Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Reform Management Consultancy Job #4: Group Investment Manager

Position: Group Investment Manager
Industry: Shipping
Location: Sharjah
Remuneration Package: Up to AED 50,000 + benefits
Reference Number: RMC912023
Posted: 23rd October 2012
The role of the Group Investment Manager is to develop, plan and meet investment goals and budgets.
The Group Investment Manager will also define, prepare, review and advice investment and funding plans for new projects.

Key Responsibilities: 
  • Project Management - Has firm grasp over complex projects, demonstrated knowledge of key/critical factors affecting financial success of the projects.
  • Manage various project investments with the objective to minimize variances.
  • Develop collaborative working relationships with the management and other departments.
  • Ability to discuss with lenders and negotiate complex lending and banking documents.
  • Prepare clear and concise Investment presentations that thoroughly evaluate all relevant project risks and identify proper resolution strategies.
  • Maintain the investment budget and ensure the work schedule is maintained.
  • Identify and manage project investment dependencies and critical path.
  • Develop and deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations.
  • Determine and assess need for additional staff and/or consultants and raise appropriate manpower requirements if necessary during project cycle.
  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the project.
  • Conduct project post mortems and create a recommendations report in order to identify successful and unsuccessful project investments.
  • Oversee the work of two business analysts, including financial modeling for projects and acquisitions.
  • Work to identify investment opportunities and to manage risk in our existing portfolio and in our pipeline of projects;

  • Qualifications in business studies, management, statistics, finance, mathematics, accounting or economics can be helpful, as can an MBA or similar professional qualification.
  • Investment or bank background, if possible within the infrastructure sector;
  • A strong understanding about credit fundamentals;
  • Strong portfolio management and modeling skills with a proven track record;
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to discuss complex issues;
  • Ability to work accurately under pressure;
  • Successful experience working both independently and as part of a team in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment.

Experience & Personal Characteristics
  • 10 years professional experience work experience in a similar management capacity, including all aspects of process development and execution.
  • Extensive network / experience in, logistics, ports, oil & gas industry preferred.
  • Age between 35 - 45 Years
  • Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment is essential.
  • Reacts to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently.
  • Ability to read communication styles of team members and contractors who come from a broad spectrum of disciplines.
  • Excellent man-management, organizational and supervisory skills.
  • Ability to function effectively under pressure and use initiative in problem solving.

Reform Management Consultancy Job #3: Head of Financial Control (Corporate Controller)

Position: Head of Financial Control (Corporate Controller)
Date of posting: 27th of November 2012
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Remuneration: Very Attractive

Purpose of the Role:
Develop and implement accounting policies, programmes, and systems to control the organisation’s financial assets and provide complete and accurate financial information and records.
Primarily responsible for the integrity of all project related financial data and reporting, including billing, cash and debtor management. Duties and responsibilities:
  • Lead the organisation’s accounting functions so that procedures meet the organisation’s short and long-term business objectives and comply with regulations, accounting principles, and standards.
  • Contribute to strategic planning and decision-making at the executive level to develop and implement accounting systems and processes that align with the organisation’s overall vision and its current and long-term business objectives.
  • Monitor and evaluate the performance of accounting policies, systems, and procedures in achieving strategic objectives.
  • Review the organisation’s financial reports to ensure they have been accurately prepared and present findings and recommendations to the top executive group and/or Board.
  • Ensure the company maximises its billings each month and that projects are set up with a billing schedule which matches to an agreed contract
  • Plan and prepare monthly cash flow, three monthly forecasts and annual cash budgets
  • Set up and review financial systems, procedures & controls, reporting and analysis requirements, including the forecasting of billings and revenue.
  • Be the administrator of an ERP system
  • Liaise with external auditors on revenue, work in progress, debtors and cash
  • Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop a team of managers to ensure that the organisation’s accounting activities are conducted accurately, ethically, consistently and according to relevant regulations, laws, and standards.

  • Skilled at influencing and motivating people (directors, staff and clients) using persuasive arguments and at the same time diplomatic approach
  • Set an example to all staff by demonstrating compliance with the company’s procedures and policies and operate within the company controls
  • Actively address problem issues and recognise confidential and sensitive information as well as work in a professional and customer friendly manner
  • Team player
  • High ethical standards

  • university (degree)   
  • Qualified Accountant (ACCA/ CA/ CIMA)
  • at least 8 years of experience, preferably from a Terminal background in the UAE.

