Company: BP
Skills: Budget / Cost Control, Purchasing, Supply Chain Management
Experience: 4 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Key accountabilities:
1) Planning: support the vision and objectives of BP Finance Procurement and ensure the activities are aligned with the Business Facing and Supply facing teams.

2) Category Strategy: Align with the Business Facing and Supply Facing needs, ensuring security of supply, risk management, cost competitiveness, enhanced value, and the optimization of supply base.
Support /Create and manage Category Strategies.

3) End-to-End Sourcing projects as per business request, inclusive of the following activities:
a) Case Management

• Validate requests, scopes of work and liaise with stakeholders to ensure all business requirements are considered/met
b) Sourcing Strategy

• Gather and analyze market intelligence data on a regular basis relative to categories and regions, in order to properly gauge and evaluate market and industry conditions utilized to determine the sourcing strategy decision
c) Deliver value to internal stakeholders, partnering to manage all Sourcing & Contracting activities in compliance with Category Management Common Process (CMcp, working closely with Supply and Business Facing teams
d) Supplier Prequalification

• Screen suppliers as per the related guidelines

• Monitor/manage continuous supplier prequalification status, and action per the related guidelines
e) Event Management

• Validate requests, scopes of work and liaise with stakeholders to ensure all business requirements are considered/met

• Support/manage the supplier selection process
f) Contracting

• Validate requests, scopes of work and liaise with all stakeholders to ensure all business requirements are considered/met

• Evaluate proposals/outputs

4) Supplier Management

• Support / Establish and execute the supplier management plan.

• Segments the supply base for a category using appropriate analysis tools. Uses a variety of performance management processes, tools and methods to achieve agreed SLAs.

5) Additional accountabilities specific to this role
a) Accountable for third party spend for the category in area of accountability.
b) Support the delivery of Zero inventory and Net Zero ambitions targets

Essential Education:
Bachelor Degree in any discipline or related field

Essential experience and job requirements:

• The ideal candidate has minimum four (4) years of practical and application in End to End sourcing and contracting of services and commodities, coupled with a strong commercial acumen and communication (oral and written English language) skills.

• Proven knowledge and relevant minimum two (2) year experience in Oil and Gas categories such as Production (Drilling, Completion, Intervention); Rig Support Services and Reservoir Development and Technology, Integrity Management, life cycle, engineering services and subsea; Operations ( HSSE, MRO, Reliability and Maintenance, Logistics (fuel, inbound logistics, Marine, warehousing & shore base management), Rotating Equipment, .

• Track record of successful Supply Chain delivery in complex, challenging international environments and Joint Ventures

• University degree in Engineering, Economics, Business Administration, Procurement or other relevant discipline.

• Demonstrated ability to collaborate with internal stakeholders across multiple disciplines, cultures and geographies and with suppliers.

• Ability to operate independently and methodically with minimum supervision to manage and ensure process adherence, research and analysis of systems and information is a must,

• Strong knowledge of navigating the supply market and supplier selection

• Excellent influencing, negotiation and problem-solving skills

• Highly- motivated to own and further develop sourcing/category knowledge

• Strong proactive and innovative approach

• Able to work on shift

Desirable criteria and qualifications:
Prefer professional certification in Supply Chain (eg. CIPS)This role will support various BP businesses with a range of Sourcing, contracting and supplier performance management activities based on Category Management Policy and Processes.

Working within a defined global process framework, this role will contribute to an enhanced Service Delivery Model around how BP managed costs through third-party contract agreements, and ensure maximum value is achieved. This role is expected to deliver value using the provisions of the Category Management Common Process and within boundaries of relevant laws and regulations, approved budgets and, where applicable, JV partner and NOC agreements.

The Sourcing Lead-Marine will comply with BP's Code of Conduct, as well as all HSSE requirements, including continual support of HSSE objectives within the business, and taking a professional and disciplined approach to working with suppliers, to ensure transparency, consistency and fairness. Our procurement and supply chain management principles are always applied within that framework and in the context of relevant laws and regulation.