A communicative Planner who enjoys organising and planning within an intense business oriented environment. The understanding of complex projects and an interest in keeping the projects on track is essential.
As a Planner for Airborne ISR you are a member of the Project Management team, reporting to the Project Manager and are expected to be committed to delivering the project's short and long term goals. You are also a key member of the organisation having the responsibility to compile our master plan for the whole of the Business Unit Airborne ISR.
Our businesses and products are complex and you will interface with a broad network of skilled resources within different parts of Saab. The project work will provide opportunities for you to form and develop the planning role together with the project management team and the line organisation.
We are looking for a driven project planner with the ability to both see the big picture and understand the details. You are a good communicator with the ability to create trust and commitment among those you meet in your work.
For this job, you need to be organized and able to manage yourself and make yourself heard in the project team. You strive to identify new possibilities, challenges and ways to be more efficient and you act on them. Fluency in project planning tools (MS Project, IFS) is advantageous.
What you will be part of
Support and Services, a Business area within Saab, delivers services and integrated support solutions for cost effective support of systems and platforms during the complete life cycle.
Airborne ISR, one of the Business Units within Support and Services, focuses on the redesign, modification, verification and support of the special mission aircraft. We are now in an intensive phase with several aircraft delivery projects ongoing and extensive marketing activities for future business.
Our business aims to establish and support the customer capability to operate and maintain world class systems like GlobalEye.
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Last updated: 29 June 2020 • 14:35