Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Our client is an international electronics company that manufactures smartphones, laptops, computer hardwares and consumer electronics. They are looking for a Global Sourcing Manager in Guangdong Province
- Working with the Supplier wherever suitable in order to
oversee the activities and making sure that the same agree with all the rules,
regulations and standards of the company.(High on Ethics & Transparency)
- Close Monitoring on Part/Commodity Pricing as well Demand
supply situation in Global Market.(China, Taiwan etc)
- Identify Source/Supplier/Manufacturer Inline as per company
- Review RM & FG stock at Suppliers inline as per Forecast
& Order shared with Supplier(Required to Monitor Tier -2 suppliers also in
case supplier running on Subcon model)
- Consolidation of Parts/ Lines on Minimum suppliers (Maximum
Buying from less suppliers for achieve cost benefit on higher volume.
- Lead & Initiate all negotiations and prepare appropriate
documentation for same.
- Maintain all contracts and evaluate all performance
according to contract and ensure efficient flow of all conditions in contract.
- Monitor all sourcing strategies and policies and ensure
achievement of all business objectives and perform appropriate negotiations
with all suppliers.
- Having Sound knowledge/relationship of Supply Chain of Electronics and Mechanical parts of Mobile Phones (Feature Phones & Smart Phones)
- Knowledge about and have good understanding of current and futuristic demand and supply chain situation of mobile phone component ecosystem
- Should have clear knowledge of demand and supply relationship and their impact on cost.
- Should have clear knowledge of quality systems and part qualification process.
- Should have clear understanding of AVL management as per business requirement Cost
- Reduction: Identify and implement cost reduction initiatives including strategic buying contracts with the key component suppliers
- Review Supplier Performance in terms of Quality, Cost and Delivery.
- Competition benchmarking