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Supply developer


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Tööpakkumise number 191963

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Job Description

  • Driving improvements of the supply chain together with our suppliers;
  • Proactively work with limitations of flexibility and material constraints. Suggest and implement changes to eliminate those;
  • Develop and implement logistic solutions to improve the material flow throughout the supply chain;
  • Perform long and short-term risk analysis to identify and prevent supply problems of specific commodities;
  • Participate in NPI projects to ensure that the right supplier and logistics setup is made.


  • Higher education that contributes to the achievement of professional goals;
  • work experience in logistics, material management and ERP systems;
  • Knowledge of spoken and written English. Knowledge of Estonian and Russian is a plus;
  • Computer skills in the scope of the programmes necessary for working in the position;
  • Willingness to acquire new knowledge.

Company offers

  • Opportunity to be involved in the implementation of the new LTE (4G) technology in Estonia;
  • Constantly developing working environment that is oriented to professional competence;
  • Organisational culture that is oriented to multi-culturalism and team values.

Additional information

We have a common intention of achieving high goals in the implementation of a new technology in Estonia.
The everyday work of our team is based on the main values of honesty, drive and professionalism.

Tallinn, Harjumaa
Job type:
full-time, employee
Expiration date:
18 March 2010
02 March 2010


Ericsson Supply Site Tallinn belongs to the global Ericsson group that is one of the leading manufacturers of communications network equipment in the world, providing telecommunications services and multimedia services in more than 175 countries. Ericsson has operated in the area of telecommunications services for as long as more than a century, and the network, built by us, encompasses 40% of the mobile voice and data communications in the world.