- Wed, Nov 29, 2017 04:00 PM
Latitude: 59.2547, Longitude: 15.2484
Scania Student Tour is coming to Örebro University! Are you interested in work experience, a summer job, thesis projects, engineer program, internships or a trainee program? Welcome to visit our truck, have a fika and meet the Scania team. Come and have a chat with us and find out about which career opportunities at Scania suit you best. Oh, and make sure you don’t miss the series of Scania lectures we’ll be holding during our stay. See you soon! #scaniastudenttour Participate in Scania Student Tour Challenge With the Scania Student Tour Challenge, 30 students will win the opportunity to spend a day at Scania, meet members from the executive board, managers from the organisation, and experience driving Scania’s next generation of trucks. Five students will also win a fully-paid trip to visit a Scania production unit! Are you one of these students? Complete our challenge to enter the competition, and meet us at your university during the Scania Student Tour to boost your chances of winning! The application period is 28 September – 10 December 2017. Read more and participate here: https://sqore.com/opportunity/scania-student-tour-challenge-2017-2018 Lecture – Scania Global Purchasing, Being a part of an industry leading purchasing organization Today Scania has a turnover of 11 billion SEK. 64% of the revenue, 7 billion SEK, is spent at Purchasing. This means that the work that our 670 employees globally do has a huge impact on Scania’s profit. Furthermore, as a premium brand and industry leader, we at purchasing have a responsibility to ensure the right quality, delivery and sustainability of the products and services that we source. If you are interested and want to learn more about how it is to be part of this team, join us at our presentation. Time: 12.15-13.00 Place: HSL1 Name: Simon Bork Title: Supplier Quality Manager Education: KTH, Industrial economy Name: Fredrik Vidlund Title: Sourcing Manager Education: KTH, Industrial management This lecture will be in Swedish.