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Reform Management Consultancy Job #2: Group Operations Manager

Position: Group Operations Manager
Industry: Shipping
Location: Sharjah
Remuneration Package: Up to AED 35,000 + benefits
Reference Number: RMC912021
Posted: 22nd October 2012
You will be a well versed Shipping and Logistics professional with:
  • Significant professional experience in the container, general cargo and bulk shipping industry in a management capacity.
  • Experience in all aspects of port development.
  • Considerable experience of working in a multi cultural and international environment.
  • A flexible, constructive and innovative approach to Port Operations.
  • Excellent presentational and inter personal skills.
  • Ability to negotiate and incentivize business development.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Ability to work as a key member of a small but elite operations team.

Key Responsibilities: 
  • Liaison with shipping line customers, present and future, to monitor existing and prospective volumes, locally and internationally.
  • The preparation and presentation of reports and business plans and analyses of existing and potential operations.
  • To ensure that the reputation of the Company for achieving standards of excellence in productivity and performance at our terminals is maintained and further improved.
  • Periods of travel to all areas in which the Company operates or may operate in the future.
  • Seek out and assessment of future business opportunities with the ability to produce detailed analysis of potential targets and their infrastructure, civil, equipment and manning requirements.
  • Ability to demonstrate leadership and motivation in managing existing and future staff groups.
  • Representing the company, locally and internationally with visitors, other businesses and governments.
  • Liaison with other group companies as required to ensure clarity of direction and to seek greater efficiencies.

  • Experience of living overseas (personal knowledge of the Middle East environment and port and logistics business would be beneficial but not essential).

Person Specification:
  • Degree level qualification or similar sea-going qualification or extensive practical experience with industry related qualifications.
  • At least 10 years at a senior level port managerial role.
  • Staff management experience.
  • Good leadership and communication skills to establish effective working relationships.
  • Computer literacy

Reform Management Consultancy Job #1:Warehouse Supervisor

Position: Warehouse Supervisor
Date Posted: 27th November 2012
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Remuneration Package:Very Attractive
Duties and responsibilities:
  • Accurately segregates items, scans if necessary, and carries out put away in the appropriate locations so as to enable quick and effective retrieval.
  • Fills the manual put away sheets and hands to the Team Leader for final verification and system confirmations.
  • Accurately picks items from locations for outbound shipments and checks that the items tally as per the pick list generated. Indicates all the details of items picked in the required format and if required, scans all items or re-checks before loading.
  • Carries out the packing as per specifications and pastes necessary labels and stickers as instructed by the Team Leader.
  • Assists the Team Leader in stock checks, cycle counts as may be assigned from time to time.
  • In case of damages, fills the Materials Discrepancy Note (MDN) or other forms as the case may be, files the same and highlights the case to the Team Leader in charge.
  • Receives invoices and packing lists for inbound shipments and checks that the items tally. Informs the Team Leader on any damages, short or over shipments and discrepancies observed in received items
Experience: A minimum of 4 years previous experience in a warehouse, supply chain or distribution environment
Education : High School or equivalent
Category : Warehouse Supervisor – Value Added Service
Male Preferred; Any Nationality

  • Conversational level of English (written and spoken), 
  • a must Strong interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Ability to work in a team environment 
  • A desire to exceed customers’ expectations 
  • Tactfulness and politeness
  •  Efficiency and accountability 
  • Ability to focus and bring tasks to completion 
  • Ability to work well under pressure 
  • Speed in execution, accuracy and attention to detail

Send your CV here.

Sunday, November 25, 2012


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Monday, May 31, 2010


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Friday, March 6, 2009

EDITORIAL - After the Senate probe

Updated February 24, 2009 12:00 AM

Nearly five years after agricultural funds meant for fertilizer were allegedly misused, the Senate Blue Ribbon committee has come up with its findings. The committee headed by Sen. Richard Gordon recommended yesterday the filing of charges against former agriculture under-secretary Jocelyn “Jocjoc” Bolante, his purported runner Marites Aytona, alleged bagman Jaime Paule and six others for plunder, technical malversation, money laundering, tax evasion and perjury. A 10th individual, Joselito Flordeliza, who headed the foundation used in the alleged P728-million scam, may face prosecution for money laundering.

