SCANIA CV AB · Publicerad 12 juli 2021

Scania is a world leading provider of transport solutions. Together with our suppliers and partners, we are driving the shift towards complete and sustainable transport systems. Working at Scania is also about having a healthy workplace with diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities for women and men.

The global semiconductor supply situation

The global semiconductor shortage has created a serious challenge for the global automotive industry. The overall pandemic with strong demand in consumer electronics, shifting business models in the semiconductor world, deviating product life cycles between the industries and other disturbances have thrown these two industries out of sync.

Looking into the future, the complexity and demand for semiconductors will continue to increase. New technologies like electrification and growth in automation, will not only challenge the semiconductor industry but are also key in Scania’s journey of becoming a sustainable transport solution provider.

To keep up with the increased demand and complexity of the semiconductor supply chain, we are looking for an expert in the semiconductor management to become part of our journey.

Our team SCK - Commodity Autonomous & Connected Systems

We are a diverse team with lots of experience within purchasing and electronics who enjoy working closely together. We enjoy solving problems both within the team and with our cross-functions and always strive to find the best solutions for Scania. Our team has different backgrounds, competencies and skills. We strive for a climate where opinions and knowledge are openly shared within the team without any sense of prestige.

We are responsible for procuring and maintaining the supply of electronic components, embedded systems and software for our present and upcoming vehicle generations in the areas of automated driving, driver interaction and connectivity.


How do we untangle this shortage situation? We want you to be part of the team that shapes Scania’s future strategy in terms of semiconductor supply management. You will support the organization to move away from reactive crisis management into a proactive supply strategy.

In your daily work you will
  • Establish relationships with the semiconductor manufacturers and other suppliers globally.
  • Create Scania’s semiconductor supply strategies to limit our exposure in future crises.
  • Investigate Scania’s need for semiconductor and wafer technology, and try to synchronize the demand and capacity all the way down to foundry capacity.
  • Work closely with other functions at Scania, such as R&D and Production.
  • Coordinate and align our strategy and activities closely with colleagues at VW and TRATON.
  • Negotiate terms and conditions with suppliers and chip manufacturers.
  • Have the opportunity to learn from experienced purchasers and support new colleagues at Scania Purchasing.
Your profile

We are looking for a semiconductor or procurement specialist, which is ready to take the next step and make a difference for Scania. You should
  • Have about 5 years of work experience in semiconductor-related industries.
  • Be familiar with supply chain strategy and procurement strategies.
  • Have a strategic mindset, be able to think long-term and share your knowledge with others.
  • An academic degree in engineering, supply chain management or comparable.
  • Be able to travel occasionally and be fluent in writing and speaking English, as the role involves communication with global suppliers. Other language skills are an advantage.
  • Have a commercial mindset, technical interest and love to build relations.
  • Enjoy working in a team towards a common goal and being a representative of Scania Purchasing towards internal functions and suppliers.
  • You are self-driven, ambitious and able to set and achieve your own goals.
We offer

We offer a unique and challenging opportunity in the area of strategic semiconductor management, that will have a direct impact on how Scania will be securing its future volumes and technologies. We offer a healthy and inspiring workplace, with deep respect for the individual, where you have great opportunities to shape your work and future. Your personal and professional development is important and something we encourage and support. If you want to be a part of a great team that is characterized by openness, diversity, and respect for the individual and where the team members are loyal to Scania and proud to represent our company, you will make a perfect fit.

For the right person who takes responsibility for their development, Scania offers many different ways to an exciting career in Sweden or internationally, at Purchasing or other functions within the Volkswagen group, specialist or leadership - you choose!


Please contact: Lasse Osbahr, Manager Commodity Autonomous & Connected Systems, +46 70 08 06 757 or Felix Poidinger, Manager Project Purchasing Autonomous & Connected Systems, +46 70 08 69 994


Your application should include a CV, a cover letter and copies of any relevant certificates. Selections and interviews will take place on an ongoing basis throughout the application period, except during summer vacation time (week 28-30). Please apply as soon as possible and no later than August 27th 2021.

We look forward to receiving your application!
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Om företaget
Scania is a world-leading provider of transport solutions. Together with our partners and customers we are driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system. In 2020, we delivered 66,900 trucks, 5,200 buses as well as 11,000 industrial and marine power systems to our customers. Net sales totalled to over SEK 125 billion, of which over 20 percent were services-related. Founded in 1891, Scania now operates in more than 100 countries and employs some 50,000 people. Research and development are mainly concentrated in Sweden. Production takes place in Europe and Latin America with regional product centres in Africa, Asia and Eurasia. Scania is part of TRATON GROUP.
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27 aug 2021
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