Huawei Technologies is a leader in providing next generation telecommunications networks, and now serves 35 of the world's top 50 operators, along with over one billion users worldwide. The company is committed to providing innovative and customized products, services and solutions to create long-term value and growth potential for its customers.
Huawei's products and solutions encompassing wireless products (HSDPA/WCDMA/EDGE/ GPRS/GSM, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO/CDMA2000 1X, TD-SCDMA, WiMAX), core network products (IMS, Mobile Softswitch, NGN), network products (FTTx, xDSL, Optical, Routers, LAN Switch), applications and software (IN, mobile data service, BOSS), as well as terminals (UMTS/CDMA). Major products are designed based on Huawei's ASIC chipset and utilize shared platforms to provide quality and cost-effective products.
At the end of Dec. 2007, Huawei has over 68,000 employees, of whom 48% are dedicated to R&D. Huawei's global R&D centers are located in Bangalore in India, Silicon Valley and Dallas in USA, Stockholm in Sweden and Moscow in Russia in addition to those in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Chengdu in China.
For more information about Huawei, please visit http://www.huawei.com
Procurement Specialist / Manager
(Jakarta Raya, Kuala Lumpur)
Posses Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, Engineering, Business Management or International Trade
Experience in international resource selection and purchasing, managing vendors and suppliers
10 years' or above working experience in multi-national environment with at least 3 years in managerial role
Excellent negotiation and communication skills with the ability to interact with all levels
Strong leadership qualities and management skills
Mobile and flexible, willing to travel excessively within Asia Pacific region
Good spoken and written in English, while proficiency in Mandarin will be an added advantage.
Responsible for organizing and participating in the selection and management of suppliers in global area, building long-term and stable partnership with suppliers according to headquarters' procurement strategies, keep consistent supply, reduce the synthetically cost of procurement, and obtain competitive advantage in procurement area
Responsible for huge volume of key project purchasing program
Analyze procurement demand in the market, achieve objectives of procurement cost control and lower general cost of procurement
Gather and analyze industrial markets, clients, research and development information according to the category of materials, for the sourcing potential suppliers to ensure validity of procurement strategies
Identify risks from the on-changing global procurement environment, set up and implement anti-risk system, to keep supply consistently
Organize periodically communications session with suppliers according to the categorization management and to build good relationship with suppliers
Huawei Technologies Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Level 06, Tower 1, MNI Twin Towers 11 Jalan Pinang KL 50450.
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