• Country Manager - Thailand

    Job Location TH
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(16/11/2018 16:33)
    Job ID
    2018-1881
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Executive
  • Overview

    Since 2008 SEBIGAS designs, constructs and manages biogas plants worldwide. Supported by over 100 years of industrial experience of the Maccaferri Industrial Group, SEBIGAS claims a solid expertise in the biogas sector, with a portfolio of over 80 biogas plants located all over the world.

    SEBIGAS UAC was created in Thailand in 2013 as a joint venture between SEBIGAS S.p.A. and UAC Global Public Company Limited, a Thai listed company with the focus to equip the Asian market with biogas, heat recovery, biomass and waste-to-energy power plants.

    Responsibilities

    The chosen candidate will mainly have  the responsibility to:

    • Carry on and execute the existing Biogas projects in Thailand and south east asia;
    • Develop – in coordination with Italian HQ – a business strategy for the Asian market
    • Achieve  the profit/loss results as far as the budget goals of the company;
    • Coordinate - with the support of the Italian HQ – the local structure of around 6 people.

     

    Sebigas UAC is operating both in Thailand than in ASEAN countries and it is therefore required availability to travel inside and outside the country for short/medium period.

    Qualifications

    Requested skills:

     

    • 5/10 years of experience preferably as a Senior PM of a plant engineering company;
    • Plant/Chmical/Mechanical Engineering degree;
    • Industrial plant  background
    • Experience in the renewable/energy business
    • General economical skills (Cost Controlling, Balance, Finncial statement ecc..)
    • Multi-project management skills
    • Problem solving
    • Team Leadership
    • Confident and enthusiast
    • Able to work under pressure
    • Willing to relocate abroad

    This position will be based in Bangkok (Sebigas UAC's HQ)

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