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- International Work Environment
- Excellent Work-Life Balance
About Our Client
Our client is the largest telecommunications company in the world; having been deployed in more than 140 countries and it currently serves 45 of the world's 50 largest telecoms operators. There are currently 1000 people and 5 different sections operating within Japan.
More detailed actions required are:
1.To be involved in project pre-sales phase for generating project organization and delivery plan.
2.To identify and define the proper project deliverables to customers.
3.To create Project Plan including Scope of Work, Schedule, Communication Plan, Quality Control Plan etc.
4.To create detailed organization structure and responsibility matrix, assign appropriate tasks and responsibilities to the team members, forecast resource requirements for all aspects of project delivery.
5.To organize and manage an appropriate team/system to monitor the project progress, detect and handle problems in the project.
6.To resolve any problems/issues detected in project execution by communicating/negotiating to customers/internal departments/vendors, and/or escalating to higher level management.
7.To obtain the Acceptance Certificate in time from the customer, and support collecting contract payments on schedule.
8.To identify and initiate launch of up-sell opportunities and activities.
The Successful Applicant
1.Project management skills
2.Telecoms sector competent, at least be familiar with one kind of telecommunication products, including wireless, EPC, UMTS, LTE, Fixed Network, etc.
3.Ability to work with customers, internal departments and vendors.
4.Ability to work across cultural and organizational boundaries, and operate successfully in an intense business environment.
5.Ability to perform job functions to standards under pressure of tense/confrontational situations.
6.Ability to remain calm and courteous with demanding/difficult customers and/or situations.
7.Ability to communicates effectively using clear, plain English.
8.Ability to host presentations at management and executive level.
9.Good writing skills in Japanese
10.Be strong with numbers and have business sense
What's on Offer
*Regular working schedule: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5:30pm (1 hour lunch break) - overtime upon discretionary scheme
*Holidays: Saturday, Sunday and National Holidays
*Benefits: Social Insurance, transportation