Scania is now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of trucks, buses and engines to a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
Scania is currently in a period of transformation from being a supplier of trucks, busses and engines to become a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
Global Purchasing is responsible to supply all Scania operations worldwide.
In order to strengthen our ability to secure capacity for parts and components to our Global production, we have created a new function within Scania Purchasing – Supplier Capacity Management (CRM). The target is to proactively and efficiently secure capacity short and long term and further strengthen the relationships with suppliers.
Supplier Capacity Management has a crucial position in the process of securing Supply Chain Capacity by being the function that proactively analyses information to identify deviations and risks and provide Top Management with the necessary input for their decision making. This team will be the central function within Capacity & Risk Management that initiates, coordinates and assigns tasks in order to solve the problems before they disturb production or limit sales.
We are now looking for a successor for our head of Supplier Capacity Management.
The team consists of six highly motivated co-workers with different background and knowledge. To fulfill our role as central part within Capacity & Risk Management there are several roles within in the team from analytic experts to strategic process developers as we are still defining our processes and methods for this new area.
As a manager for the Supplier Capacity Manager it will be your responsibility to guide the team into further developing the methods and processes for proactive capacity management. It will also be your task to prioritize activities and further define the future roles within the team which is of course connected to the development for each individual. In this role you will mainly work together with Purchasing, Central Planning and Material Planning. You will represent Scania Purchasing in different cross functional forums as the Production Planning Meeting and connected Pre – meetings. It will also be part of your tasks to formalize official Supplier Communication in written as well as webcast format.
You will be part of the Capacity and Risk Management Team directly reporting to the Senior Manager, Capacity & Risk Management.
You should have experience as leader or project leader before and extensive background within Purchasing and/or Production & Logistic within Scania to understand Purchasing and Logistic processes connected to your role. Furthermore you are structured and comfortable with a high pace as well as changing environment. You have a high ability of expressing and formalizing a message external as well as internal. Presenting in high management forums as well as in front of bigger audiences is within your comfort zone. You like to challenge the current state and work with continuous improvement on a daily base. As a leader you live the Scania Leadership principles as well putting your team as main priority.
At Scania Purchasing we offer an open, flexible and modern workspace. We are located in new renovated activity based office (ABO) landscape at Scania Syd with good connection from and to E4 and public transportation. We live and value team spirit as well diversity and distributed authority among all colleagues.
If we have captured your interest and you want to join our journey, apply now and let us know why you are the perfect fit for the job.
For more information, contact
Richard Meurke, Senior Manager Capacity & Risk Management + 46 700 811 618.
Your application should include a covering letter and CV. Selection will be made on an ongoing basis throughout the application period.
Apply via our website no later than 15th of December 2019. Job ID 20194638
About the job
- Title: Head of Supplier Capacity Management within Scania Purchasing
- Business area: Purchasing
- Country: Sweden
- City: Sodertalje
- Last application date: 2019-12-15
- Job Id: 20194638