Establishing the Vietnamese Company: This involves setting up the legal and operational framework for the company in Vietnam, including dealing with registrations, permits, and compliance with local regulations.
Engaging with Government and Regulatory Authorities: Building relationships and communication with government agencies and regulatory bodies to ensure the company operates within the legal framework and receives necessary support.
Team Formation and Recruitment: Building and organizing the team required for the company's operations in Vietnam. This includes hiring and onboarding employees with various skill sets and expertise.
Participation in Training: Actively participating in training programs, which may include both local and overseas training sessions. This is essential for staying updated on industry trends and company policies.
Task Completion: Completing tasks and assignments as delegated by the General Manager. These tasks could be diverse and could involve various aspects of company operations.
Overall, these responsibilities revolve around the successful establishment and growth of the company's operations in Vietnam, ensuring compliance with local laws and regulations, and building an effective team to support these efforts.
Yêu Cầu Công Việc
Relevant Experience: Prior experience in international Forwarder's sales or operations in Vietnam or a similar experience in local container trucking company is highly desirable.
Legal and Regulatory Knowledge: Strong understanding of Vietnamese business laws and regulations, as well as experience in dealing with government agencies and regulatory bodies.
Team Building and HR Skills: Ability or potential to build and lead a diverse team of professionals with various skill sets, as well as experience in HR and onboarding processes.
Training and Development: Willingness to participate in company training programs and the ability to quickly learn and adapt to new information and technologies.
Communication Skills: Effective communication and negotiation skills for engaging with government authorities, regulatory bodies, and internal team members.
Adaptability: Flexibility to work in a dynamic and evolving environment, including potential travel for training and meetings.
Cultural Sensitivity: Awareness and respect for cultural differences in a diverse work environment.
Language Skills: Proficiency in Chinese and/or English languages, both spoken and written, is often required for effective communication and documentation.
Computer Proficiency: Proficiency in computer operations, including office software and relevant business applications.
Financial and Tax Knowledge: Basic understanding of financial and tax concepts is a plus, but not mandatory