There are three things that must be done to ensure that the Blue Ribbon probe does not go to waste. The most immediate task is to prevent any of the individuals recommended for criminal prosecution from leaving the country. If there is no legal basis to prevent their departure, the government should at least keep track of their whereabouts. Under the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, signatory states are duty-bound to extradite individuals wanted for corruption.

The second task is to effectively prosecute and punish the guilty. This scandal has dragged on long enough. Gordon said his committee has enough evidence to build an airtight case against the people recommended for prosecution. There is no reason to delay their indictment.

The third task is to implement measures to prevent a repeat of the fertilizer scam or any other diversion of public funds to private war chests, especially with general elections approaching. The Blue Ribbon committee is seeking amendments to the Anti-Money Laundering Act, the Bank Secrecy Act and the Procurement Act as well as the Senate’s rules of procedure on direct contempt.

Amending those three laws can also help prevent a repeat of other anomalies such as the rigging of bids for infrastructure projects and the collection of fat commissions for brokering deals with the government. Congress can get to work immediately on those amendments for approval before lawmakers become too busy with their election campaigns. Even if government prosecutors drag their feet on this case, something positive should come out of this scandal.


Those laws are good if it will pursue by the government officials, if it really applies to the operation of the government taskforces especially with those groups who formulate the rules. But in my opinion, when riches man are evolve with that crimes, I don’t think it would be effective for them, because, as of now. Politicians are unfair, they don’t get things equally. For riches, all things can buy through money. And I guess they can be bought by money. Hoping if they really apply that kind of rules, then they should not choose the person who are involve in that crimes whether they are rich or none. If criminals really violate the rules then they have to do their job which is to send criminals into jail regardless with their life standard. Just like what happen to the Alabang boys, they, equipped from their offenses. Hoping it would be fair.

EDITORIAL - Big fish

Updated February 19, 2009 12:00 AM

From military deputy chief for comptrollership to convict, the journey has been a long one for retired Maj. Gen. Carlos F. Garcia. The highest ranking military officer to be indicted for a criminal offense, Garcia nearly managed to retire in peace in 2004, with his colleagues in the Armed Forces of the Philippines seemingly reluctant to go after a two-star general on accusations of corruption. But the Ombudsman at the time, Simeon Marcelo, doggedly worked to pin down Garcia. In the end, Garcia was court-martialed and faced several criminal cases before the Sandiganbayan.

Yesterday, over five years after Garcia’s son was apprehended by US Customs authorities at the San Francisco airport for failure to declare $100,000 in cash, the disgraced general was convicted of perjury by the anti-graft court. Though the maximum sentence of two years was less than the time Garcia has already spent in detention, the conviction for failure to declare P7 million in his account with the AFP Savings and Loan Association Inc. could strengthen the bigger case against him for forfeiture of undeclared wealth.

Garcia was indicted over a year after junior military officers staged a curious mutiny in a posh Makati hotel to denounce, among other things, corruption in the AFP. Garcia’s court-martial was complemented by a major overhaul of the procurement process in the AFP and Department of National Defense. Under the reform program, red tape was cut and transparency in bidding and procurement promoted. The AFP and DND must not go back on those reforms and must in fact work to strengthen them.

In December 2005, a military court found Garcia guilty of undeclared wealth. He was dishonorably dismissed from the AFP and sentenced to two years of hard labor. The Sandiganbayan, for its part, must speed up its resolution of the other cases against Garcia. The two-star general found himself in trouble after his wife Clarita, coming to the defense of their son, explained in writing to US Customs authorities that the $100,000 came from her husband’s miscellaneous earnings as a comptroller. This is one of the rare cases where efficient prosecution has led to the conviction of a big fish. With more cases like this one, crooks in government may finally realize that in this country, not everyone can get away with crime.


Mostly all politicians were involved in crime such as corruption. Nowadays, crisis is rising because; politicians corrupt the taxes that have to be used for the development of the country. Higher ranks in politics got higher bunches of money, Power leads them in corrupting, because no one can appoint them because of fear. Just like, what Gen. Garcia done. He was guilty from corruption, also his son who had but submitted $100,000. It is so painful to see that Filipinos are paying their taxes, but politicians are only corrupting it. Politicians got rich, but the poor get poorer. If those cases still happen years from now then, Filipinos have no chance to feel lighten up from the burden in paying taxes.