The “Procurement Coordinator” is responsible for a wide variety of duties, both commercial and administrative, to coordinate the activities related to procurement for Japanese projects. As a member of the EPC team, the Procurement Coordinator will provide Functional and Consultative procurement support to all related staff as required. He/she will assist the EPC Director with communication with internal and external Suppliers, the creation Purchase Orders and the coordination of other Supply Chain Management / Logistic activities.
●Work with project team to create purchase order and delivery schedule which consistent with project pipeline forecast ●Communicate with internal team members to ・ Create purchase orders ・ Schedule and manage the delivery of modules to project sites ・ Determine transfer pricing and volume scheduling ●Communicate the procurement forecast to suppliers ●Coordinate the PR(payment request) process with project team ●Issue PO(purchase order) to suppliers ●Obtain and maintain records on product specifications, prices, and delivery status ●Communicate and coordinate procurement documents with the accounting department and projects department ●Resolve invoice discrepancies and payment with accounting. ●Track vendor performance on delivery, quality, and service ●Analyze procurement problems and take appropriate action to efficiently resolve issues, which may include any aspect of field support, ●Maintain good business and productive working relationships with both suppliers and internal departments ●Ensure that all business activities are performed with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with the Solution Code of Business Conduct, ●Perform other functions as required, ●Adhere to all health and safety rules and regulations, ●Required to work in an ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS environment.
【Responsibility】 System Risk Managers will work with local and overseas offices to perform the following tasks: -Collect information related to system risks -Manage and address system risks, IT governance, and incidents -Perform risk assessments -Evaluate and monitor newly identified risks -Manage access as part of system control -Build and operate a business continuity planning structure -Create relevant policies -Respond to audit requests and investigation by authorities In addition to being thoroughly knowledgeable about engineering, Global System Risk Managers are expected to be knowledgeable on laws and regulations related to our company’s services and be able to communicate with external partners.
●Manage the relationship between Company and our corporate finance lenders. ●Ensure repayment timelines are monitored and met, administer and manage intercompany loan arrangements. ●Lead M&A activities for operating PV assets in Japan and raise the necessary capital for acquisitions of new projects in Japan through on our off balance sheet structures. ●Identify and source funds for the development and construction of our PV assets in Japan, Taiwan and Korea. ●Drive the valuation process with Infrastructure Fund by representing the sponsor in the negotiations. ●Look for opportunities to optimize our holding structure in Japan, Taiwan and Korea. ●Continuously monitor and optimize all finance/accounting processes and commercial decisions to support the rapid growth of the company and ensure a well-controlled environment. ●Prepare and present management reports including project cash flow forecasts. ●Required to work in an ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS environment.