Ericsson Eesti AS is looking for a
Manager of Indirect Sourcing and purchasing department
Indirect Sourcing and Purchasing Department is an equipment and services procurement unit inside Ericsson Supply Tallinn. We have local and regional responsibility of sourcing indirect equipment and services within Ericsson sites in Estonia and Sweden.
Your primary responsibilities:
- Lead and develop Indirect Sourcing and Purchasing Department and related processes
- Establish commodity strategies for Tallinn Supply Site
- Drive sourcing and purchasing related projects for Tallinn Supply Site
- Setting, aligning and following strategies and targets inside sourcing organization
- Contract management and negotiations
- Day to day collaboration with local and global suppliers
- Follow global directives and guidelines coming from central sourcing organization
- Identify potential cost saving opportunities for CAPEX and OPEX purchases
In this role, it is important you have:
- University degree in supply chain or business administration or relevant experience from the field of Sourcing, Supply Planning or Procurement
- At least 2 years of experience in leading diverse teams
- Highly developed skills in Microsoft Office and ERP applications
- Fluent written and spoken English and Estonian, Russian is a plus
- Strong personal drive and excellent networking skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and analytical mindset
- Skills in mitigation and elimination of risks
- Natural team player with drive and positive attitude
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Primary country and city: Estonia (EE) || || Tallinn || Supply&Log