Senior Business Developer
at Qatar Airways in
Job highlightsPosted on October 1, 2013
Develop QP's Petrochemical ventures strategy. Assess the global Petrochemical industry, undertaking industry, market and scenario analysis and develop related forecasts. Evaluates the commercial/financial strength of the potential N partner. Evaluates competitor's position in Petrochemical sector. Undertakes customer's requirement analysis for petrochemical products. Participates in negotiations of the commercial project agreements. Participates and supports QPI to evaluate the international investment opportunities. Education:
B.Sc. / M.Sc. degree in Chemical Petroleum Engineering with strong awareness of Economics, Finance, Market Analysis and Business Development is required. An advanced degree is advantageous (e.g., Masters in Business Administration, Economics, etc.) Experience & Skills:
10 years minimum of professional experience in hydrocarbon processing with business development and project economics is required. Experience in mergers and acquisitions, strategy, and-or corporate development is highly preferred. Hands-on experience developing financial, business appraisal and economic models to support the integrated project; experience modelling integrated developments is a plus. Proficient in building/using/modifying models to support projects evaluation and development, Decision Making and strategic planning Broad and current knowledge of a wide spectrum of industries, namely: Petrochemical industries including market trends, business drivers and downstream transformation industries. Ability to work with different cultures and backgrounds, activities and work processes. Proficiency in specifying and supporting models for screening prospects and pushing investments; Ability to create a positive and professional business relationship with internal and external groups. Please note that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
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