Trader (Cementitious Products) - Shanghai Trader (Cementitious Products) - Shanghai …

Faststream Recruitment
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
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Competitive
Faststream Recruitment
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Competitive
Faststream Recruitment
The Faststream Recruitment Group is a highly specialist recruitment organization providing bespoke recruitment services to the Shipping, Marine and Oil & Gas sectors worldwide. Our core disciplines include; Commercial Shipping, Technical Shipping, Marine, Offshore and Oil & Gas. Established in 1999 Faststream has a network of offices in Asia, Europe and the Americas. For more available jobs, visit www.faststream.com • Fun, Fast Paced Environment • Global Specialist Market Leading Firm • Exceptional Staff Benefits

We are representing a well established Trading Company with global operations to find a Trader. This role will be based in their Shanghai office.

Core functions for this role involves finding new business opportunities, forecasting purchase volumes in the designated area, liaising with suppliers and customers on a regular basis, working with the internal stakeholders such as the trade operations team, finance team and suppliers. He/  She will be coordinating with the other sales offices globally to fulfill the objectives of the company in relation to strategic decisions, profit maximization and market share in international trading. 

Ideally, this person has at least 5-8 years of relevant working experience, excellent numerical & communication skills. She/He must have a good understanding of dry bulk shipping, ICC 500, Inco-terms. Strong knowledge of the Trading industry is essential.

Our client is looking for those fluent in English and Chinese as the role involves regular communication with chinese speaking clients.

The successful candidate can expect personal development opportunities, international exposure, as well as a safe and attractive working condition.

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