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Engineer, Sourcing

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Description

Continuously improve supply chain, conduct cost reduction, support new project development. 

What You Will Do In Your Role

  • Collaborate with PM & Cross Functional teams upfront to ensure new project flawless launch on time. 
  • Consolidate supply base and spend across different new programs/projects and leverage supply base to optimize BOM costs and mitigate supply chain risk. 
  • Conduct “should cost” and make vs. buy analysis, as well as thorough risk assessment to drive appropriate sourcing decisions.
  • Assess and effectively communicate to PM/Engineering the technical risks, business requirements, deliverables and schedules supporting project initiatives. 
  • Leverage new business opportunities/wins to reduce cost on current products/components in production and extend payment terms. Negotiate supplier long-term agreements with a focus on performance, cost containment. 
  • Support new project transfer, review price and supplier risk management, solve delivery, export issue, ensure the schedule on time. 

The Experience You Will Bring

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree,3 years of sourcing and supplier management experience.
  • Familiarity with electronics/mechanical components, sensitive of cost. 
  • International sourcing experience required and ability to develop and evaluate foreign sources.
  • Ability to comprehend and interpret engineering drawings, quality systems requirements and customer specifications. Also require ability to understand component requirements and communicate requirements to suppliers. 
  • Knowledgeable to use SAP/ERP, Microsoft Power Point, Excel, Word and Project management.
  • Good oral English.


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