Vendor Relations Manager (Marine Supply)

Job level Senior
Education Diploma / Certificate
Location
Singapore
Employment type
Industry Internet / Digital / eCommerce
Job function Merchandising / Purchasing > Purchasing / Procurement / Sourcing
Published On 17/10/2018

1. JOB SUMMARY, PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Vendor Relations Manager for Ship Supply is responsible to define and execute sound sourcing strategies within a specific region. He / She is also responsible to manage the entire procurement process; from sourcing to purchasing of ship supplies and services for our e-Commerce platform.
  • Identify new sourcing opportunities with current and potential vendors / suppliers, working proactively within the specific region assigned.
  • Negotiates contract terms and pricing of supplies and services with vendors / suppliers.
  • Drives complex business analysis to identify business opportunities and business risk to improve revenue and profitability.
  • Executes and maintain a supplier management framework to set clear KPIs and measurement for evaluation of suppliers.
  • Responsible for providing focus and integration of data throughout the e-Commerce order fulfillment process.
  • Leads the procurement team to attain functional and organizational goals.

 

2. JOB SPECIFICATION / REQUIREMENT / COMPETENCY

  • Minimum a Degree in Supply Chain Management, Contracting, Procurement, Maritime Studies, Business Administration or other relevant discipline.
  • Minimum 8 years of experience with 5 years of managerial experience in Ship Chandler industry.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are necessary.
  • Fluency in other languages (French, German or Spanish) also can be considered an asset.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and negotiation skills generally are required for this role.
  • Ability to navigate and influence at both the tactical execution and strategic levels within the supply chain.
  • Experience in e-commerce Company will be advantageous.
  • Entrepreneur mindset is a must.