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At Westinghouse Electric Company, we are pioneers in nuclear technology and our technology is the basis for nearly half of the world's commercial nuclear power plants in operation. Today, we are also building several new reactors that contribute to more fossil-free energy. Globally, we have over 10,000 employees in 19 countries, of which 1,000 are at our Swedish workplaces in Västerås and Täby. Our Swedish operations were founded in 1969 and supply nuclear fuel as well as products and services in automation, maintenance, testing and decommissioning for customers around the world. Read more about us

Supply chain Contracts Lead

Are you organized, energetic and experienced in project execution and contracts related work activities? Are you interested in supporting advanced technologies, and providing supply chain solutions and innovation while being part of an integrated team? Do you also want to contribute to a better climate and “clean energy” future?

As a Supply Chain Contracts lead, you will be part of a global team that develops and maintains terms and conditions (Ts&Cs) for supplier/subcontractor contracts or procurements. As a key player in contract negotiations, you will work independently to support both internal and external customers while developing professionally.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Your Contribution for a Carbon-free Future

As the Supply Chain Contracts Lead, your main responsibility is to perform reviews of supplier/subcontractor deviations to T&Cs for various supply/services contract scopes of work (e.g. Goods, Services, Alliance or Master Services and Logistics agreements). Among other things, this means that you will:

  • Support and lead Ts&Cs negotiations with supplier/subcontractors
  • Provide input and guidance to supply chain personnel on Westinghouse´s application of Ts&Cs and related requirements
  • Provide functional interface and strategic point of contact to GSCS, Legal and product line teams on T&Cs issues
  • Support proposal development activities involving supply chain
  • Analyze customer contract requirements and support legal and sourcing in developing commercial approach/response.
  • Review of customer contracts for “flowdown” of requirements to suppliers and subcontractors.

The role is placed in Västerås.

Why Westinghouse?

At Westinghouse you will get the opportunity to learn and develop your skills alongside other skilled professions in a complex and high-tech industry. Here, you are part of a global network of experts within several different areas. We offer great opportunities for competence development and work exchange abroad.

We are looking for you

To be a good match for this role, we believe that you are communicative, have good social skills and are experienced with handling major contract negotiation. You have experience in procurement project management and are motivated by working towards a goal and meeting customers’ expectations.

We also believe that you thrive in an environment that is constantly developing and are curious to learn more about the nuclear power business.


  • Bachelor´s degree in business or recognized equivalent required.
  • Minimum of 15 years project, power plant market, indirect and direct supplier/subcontractor terms and conditions experience required.
  • Procurement project management, and major contract negotiation in the power market is desired.
  • Experience in the nuclear power business is also a plus.
  • Strong communication skills and history of interfacing with multiple functional groups.

Apply today!

Welcome with your application including CV and cover letter. We interview candidates on a continuous basis, so please send in your application as soon as possible!

Security clearance is carried out as part of the recruitment process.

For more information about the role, please contact the hiring manager Vivian McDonnell

Union agreement

This role belongs to the union agreement Teknikavtalet.

Union representatives

Akademikerförening på Westinghouse (AFW): Cecilia Wahlström, +46 21 44 01 505,

Unionen: Maria Gunnarsson, +46 21 347 595,

IF Metall: Zlatko Grbic, +46 732 367 035,

We offer

At Westinghouse, we offer an inspiring work environment in a high-tech industry. You will be a part of a network of global experts from several different areas and we offer great opportunities for competence development and career growth, both in Sweden and abroad.
As a member of our team, you will work together with engaged colleagues and be a part of an environment that is both challenging and supportive. Many of our positions are based in activity-based environments which enables a flexible workplace.

At Westinghouse, we have a strong safety culture. Our business is covered by the union agreement Teknikavtalet and local agreements.