We make the shift - Advancing the world through engineering

We are forward thinkers, driven by our passion to continuously innovate smarter solutions and enable important shifts.

Sandvik is a global, high-tech engineering group providing solutions that enhance productivity, profitability and sustainability for the manufacturing, mining and infrastructure industries. We are at the forefront of digitalization and focus on optimizing our customers’ processes. Our world-leading offering includes equipment, tools, services and digital solutions for machining, mining, rock excavation and rock processing. In 2022 the Group had approximately 40.000 employees and revenues of about 112 billion SEK in about 150 countries within continuing operations.

Company profile type: 
Company size: 
1000+ employees
Company Turnover: 
+900 milj. euroa



What types of jobs does Sandvik offer?

We offer jobs in a wide range of areas. Examples are engineering, manufacturing, finance, EHS, marketing and sales.

Can I make an open application?

We can not accept open applications. Instead, we invite you to view available job openings or find out more about various job areas at Sandvik.

What steps are included in the recruitment process?

On the page for the recruitment process, you find a brief description of the steps connected to recruitments.

How can I get in touch with the HR department?

For questions regarding an open position, never hesitate to reach out to the contact person stated in the job advertisement.

Does Sandvik offer trainee programs?

We have a Graduate program which alternates between training and work, both in the home country of the respective participant and globally.

During the program, participants will get a deep understanding and learning about our business and how we help our customers to succeed.

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Company Benefits: 

Individual training budget
Flexible working hours
International opportunities
Sports or culture vouchers
Leisure events & activities
Corporate social responsibilty and sustainability programme