum impact for the business (Procurement plan, target-costing) relating to budget, availability, timeline and quality.
Analyze scope of supply, contractual obligations and exactly understand customer’s functional needs.
Identify particular Procurement risks, opportunities, potential changes, claims and market forces during the entire project, together with Commodity Management, to avoid potential damage / exploit potential.
4. Bid preparation / Contribution to increased hit rate
Support project calculation with reliable and up-to-date cost data on the basis of Total Cost of Ownership (ToCO) (rock-bottom price information where available). Include (supplier) innovations (e.g. through concept competitions) that improve Siemens' cost position and/or the customer's benefit.
5. Strategy definition and implementation
Derive Procurement strategy for assigned projects in accordance with Business Unit & Operating Company Procurement strategies and ensure implementation. Introduce negotiation recommendations together with Commodity Management to prepare for negotiations with suppliers (back-to-back where appropriate) and to initiate appropriate measures.
Lead complex contractual and price, cash flow and commercial T&C negotiations and/or support the specialist buyers responsible for particular material fields (in particular those not covered by any Commodity Management) to secure project targets with optimum conditions on the basis of ToCO.
7. Contract Management
Ensure that major Procurement risks, changes to original scope of supply and potential claims (towards customers and suppliers) are covered in valid contracts. Ensure that contractual obligations (towards the customer that must be fulfilled by supplier) are covered in a way that mitigates the own risk exposure.
8. Project Controlling (Monitoring/Reporting)
Proactively ensure status transparency about availability of resources and ensure early alerting in case of deviations. Clarify internal indicators for project controlling and compiling all relevant information to submit qualified reports (e.g. for the proposal team, Project execution team inclusive of SCM, SCM management.
9. Supplier Management / Preferred Supplier List
Apply preferred supplier list (e.g. FPL), provide supplier information to the project team, coordinate Supplier Management in preparation for transition to Project execution phase (including Supplier Qualification, project-specific supplier evaluations and supplier development).
10. Knowledge management and documentation
Be proactive and forward systematically all relevant Procurement related project information (e.g. updated contractual conditions, Supplier Management data) to keep all project participants and relevant cross-functional partners up to date. Share best practice and conduct lessons learn sessions. Sensitize cross-functional partners for Procurement related practices processes and metrics.
How can I qualify for this role?
- Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in an engineering discipline with minimum 8 years of relevant experience; or M.S. degree in engineering discipline with 6 years of relevant experience; or M.B.A with technical B.S. degree with 6 years of relevant experience; or equivalent education and experience.
- Compressor and/or Gas Turbine major equipment relevant technical proficiency preferred
- 6 years’ experience minimum combined in related SCM functions, Project Procurement, Proposal and/or Project Management within Oil and Gas or Power Generation industry.
- Advanced MS Office applications skills, particularly Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint
- Advanced knowledge of sourcing process
- Advanced negotiation skills
- Good problem-solving skills
- Cost Modeling
- Ability to work in a matrix organization
- Advanced data analytics
- Leader, self-manage
- Ability to run presentations to management level
- Availability to travel estimated 15% of time
Job ID: 114737
Organization: Gas and Power
Company: Siemens Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time