BMW HPMA Analyst Aftersales (Temporary 1 year contract)

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Automotive Management Services

AMS is one of Europe’s largest providers of specialist automotive expertise and today we have 100 employees in 30 countries.

We currently have a temporary (12 month) ‘High Performance Management Aftersales (HPMA) Analyst’ opportunity within the BMW / MINI Business Development Aftersales team
in Stockholm.

You will have the chance to work in a fast-paced environment, handling multiple tasks with stakeholders across the Northern Europe region, helping one of the world’s most exciting mobility brands shape its aftersales pricing strategy and reach the next level.

Key responsibilities and challenges:
You will build strong partnerships with key stakeholders across the region, as well as BMW’s global headquarters, to establish new pricing projects and maximise business potentials. You will develop the Value Service concept to retain customers of older vehicles, enabling dealers to up-sell/cross- sell aftersales products, and improve Pricing & Business KPI reporting dashboards.

There will also be opportunities to help BMW and MINI dealers create a high-performing aftersales business environment by reporting and analysing key data plus designing an Aftersales KPI app.

Is this you?
You will probably already have customer- or dealer-facing experience in the automotive parts and accessories business, with strong analytical and communication skills (including Excel & Powerpoint) and a results-oriented approach. You may already work with SAP R/3.

The role will be based at BMW’s office in Sollentuna, Stockholm, so you will need to be a native speaker in Swedish, be fluent in English (verbal & written) and perhaps speak another
Scandinavian language.

Salary and benefits
The very best candidate will be well rewarded with a competitive annual salary, including
bonus and pension contributions.

If you want to learn more, we would love to talk with you:
Send a CV in English (ref BMW-HPMA) on the ‘Upload CV section’.

February 8th, 2018|