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e-Mobility Solution Manager to Scania



Försäljning, inköp, marknadsföring

Publication Date

5 May 2023





Do you want to build Scania’s future and lead the electrification shift? Great! We are building our structure as we go along and will need another colleague to shape and add to our way of working.

The world of transport and logistics is electrifying rapidly, and Scania is facing the biggest shift in our history. Our target is to take a leading role in the transformation by quickly building a sustainable transport solution through a steady flow of new tailor-made products, services and not the least, enhanced abilities. Besides a whole new product range, this will change the way we do business and interact with our customers.

Your team and our assignment

As a group, we work closely together with interconnected responsibilities and competencies to be able to open and engage discussions and to get quick support when needed. Our shared purpose is to: "Secure and use deep insights of the customer's business, goals and requirements to guide where to play and how to electrify goods transport".

As part of e-Mobility department, you will have the opportunity to work with other amazing people from a variety of backgrounds united by a passion for e-mobility as a way to create a better planet. We put effort into our teams to bring out the greatness in everyone and have an ambition that going to work should recharge your batteries rather than drain them. To support you, we have mood managers, great coffee and we continuously work to assure that we have premises and setup to accommodate a modern work-life in a start-up atmosphere.

As a Solution Manager

In the role of solution manager, you ensure in-depth insights into the customer's business, goals and requirements. You use and develop modern methods to explore perceived and unperceived needs, then make these available to all relevant parties, including customers, distributors, resellers, product management, R&D and strategic product planning.

As part of your responsibility and area of ​​expertise, you will segment the market to cluster customers with similar needs. In order for the segmentation to become specific to the customers' needs and business benefit, you critically assess the customers' business by carefully formulating the problem. For example, through the use of customer experience tools.

Your profile and experience

You have broad experience in the area of goods transport and a good understanding of the needs and possibilities of all product areas. You like to lead in the business integration of new technologies and convert them into real customer value and Scania business.

You are a self-going person that sees, visualises and builds structures and processes from scattered information and find or fill in the missing pieces. You form and communicate a common vision and find it natural to act in between disciplines to get other persons to work towards it. You make things happen through a creative touch and hands-on approach where you see beyond the way we do business and run our operations today.

More information

We are collaborating with Nexer Recruit in this recruitment. Please contact recruitment consultant Elin Murman at or call +46 761 169 132 if you want to learn more about the position. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

We consider applications at an ongoing basis and the position may therefore be filled before the application period has expired.

About Scania

Scania is a world-leading provider of transport solutions, including trucks and buses for heavy transport applications combined with an extensive product-related service offering. Together with our partners and customers we are driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system. In 2022, we delivered 80,200 trucks, 5,000 buses as well as 13,400 industrial and marine power systems to our customers. Net sales totalled to over SEK 170 billion, of which over 22 percent were services-related. Founded in 1891, Scania now operates in more than 100 countries and employs some 57,000 people. Research and development are mainly concentrated in Sweden. Production takes place in Europe and Latin America with regional product centres in Africa, Asia and Eurasia. Scania is part of TRATON GROUP. For more information visit: