At IFS you will work in a growing, global enterprise software company where informal hierarchies promote simplicity and trust with responsibility. We strive to deepen our expertise by taking on challenging and varying work assignments in a collaborative environment together with committed colleagues. With professionalism and a strong customer focus in everything we do, from R&D to Sales and Consultancy, we are proud to serve world-class customers all over the globe with our leading products.
As our consultant specialized in supply chain processes, you must enjoy working in teams and be good at networking. You will work closely with colleagues, ensuring we deliver value to the customer through our projects.
To succeed in the role as a consultant, we expect you are:
If you are or have one or more of the following, it will be considered a bonus:
We expect you to continuously want to develop and learn to stay relevant and being an expert who shares knowledge and experience with customers and colleagues. This includes staying updated within your field of expertise, on technology as well as the industry segments in which IFS operates.
Preferred to have:
What we offer you:
We are recruiting for this role in Norway, Sweden, Denmark or Finland.
Travel: We expect you to be ready to travel and represent IFS at customer sites all across the Nordics when needed. This means that for certain projects, intensive travel can be required, while for others, none.
For further information, please contact recruiting manager, Saija Böhling email@example.com, or HR Business Partner, Tone Mette Pytte +47 917 93 511
Please submit a brief cover letter telling us a bit about yourself and how you would fit in to this position along with your CV. Interviews and selections are being made continuously. If you are interested, apply as soon as possible, no later than 15th of May.
As a step in our recruitment process, all final candidates will undergo a test, to get us an understanding of our future employees. Our final candidate will also be asked to undergo a security check conducted by a third-party.