Sandvik, Inc. Inventory Project Manager in Ireland

Inventory Project Manager

Job overview

  • Deadline:

14 Jul

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Supply Chain & Logistics

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Global Inventory Management is responsible for all parts inventory and buying globally (Front and Back Lines)

Main responsibilities are:

  • Parts Inventory Management (SMCL and SA)

  • Parts buying (external and internal suppliers, global and local)

  • Operational performance and process ownership (Buying and Inventory Management)


This role is responsible to plan, execute and control projects to ensure delivery according to project objectives and Sandvik project model(s).



Strong focus on safety is a must, in planning and implementing the regional business infrastructure in line with Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology’s EHS policies, procedures and objective at all times.

Direct management responsibility

  • Create, develop and execute the Project Plan according to Project Charter (or equivalent).

  • Ensure efficient utilization of technical and administrative resources.

  • Execute projects according to Sandvik Project models and appropriate methods

  • Lead, manage and motivate the project team.

  • Manage dependencies, risks and opportunities.

  • Follow-up and report on project status (cost, time/progress, quality etc.).

  • Communicate effectively with project team and stakeholders.

  • Manage changes to the project scope imposed by e.g. customer or steering group decisions.

  • Train and coach project team members

  • Hand-over projects deliverables to receiving organization(s)

  • Participate to project tasks and assignments and utilize own expertise in supply chain management


Reports to: OPPER (Operational performance) manager

Liaises with:

Regional Inventory managers

Material Management Lead

Regional Logistics Operations Managers

OPPER team

Parts and Service BLMs

IT organisation

External contacts: IMS provider


  • Must have worked with cross cultural workgroups for more than two years.

  • Excellent leadership skills in projects

  • Advanced analytical skills

  • Advanced communication skills

  • Experienced in project management methodologies and techniques

  • Good working knowledge of English, and ability to travel.


  • Project Management experience

  • Supply Chain Management experience



Applicants must be eligible to work in the EU or hold a valid permit to work in the EU.

Please apply by clicking the Apply Now button below. If you have any queries please call HR Services on 0800 652 0011 or 1 800 806 165.

Closing date 14th July 2017.

No agencies please.

Deadline: 14 Jul

Job-ID: 348658