Supply Chain and Logistics
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Ericsson operates in some of the harshest places in the world. We regularly support people and communities that desperately need our help to keep them connected – perhaps when it is even a matter of life and death. This is why our Sourcing operation is so vital. Products and services – as well as opportunities – in the ICT industry are becoming more complex and interrelated. Enabling the Networked Society through innovation and partnerships places greater demands and increased focus on supplier relations and capabilities.
At Ericsson Sourcing, we seek to optimize efficiencies and deliver maximum value for our customers. We do this through our dedicated work to create and nurture relationships with partners and suppliers. These relationships are essential to achieving our vision of The Networked Society, where every person and every industry is empowered to reach their full potential.
Supply Chain and Logistics roles
Ericsson strives to be the customer of choice to suppliers so that, together, we can achieve best-in-class pricing, continue innovating and attain competitive advantage for our supply chain.
Professionals in Supply Chain and Logistics need a variety of skills to handle the range of responsibilities for these roles. Whether you’re managing and controlling contracts, supporting the warehouse provider with operational advice and improvement programs, or giving advice in complex areas like unclear product mix, supplier-related issues and distribution matters, your work in Supply Chain & Logistics at Ericsson will be meaningful and rewarding.
The kinds of roles that we recruit for include: Demand Management, Warehouse Operations, Supply Chain Design and Control and Project Management. To find out more about any of these areas, use the keyword function in the Job Search box below.
The key attributes that people have in our Sourcing teams are the capability to analyse data, present recommendations and deliver the results that meet (and exceed) customer expectations. You can hear some of our people talking about the Sourcing projects we deliver here.
Sourcing excellence at Ericsson
As a global company with a supplier network extending across the world, Ericsson works closely with suppliers to continuously ensure the integrity and efficiency of its supply chain. We do this through risk management, cost and commercial excellence, as well as Responsible Sourcing which ensures the Supplier Code of Conduct is adhered to throughout the supply chain.
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