Senior fuel trader to Fortum Värme
Would you like to have a leading role to develop our fuel supply to our large plants? Then you should apply to join Fortum Värme and become a part of their team Fuel Supply Management. They are responsible for the fuel supply to Fortum Värmes Combined Heat & Power plants in Stockholm area.
Selection and interviews are held continuously, so don't hesitate to apply today. We welcome your application in Swedish or English.
You will have a central role with many internal and external contacts. You will be part of, as well as lead, cross-functional teams for development of fuel supply chain. You will, among other things handle purchase of fuels and participate in project work of new fuels and facilities.
We believe you have a relevant academic degree, and have the ambition to become a future manager. In order to succeed, you need experience from trading preferable including logistics in an international environment. You are capable of working independently as well as in a team and can handle stressful situations.
You are expected to take a leading role for future development of existing fuel mix. You enjoy working independently in close cooperation with suppliers and colleagues with operational as well as strategic issues. The role demands you to be a tough negotiator with authority and at the same time be a good relationship builder. You contribute to the team´s success with your communication skills, and are fluent in speaking and writing in both Swedish and English.
We offer you a stimulating and challenging job as trader with dedicated colleagues in an exciting industry sector. You will have the possibility to work with complex supply chains for fuels, as well as in various projects in existing and coming investment projects for the future success of Fortum Värme.
Union representatives are: Ledarna, Hamid Koochaky 08-671 70 00, Unionen, Louise Leandertz 08-671 70 00, SEKO, Jan Persson 08-671 70 00 and Akademikerna/Sveriges Ingenjörer, Anders Marklund 08-671 70 00.
Fortum Värme produces district heating, district cooling and electricity. The company has contributed to Stockholm being counted among the world's cleanest capital cities and that Stockholm was designated by the EU in 2010 as the world's first environmental capital – Green Capital. Between the years 2010–2016, Fortum Värme invests SEK 7 billion in combined heat and power production in the Stockholm region. District heating in Stockholm will be entirely produced from renewable and recovered energy no later than 2030. The company has about 10,000 district heating and cooling customers. Fortum Värme is equally owned by Fortum and the City of Stockholm.