Scania is now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of trucks, buses and engines to a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
Are you eager to develop your leadership skills and do business with a long-term strategic perspective? Do you want to work in an international environment together with a fantastic team, and truly believe that the best result always comes from working together? If yes, this might be the right position for you!
We are now looking for two new members of the Powertrain Project Procurement Management team. One will lead the new group, Aluminum Casting, and one will lead the Forgings team, as the current manager will continue her leadership journey within Scania Procurement.
In this job, you’ll get the possibility to be part of driving the Procurement transformation, both within Scania and TRATON. You focus on creating the prerequisites for the team to succeed in an evolving and complex environment. You and the team secure our deliverables in Scania and TRATON product development projects. The deliverables consist mainly of supplier nominations and industrialization of the products on time and to the right cost, but also supporting the product development projects with target estimates for investments and part price, as well as identify, handle, and escalate deviations occurring during the project life length.
With solid integrity, you represent the team, the department, Procurement, Scania, and TRATON in a global environment, e.g. in decision meetings & strategic discussions. You will coach colleagues and team members in day-to-day challenges, such as sourcing strategies, negotiation tactics & supplier management.
As a Project Procurement Manager, you and your counterparts within Quality and Commodity (management 3-ring) will set the strategies, and tactics and follow up your targets within your area of responsibility.
You are probably proactive, organized, flexible, likes to take initiative, are able to handle multiple open cases, and possess proven leadership skills. Previous experience in procurement, project management, design, or production is an advantage. As your work includes a lot of interactions at different levels, at Suppliers, at Scania, and at our sister brands in TRATON, it is important that you have the ability to collaborate and build trust, and are clear in your communication with others. You should have high integrity and good judgment, and work according to the Scania leadership principles. You have knowledge of Swedish and speak and write fluently in English.
Who am I as your manager?
My name is Mattias Pettersson and I have been working at Scania in different areas such as Production, R&D, and Procurement. In Procurement, I have had various roles since 1997 and have been a manager for the last 20 years. I am deeply committed to the success and development of our team. I believe that it’s important to have fun at work and to create an atmosphere of honesty and trust in the team. By that, we can have transparency and solve problems together. I aim to support your growth by coaching you with the things you want to improve and also help you to identify what you are great at and strengthen that even further. I hope that you will also feedback and challenge me on our journey together.
For more information
Please contact Mattias Pettersson, Director of Powertrain Procurement, at +46 8 553 89338 or Jill Ahlberg, Project Procurement Manager Forgings, at +46 8 553 70061 or Babel Barisho, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at +46 8 553 70417
Your application should include a cover letter and CV. Please apply latest 2023-12-04. Selection will be done continuously.