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Operation Command Center Manager– Worldwide Headquarters

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    Position: Operation Command Center Manager– Worldwide Headquarters
    Department: OCC

    Location: Shanghai
    Search date: 2010
    Availability: ASAP
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    ADEN Services is Asia’s leading food and facilities management Services Company, serving more than 200.000 meals per day and operating in 24 cities in China. Every day more than 11,000 Aden Services employees work to improve the quality of daily life of our clients all over South East Asia, Africa and Middle East.

    ADEN Services is looking for a person in charge of its Operations Command Center.
    The ADEN Services Operations Command Center (OCC) is located in Shanghai, in the company Headquarters.

    The main purpose of the Operations Command Center is to centralize all information related to ADEN Services onsite operations in China (services provided, number of staff, incidents, quality of our performance, quality control…) and to provide our clients with advanced services to prevent and manage risks.

    The mission of the Operations Command Center is to enhance the security and safety of our sites through real-time operations control and high-technology based security solutions.

    The Operations Command Center is:
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]a new technology development center (develops control tools and technology-based solutions in order to have a 24/7 link with the monitored sites)
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]an operations coordination center (centralization of the operations)
    The Operations Command Centeris operating 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.



    Key Responsibilities

    The role of the Operations Command Center Manager is to lead the department through the different projects it is conducting, to manage the daily operations monitoring, to communicate with the branches on the progress of the Operations Command Center and to provide support for the sales activities.


    Ø[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Project management
    The Operations Command Center is constantly working on developing new tools as to improve the quality of the company operations or to widen the number of services provided.
    The role of the Operations Command Center manager in this domain is to:
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Receive the requests expressed internally or by the clients;
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Analyze the feasibility;
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Establish technical specifications;
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Select suppliers to work with as to develop the new systems;
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Follow the development of the systems and test the systems;
    -[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Roll out the new services in the Group branches


    Ø[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Daily operations monitoring
    The OCC receives from the monitored sites feedbacks on the operations. The Operations Command Center has to analyze this information, archives it, and provides reports… The Operations Command Center manager has to follow up on the operators and insure that the daily monitoring is correctly done. For some reported events, the Operations Command Center manager will have to closely follow the flow of information and eventually keep the top management informed on the situation (e.g. crisis management).


    Ø[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Communication with branch offices
    The sites linked to the Operations Command Center can be from anywhere in China (even worldwide in the future). Thus it is crucial that all the branches (staff and management) know about the progress of the projects in the Operations Command Center.
    The Operations Command Center manager will therefore have the duty to insure a good communication with the branches and internally promote the tools being developed at the Operations Command Center.


    Ø[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Sales support
    The Operations Command Center manager will have the important role to support sales people from all branches when presenting the Operations Command Center to their clients.
    Most tools will have technical aspects. An overall technical understanding of security systems is appreciated.


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    Requirements:



    At least 3 years experience in project management in China (that ideally include technical aspects)
    Sales experience: direct sales of products and/or services in China
    Fluent in English and Chinese
    Experience in Security would be a plus
    Able to manage long term projects from scratch (define the targets, assess what would be needed in terms of manpower/finance/time to achieve a project, manage personnel…)
    Autonomous
    Proficient presentation skills
    Creative, open-minded, good listener
    Proficient planning skills and good consistence;
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    If you are interested, please send your resume withReferences: “OCC-WHQ-0410” to: julie.hasser@adenservices.com
     

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