|Work Location||Petaling Jaya, Malaysia|
|Experience Required||2 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
• As the Business Development Associate, you will be responsible for supporting Business Development Manager to generate, lead and manage partnerships, special projects and new businesses to primarily help Malaysia Operations achieve its business objectives.
• To secondarily support Regional BD in a similar capacity.
• These partnerships are intended to secure strategic competitive advantage for Grab, leveraging the joint strength of Grab and partners.
The day-to-day activities:
• Independently generate leads for partnerships, using data analysis and business modelling.
• Manage partnership relationships, including effectively navigating partners’ organizational structures.
• Implement and manage work processes and procedures.
• Independently and amiably handle partnership disputes.
• Manage and track team’s budgets effectively.
• Independently work closely with internal stakeholders, including Marketing and Product team.
The must haves:
• Bachelor’s Degree or higher in any field (preferably in business, management or marketing).
• Minimum 1-2 years of experience in structuring collaboration terms, securing deals and collaboration campaign.
• Ability to build good relationships with partners and match partners’ needs and organisation resources to grow the Grab Financial business.
• Proficient with data and gathering insights from data to help inform decisions
• Energetic, enthusiastic and calm even in a dynamic and fast paced environment.
• Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English.
• A highly independent individual with excellent team-working skills.
• Excellent time management and communication skills with excellent leadership skills.
• Microsoft Office skills are required (MS. Excel, MS. Word and MS. Powerpoint
Grab is your everyday everything app.
“Why can’t we have a safer way to hail a ride?” “Can’t we give drivers better working conditions?” “What if we could make life just a little bit easier?” Okay, it started with several questions. Those questions led to a group of incredibly ambitious (and incredibly optimistic) friends starting this company in a tiny rented storage space somewhere in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. That was in 2012. Today, that tiny company has turned into Grab, Southeast Asia’s largest mobile technology company that connects millions of consumers to millions of drivers, merchants, and businesses. Grab is taking on the largest problems that affect the region, including access inequality, outdated infrastructure, and income disparity. Just like every single Southeast Asian, we’re still incredibly ambitious. We’re still questioning those everyday limitations. And we’re still incredibly optimistic.