Electronic Components Engineer Commodity Expert

Role description:

Mechanical engineers/Electro mechanical analysis sheet metal technology, devices, systems or equipment

Technology commodity expert may be involved at any stage of a project including the initial brief for a concept, the design and development stage, testing of prototypes and the final manufacture and implementation of a new product or system

Technology commodity expert usually work in cross-functional project teams with colleagues in other branches of engineering.

Technology commodity expert must have the skills to analysis Technology and deep understanding of Technology cost & production (Sheet metal)

Technology commodity expert have the ability to work closely with global procurement with good business point of view

Leverage cost & Technology across HP suppliers base

Develop successful partnership with strategic suppliers

Perform opportunities analysis

Identify & implement opportunities to cost reduction & quality improvement

Significant influence with R&D in early engagement stages: supplier's selection, prototype etc.

Negotiate technology contracts & service agreement


Minimum of 8 years of procurement, Technology leader/expert at international company with proven results history

Leadership skills and decision making ability in an effective management style that allow management by influence in dynamic & unexpected environment org.

Independency ability & maturity

Strong working knowledge of Microsoft outlook, Excel, PowerPoint & MRP sys.


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