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Project Manager

Malmö, Skåne County - Explore location Purchasing & Sourcing Full Time

Job description

WHY WE WILL LOVE YOU

Simply because of your passion in business, environment and people. If you see yourself in a role where you are in the driving seat for better procurement, then we are looking for you!

We also see that you have:
• A university degree in Business Administration, Engineering, Law or corresponding
• Preferably five years’ experience of working in international organisations, of which at least three delivering success within project management and/or procurement
• Excellent business knowledge and mindset
• Strong leadership and communication skills
• Strong knowledge of project management and change management methods and tools, ideally also of agile principles
• Good understanding of the Source-to-Pay process
• Good knowledge of the Ingka Retail organisation, and ideally experience of multiple successful implementations in the country dimension
• Fluency in English, both written and verbal

In addition to this, you should be able to understand the bigger picture and always act with the customer, IKEA values and total IKEA in mind. You build long-term relationships based on mutual trust. You identify and capture business opportunities and deliver results through involving and engaging people. You are comfortable in and can adapt to a fast-changing business environment and have a track record of implementing organisational change.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

We are looking for two Project Managers for our Project Management Office (PMO) in Ingka Procurement. The PMO is responsible for the strategic planning for procurement and for leading key strategic and transformational initiatives to build better procurement for the Ingka Group.
In this position, you will take on the responsibility to project manage selected parts of the Source-To-Pay implementation in our Ingka countries and group functions. You will take leadership to secure a successful implementation in the countries, bringing in your expertise in change management, together with the global and local country teams.
You will lead projects that contribute to Ingka’s Procurement Strategy and transformation and which often span across several processes and dimensions. You will be using relevant project management methods and tools including lean and agile principles. You will take leadership to deliver change and excellent project results together with the project team in line with the IKEA vision and values. You will need a strategic and business-oriented mindset, good understanding of the procurement process and ability to collaborate closely with all relevant stakeholders. You need to be able to contribute and deliver on strategic, tactical and operational level. You will continuously seek opportunities for improvement, challenge the business and demonstrate willingness to change and adapt to new circumstances.
In this position you will report to the PMO Manager.

OUR TEAM WITHIN IKEA

Hej! We are Ingka Procurement, part of Ingka Group. We bring IKEA into the lives of the many people in more than 30 countries around the world. As IKEA grows it will be increasingly important that we have a way of sourcing and supplying that is fit to grow with IKEA. Together with colleagues all over the world we work to identify and understand all kinds of needs related to IKEA operations. Together with our suppliers we meet those needs innovatively, cost-effectively and with sustainability built in from the start. We secure a high-performing supplier base that can contribute to and grow together with IKEA in the future. Our ambition is to develop meaningful and better procurement!

QUESTIONS AND SUPPORT? LET'S CONNECT!

If you have job-specific questions, please contact PMO Manager Sofia Grauers at sofia.grauers@ingka.ikea.com. If you have questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Gürkan Gamli, gurkan.gamli@ingka.ikea.com.

We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible, but no later than the 22nd of October. Send in your application in English. Please note that we will be reviewing applications on a continuous basis.