Group Manager to Access Management
Access Management (IBAC) is part of the Service Desk section in Scania IT. The group currently consists of 13 employees and 2 consultants. Within the section, we currently have about 60 employees and consultants who work with our daily support of Scania's IT products and services to all our companies within the Scania Group. The group is responsible for managing accounts and permissions in Scania's central IT system. The group is also responsible for Scania's Access Management process and the Access Management area.
We are looking for a driven servant leader to lead and develop our deliveries within Access Management together with an ambitious and competent team that wants to further develop.
You are responsible for managing and developing the group. As Group Manager, one of your most important tasks is to develop these employees and give your team the opportunity to grow. You are responsible for the group's cost budget and its delivery capability. Your task is to ensure that the team has the right skills and technical ability to secure delivery. You will participate in the management team work within the section and contribute to jointly further developing work and business processes. Continuous improvements are an obvious part of the work. You will lead an ambitious and competent team that together with you wants to further develop.
We believe you have a university degree or equivalent work-life experience. As a person you have energy and a driven personality that strives to move forward and a passion to make our deliverables successful. You have a great understanding of Information and IT security and the ability to lead a business with many and major changes.
To succeed in the role, we believe you have broad, documented IT skills as well as previous managerial experience, and experience in teamwork.
In a very event-driven environment, you are comfortable to make quick decisions, if necessary, and you feel confident in the leadership role. As we work in a global environment with many contact areas, you are easy to communicate and collaborate, and you see change as a natural part of your professional life. We assume you can good Swedish and English, both in speech and in writing.
The IT organization is working with IT Service Management according to ITIL, and knowledge in the field is considered to be meritorious.
As an employee at Scania, we offer other benefits, such as personal car, performance bonus, occupational pension, flexible working hours, lunch at reduced prices and much more, in addition to career and development opportunities. If you live in Stockholm, we offer a direct bus between Stockholm and Södertälje with Scania Job Express.
For more information
Contact Peter Tihane (Head of Section), 08-553 855 92, Sandra Milvert (HR Business Partner),08-553 725 01 or Annette Skeppström (Recuritment Specialist), 08-553 717 15.
Your application must contain personal letter, CV and grade copies. Interviews are held continuously during the application period. Attach your resume, personal letter and relevant grade copies (only in word or pdf-format). We also need your full name, address, email and mobile number to register your application. Incomplete mail applications we will not be able to handle