Robert Bosch (South East Asia) Pte Ltd is a regional subsidiary of the Bosch Group, representing the Group’s interests in Southeast Asia. The regional headquarters employs close to 900 associates and generated SGD 162 million in sales revenue in fiscal 2017.
Additional information is available at our Bosch website .
Your contribution to something big
Manage Singapore footprint warehouse operations for multiple business units within Bosch
Drive operations performance improvement and sustainability with warehouse service provider, including inbound quota, outbound quota, productivity, customer complaint, etc
Liaise with business units to streamline processes, such as customer complaint, order cut off, etc
Implement CP standard warehouse processes in footprint warehouse and make sure compliance requirement is met
Carry out Lean/FMEA with warehouse for process improvement and cost saving
What distinguishes you
Bachelor Degree in Logistics or related fields
More 3 years experiences in Third Party Logistics (3PL) warehouse operations management
Result oriented, self-motivated, and dedicated to drive operations success and improvement
High proficiency of communication and collaboration skills
Knowledge about lean warehousing preferred
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As a Trading Operator, you will be responsible for:
Ensuring that all obligations arising from the contract/charter party are carried out, and that any necessary requirements are compiled with.
Deal with cargo and freight counter-parties, terminals and vessels on a regular basis regarding all post-deal activities ensuring all necessary operational information is passed on in good time and documentary requirements are met.
Make cargo and vessel nominations, prepare and send voyage orders and monitor progress of vessels.
Appoint independent inspectors, expeditors and ships agents.
Ensure that all Operational Information is entered into Trading systems (FED/DEX, RADAR, etc) in timely fashion and ensure that adequate records are kept to meet the company’s legal and fiscal obligations.
Ensure that any necessary financial security is in place.
Participate in out of hours coverage arrangements.
Liaise with charterers to ensure smooth operations, avoid supply disruption and minimize demurrage costs.
Country of Work LocationSingapore
City, State (if applicable)
Work LocationSingapore – Metropolis
Shell is one the largest foreign investors in Singapore and began operations in 1891. Today, we have more than 3,200 employees in Singapore alone. The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site today is the largest Shell refinery in the world in terms of crude distillation capacity, which makes Singapore a key regional supply and trading centre for Shell in the East. Singapore is the largest petrochemical production and export centre in the Asia Pacific region. Shell Jurong Island (SJI) manufactures petrochemicals to meet the fast-growing demand for these products in the region. We also have one of the largest single-branded retail networks in Singapore, providing customers with a wide range of quality products and services. When you join Shell in Singapore, you can count on our commitment to help you thrive and propel your career by means of our industry-leading development programme and our available and unrivalled pool of local and global experts. Our numerous global and local skill pools as well as our diversity are key to our success and continuing innovation.
A Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline or Polytechnic Diplomas in a relevant field with at least 3 years of working experience.
Strong numerical skills.
Prior knowledge and experience of trading operations will be an advantage.
Prior experience in working in a fast-moving commercial environment.
Strong team player.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with good stakeholder relationships.
The Lubricant Supply Chain (LSC) organization is a critical part of the broader Lubricants business, and critical to winning in the marketplace, specifically in the Asia Pacific growth markets.
Key Enablers of a World Class Supply Chain are being a trusted partner to our stakeholders and having an engaged, equipped, empowered, and energized staff.
This is a critical role to prepare LSC for the Future of Supply Chain, to develop and execute LSC business engagement strategy on a Regional basis with the purpose of connecting staff with strategy to ensure each employee understands their personal contribution to business success.
Connecting leaders with staff at all levels to strengthen employee engagement and motivation; and drive a high-performance culture.
The key accountabilities are:
Lead Future of Supply Chain regional coaching engagements to drive an innovative and fail fast culture.
Develop and own LSC APME+ communication plan, aligning with global LSC Internal Communications strategy.
Exercise a platter of Communication tools to reach out a wide multicultural group of colleagues across 15 countries:
Be an enabler to deliver high impact Town halls through the LSC APME+ leaders across LSC locations.
Be a thought partner with the LSC APME+ GM to craft timely and effective note to the teams.
Be the lead for planning and organizing regional / functional webcasts (periodic / event based).
Serve as key interface between the LSC APME+ GM and Leadership Team, supporting the preparation and delivery of Leadership events and engagements.
Provide counsel on most effective internal communications channel (e.g. Newsletter, Newsflash, Yammer, My News, and Shell Tube) for staff engagement.
Create and implement communication materials for engagement in line with group visual identity guidelines.
Measure communication effectiveness to help prioritisation and improvement.
Serve as SME on tools (e.g. Share-point) and approaches (e.g. Design Thinking) used by LSC APME+ for engagement and to perform coaching and troubleshooting.
Work with Process Improvement and Assurance Leads to ensure Accelerator initiatives (e.g. TMS, DDMRP) are updated into LSC Priorities Standards for coaching conversations.
Share good practices with LSC Internal Communications network of focal points.
For a given segment of products manage and perform supply chain activities by playing the role of Supply Manager:
Work in close collaboration with planners, master data, artworks and quality team members of the APAC hub organization to ensure reliable, agile and efficient supply of products from the hub.
Interface with global Packaging Centers (based in Europe) to create and send replenishment orders of semi-finished or common make-up products and ensure their final delivery to support the subsequent hub operations.
Check that appropriate batches are being allocated by FHLR and manage the exceptions
Monitor the shipping/transportation of materials to CMO sites and coordinate with Logistics/Transportation functions to ensure successful and on-time delivery
Manage deviations and damages of incoming shipments
Interface with Contract Manufacturer to transmit redressing or secondary packaging orders and follow up completion.
Perform inventory management of common makeup/semi-finished product.
Own (and manage) scheduling and planning of production at the CMO. Send sub-contracting orders to CMO
Assign component batches that can be used for each subcontracting order after performing TRIC/ACN checks
Work with CMO to confirm feasibility of requested delivery dates ensuring availability of capacity, materials and resources
Lead planning meetings and discussions with CMOs to review forecasts and ensure CMO’s capacity to meet Roche requirements
Monitor status of work in progress to ensure on time delivery to customers and/or address impact of any delays or other schedule changes; provide direction and prioritization for such changes
Consolidate and validate Forecast for CMO