Scania is now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of trucks, buses and engines to a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
If you have a passion for sustainability and the ability to turn it into actions, this is the job for you!
Scania’s vision, Leader in sustainable transport, depends heavily on our ability to conduct responsible business and with large values sourced, Purchasing and the supply chain plays a major role.
The department Projects, Strategy and Regions supports Purchasing globally in multiple areas, including business development. We are currently looking for a business development coordinator with focus on sustainability.
In this job you’ll get the possibility to work with something close to your heart. At the same time you help Scania on its way of becoming leader in sustainable transport by minimizing risk and increasing sustainability performance in our supply chain.
Together with the rest of the team you will be responsible for supporting the Purchasing organisation and our suppliers in sustainability matters. You main tasks will be to run our supplier assessment, follow-up and risk rating processes.
You will engage with suppliers in campaigns and follow-up using our self-assessment questionnaire and you will support our purchasers by conducting supplier risk ratings for sourcing decisions. Additionally, an important part of the job is to develop our way of working to increase efficiency and value.
You will work closely with purchasing colleagues globally within the Volkswagen group and you will have frequent interactions with sustainability professionals externally.
You are passionate about sustainability and have a strong supply chain interest. You have a relevant education or experience from a supply chain context as buyer, either at Scania or elsewhere.
We are looking for a person who are professional, flexible and customer focused. You will have many customers and have the ability to structure your work and deliver both quantity and quality. You have developed computer skills and an interest in digitalisation.
The role involves a large international network, so you will need good communication skills and be proficient in both written and spoken English. Additional languages is a merit.
We offer an interesting and challenging job, with plenty of scope for new ideas. Scania’s culture is characterised by openness, diversity and respect for the individual. Our people are our most important resource, so we invest in employee training. We will give you the opportunity to develop your skills so you can grow with us.
For questions please contact: Ted Elman, Head of Strategy & Sustainability (SNX) +46(0)8 553 83 186
Your application should include a cover letter, CV and copies of any certificates. Apply via our website HR InLine/Jobbsök på Scania no later than March 24th. Job id 20190842