As announced in May 2014, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Siemens have established a new joint-venture company named Primetals Technologies, Limited for the metals industry. With this joint venture both partners are forming a globally-operating complete provider of plants, products and services for the iron, steel and nonferrous industries. Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery (MHMM) - an MHI consolidated group company with equity participation by Hitachi, Ltd. and IHI Corporation - holds a 51% stake and Siemens a 49% stake in the joint venture.
Position: Commercial Trainee
Required: B.Com – Finance (Male)
JD: Main purpose of the role: Handling all commercial aspects of large turnkey construction contracts; Efficient management of customer relationships;
Areas of Responsibility: Accounting and Reporting for Projects. Forecasting Turnover, Profit and Cash Flows for projects. Driving achievement of profit, cash flow and turnover for projects. Receivables and Excess Cost Management. Regular monitoring and coordination to ensure efficient management of all commercial aspects of projects including taxation, contractual, insurance and finance related topics. Regular interface with Customers to ensure mutually beneficial relationship. Continuous guidance, support and mentoring of Commercial Project Managers.
Knowledge and skills required: IFRS/ Indian GAAP provisions on Construction Contracts. Taxation/ contractual/ finance (BG/ LC etc.), Interpersonal skills to develop and maintain customer relations and in interactions with foreign counterparts/ organization.
Educational and Professional Requirements: Honours graduate majoring from St.Xavier’s College, in Accounting/ Taxation/ Costing with 1st class marks.
Additional Requirement: Willing to travel to customer/project sites.
CTC; Rs. 3.5/- lakhs pa
Campus : April 11, 2017
Last date: March 31, 2017
Interested students are requested to register their name through online (www.sxccal.edu- Placement Cell - Registration for Campus Drive).
**** Without Placement Card you are not allowed to sit for the process