R&D Manager - Wear Parts & Screening Media
- Deadline: 24 May
- Country: Sweden
- Location: Svedala
- Job-ID: R0026729
- Job category: Research & Development
Within Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions, we’re passionate about development and new technology - we make the shift and advance the world through our engineering. Always aiming to offer the best possible experience for our customers is a mission that takes commitment, but as an industry leader we settle for nothing less than excellence in everything we do. We’re now looking for a Wear Parts and Screening Media Manager to lead a competent team within our R&D department. This team doesn’t only provide the right products, but also have an array of service offerings to optimize the entire crushing circuit, help solve problems, and raise profits.
Welcome to join a place of inclusive collaboration, agility and innovation – a place where we nurture an ever-growing portfolio of products and solutions based on the needs of the market, and where pioneering technology meets the core of manufacturing.
So, who are we looking for?
As much as we value your curiosity and passion for driving change, you need a couple of years’ experience from working as a manager within R&D, preferably in a global setting. Your leadership style is characterized by empowering your team and bringing structure, and as a doer you thrive being operative as well. Creativity and your ability to generate business focused ideas are of great importance, and we expect commitment to the digital transformation we’re going through. Also, you have a university degree within Materials or Mechanics, and it’s a good thing if you understand the production processes related to casting. As you'll be part of an international team, we naturally see that you’re well prepared for cultural differences and that you comfortably communicate in English, while skills in Swedish may be beneficial.
Let’s talk about the job
This is a quite operative manager role where you get to coach a small team of specialists with the mission to keep on developing our wear parts and screening media. The team is always your priority, and you make sure to create a setting where everyone gets the opportunity to focus on their job and grow in their profession, while you address the challenges thrown upon the team and figure out how to utilize our resources the best way possible. You’re a strong and active member of the R&D Management team, which is very engaged in change and improvement of our ways of working, and you’re working closely with the Research & Technology department and different product teams to create synergies and take us to the next level.
This position is based at our headquarters in Svedala – a fast and easy commute from surrounding cities such as Malmö, Lund and Ystad, and with our site located just across the train station.
A glimpse of our culture
At Sandvik, we’re technology driven, innovative and entrepreneurial! For us, success is a team effort, and we value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive culture where people can be themselves and reach their full potential. So, we invest in supporting each other, learning together and celebrating our differences. Visit our stories hub, LinkedIn or Facebook to get to know us further.
Send your application no later than May 24th, 2021. We have an open and fair recruitment process - where we welcome all applicants, and where we evaluate every unique application in line with the specified requirements profile to find the best match for the position. Read more about Sandvik Group and apply at home.sandvik/career (Job ID: R0026729).
For further information about this position, please contact:
Kent Walther, recruiting manager, +46 (0)40 406 884
Union contacts - Sweden
Mårten Lindberg, Unionen, +46 (0)40 409 240
Riccardo Repetto, Akademikerföreningen, +46 (0)40 409 394
Michael Wicktor-Ohlsson, Ledarna, +46 (0)40 409 025
For more information about the recruitment process, please contact HR Services, +46 (0)26 261 444.
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Deadline: 24 May