Thursday, October 18, 2007

Job For Fresh Graduate at PT.NESTLE INDONESIA

18 Oktober 2007 |expired: 2 Nopember 2007

As the leading Food Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company, Nestlé has for the past 140 years produced the best products with a passion for excellence in food safety and quality. We are committed to these ideals and value the trust given to us by our consumers worldwide.

If you share the same passion for excellence we invite people with professional knowledge, personal integrity, and strong motivation to excel and enjoy facing challenges in a dynamic organization, to join us as:

Management Trainee (Purchasing)

With the requirement as follows :
-Graduate of Economics/Commerce/Business Management/Finance/Accounting
-Business inclined mindset
-Proficient in English Oral and Written Communication
-Able to learn and understand the behaviour of the market and how to react to market situations in terms of procurement actions for particular spend category
-Good negotiation and communication skills
-Result focus, Service-minded and high sense of business opportunities

Duties and Responsibilities :
-Determine sourcing needs, understand the supply market and develop sourcing strategy for spend category assigned
-Monitor price trend and market movement of the underassigned categories/ products in order to optimize Nestle benefits in term of purchasing; prepare base info/data for discussion and negotiation with TCO
-Seek suplier or the right / main sources in open markets for the assigned spend category
-Screen supliers based on a set of criteria; specifications, quality, performance, pricing, etc
-Propose the selected suppliers to management with appropriate analysis for decision making based on the Market intellegence developed for the spend
-Coordinate w/ QM, RMP, internal specialists, stakeholders, etc. to approve and audit suppliers
-Ensure required information supplier data, PIR, contracts, etc. are accurately, completely and timely input in SAP before existing agreement/contract is expired (be readily available for call-off)
-Monitor supplier performance based on results provided by Receiver, communicate supplier scorecard and arrange meetings with suppliers to find corrective actions as needed
-Ensure supply by knowing the right time to buy, the right sources of materials and services
-Coordinate with othe rstakeholders to handle complaints and ensure problems/claims are solved properly
-Lead initiatives to reduce total cost (cost of purchasing and purchases), reduce operation complexity (rationalize suppliers, specifications) and implement P2P best practices

Interested applicants, please send your CV and recent photograph, by indicating the position code in the subject of your email to:

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