Scania is right now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of Trucks, Buses and Engines to become the leader within sustainable transport solutions.
Scania Purchasing is responsible for sourcing the need for all of Scania´s global production units. The department of Powertrain purchasing focuses on parts for engines, gearbox and axels – both supplier and in-house developed. Since we are currently in a phase of many exiting product development projects we are now looking for a Project Sourcing Manager with a big technical and commercial interest.
As a project purchaser for casted parts you will be responsible for securing that parts are sourced and implemented in time within Scania´s development projects. You will together with your purchasing colleagues be part of setting the strategy for the material group, give input to supplier base and identify suppliers for new technical concepts.
You will be the main interface towards Scania´s R&D department. This involves securing correct balance between technical function and cost for new parts and negotiate and secure that technical concepts being developed are manufacturable. Also, strategy for sourcing and testing of new parts shall be aligned with R&D.
The role entails cross functional work with both R&D, Production and market department to reach best possible product quality and cost for the parts within your area of responsibility.
We are looking for you with a big technical and commercial interest. Earlier experience of the casting/foundry or machining industry is an advantage. Since the role puts high demand on cross functional work and alignment you appreciate working in a team and work proactively to assist and involve others. You are also skilled in communicating with others and you always aim to promote two-way communication. Advanced level in written and spoken English is mandatory, and good knowledge in Swedish is an advantage.
You also have good analytical skills, good structure, takes own initiative and has a passion for developing both yourself and the environment you work in.
You probably have some years experience of commercial work in a technical environment and an academic degree in business economics, engineering or similar.
You have a commercial mindset and are skilled and confident in negotiations, in working in a high pace environment and in reacting quickly to avoid and handle crises or deviations.
Scania´s corporate culture is characterised by respect for the individual, continuous improvements and putting the customer both internally and externally first. Employees are our most important resource, so we invest in training and developing our employees both on the job but also with Scania Academy – our centre for both internal and external courses. For the right person who takes responsibility for their own development Scania offers many different ways to an exciting career in Sweden or Internationally, at Purchasing or other function, Specialist or leadership – you choose!
As an employee you also have access to commuter bus Stockholm-Södertälje, a complete training facility, benefits such as personnel car, result bonus, flexible working hours etc.
We offer a team with members of different genders, backgrounds, competences and skills. We have a high team spirit and values doing things together both during and after working hours. We strive for a climate where opinions and knowledge is openly shared within the team without any sense of prestige. We believe that every team member has something unique to bring to our team – we look forward to hear what your contribution will be!
For further information
Please contact Maria Isaksson, Head of Project Purchasing Castings +468-553 838 47.
Your application should include a CV, a cover letter and copies of any relevant certificates. Selections and interviews will take place on an ongoing basis throughout the application period. Please apply through our website HR InLine/Scania Job Search no later than the 28
Job Id: 20192052
We look forward to receiving your application stating how you can contribute to Scania´s ongoing success.