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Business Development in Singapore

Posted By: mcashley

Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008

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Fortune Global 500 list of 'World's Largest Corporations' and ranks amongst the world's Top 200 companies in terms of profits. Amongst the 25 fastest climbers ranked by Fortune. Featured in the Forbes Global list of world's 400 best big companies and in FT Global 500 list of world's largest companies. This multi billion dollar MNC specializing in Solar Energy urgently requires:
1) Business Development Manager/Director (Head)
2) Business Development Consultants (Sales/Marketing)
Job specifications:
There are 2 roles in Business Development for Asia Pacific region
Role 1) Minimum 8-10 years (1 position)
Role 2) Minimum 2-5 years (5 positions)


Work location: Singapore


Duties, responsibilities:
Business Development for solar initiative in Asia Pacific region
Qualifications:
Minimum Polytechnic degree. Preferred Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited institution or equivalent.


Special requirements:
Preferably with solar industry experience. Business Development/Sales personnel from solar or energy companies in Singapore or the Asia Pacific Region


Preferences:
Professionals or Executives who have either knowledge, expertise or experience in the Singapore or Asia Pacific SOLAR, ENERGY, power or related markets.


Remuneration:
Excellent remuneration plus incentives, allowances, bonuses & other fringe benefits. Salary will commensurate with experience and parameters will be provided upon initial information interview. Relocation will be considered.


Company�s Background & Activities
The Company is progressively emerging as one of the leading generator of solar energy and a key driver of the global solar business. They strongly intend to be part of this global story. Plans are highly ambitious and would require specialists from across the world that has proven experience and skills in this domain. Employer�s Solar Energy Initiative: The Company believes that the solar energy initiative presents to it a transformational opportunity to address global energy demands. The initiative has the potential to generate phenomenal value to all involved. Features of solar generated power that make it fundamentally better suited to address global energy needs: Solar energy generating systems use sand, the second most abundant substance on earth�s crust after air. The source, Sun, emits unlimited energy, has the ability to meet all needs if effectively harnessed. Power generation is decentralized. Hence it is best suited to meet the needs of underprivileged areas globally which enjoy poor connectivity to grids (a large part of which are spread in the sunny belt globally) provided that cost targets are met. The industry has seen steadily reducing product costs over the last ten years promising greater affordability in the future. Employer�s Plan: The employer intends to have a substantial entrance into solar energy with the following strategic intent: Be a fully integrated player. Harness economies of scale by setting up global scale manufacturing and operations in the next five years. Focus on Asia based manufacturing to drive down costs. Invest in technology, both mainstream and alternative ones to deliver value. Develop the energy market. Poor T & D infrastructure today is similar to landline connectivity situation in 2001 that lead to the telecom opportunity. Aim to achieve �grid parity� through reduction in costs to open up an infinite market globally. Employer�s Initiatives Upstream: The solar upstream business consists of polysilicon manufacturing and solar ingot growth. The production of ultra pure silicon (less than 1 ppm impurity) or polysilicon from quartz or metallurgical grade silicon is essentially a chemical process. Employer�s vast experience in the chemical industry, especially in fluidized bed reactors and handling of hazardous/ pyroforic chemicals would assist the employer in entering the industry. To set up a global scale polysilicon manufacturing plant and ingot growth facility in Asia in the next five years. Midstream: Plans to set up a world scale silicon wafering, cell and solar panel facility in Asia as a part of its midstream initiative. They would aim to establish technological leadership in this segment of the value chain. They would also have option play in terms of technology through parallel investments in thin film, concentric solar cells and other emerging technologies. Will adopt both organic and inorganic means of achieving these.

Yours truly,


Marc Surin, MBA
Executive Search Manager
Head Hunting Division
www.mcashley.com
Mc Ashley Singapore
(Since 1986)
[email protected]



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