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Project Developer

Information about the position

Place of work
Továrenská 19, 901 01 Malacky, Bratislava region
Job description, responsibilities and duties
Approach farmers and land owners and evaluate their willingness to cooperate with IKEA Industry
Facilitate the negotiation of cooperation agreements between farmers and IKEA Industry
Gather information on ownership, value and prices of agricultural land
Coordinate administrative processes with public institutions
Assist in preparation of reports and presentations to management team
Salary offered (gross)
by agreement
Start date
Other benefits
transport allowance
winter present
subsidized meals
discount on purchases in the IKEA store
Stability and self-actualization in the biggest furniture group in the world
Possibility for further professional growth
Good working conditions in an international team
Contract type

Requirements for the employee

Required education
University education (Master's degree)
Postgraduate (Doctorate)

Language skills

English - Upper intermediate (B2)

Computer skills - user

Microsoft Excel - advanced
Microsoft Word - advanced
Microsoft Outlook - advanced
Driving licence
Personality requirements and skills
Good negotiation, communication, and presentation skills
Spoken Hungarian or German is an advantage
Strong interpersonal skills with humble approach
Analytical ability and a proactive strategic mind
Able to work effectively across different cultures
Team builder and a team player
Promotes values and ethics
Good general business and financial understanding
Experience connected with land lease and - purchase is an advantage
Knowledge background in forestry, agriculture, law, economics or related fields
Knowledge of legislation in agriculture and land real estate is an advantage


Brief description of the company
IKEA was originally formed as a result of the political and economic upheaval that changed the face of Eastern Europe forever and began with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

With these developments, IKEA could not be sure it would be able to continue getting its important share of furniture from the affected region. To safeguard itself against the loss of vital suppliers, IKEA formed Swedwood as a subsidiary on April 1, 1991 and then IKEA Industry as a subsidiary on December 1, 2013. The initial task of the new company was to participate, when necessary, in the privatisation of IKEA suppliers.

Today IKEA Industry has evolved into an IKEA supplier with advanced production facilities of its own, mainly in Eastern Europe. The road from 1991 to the present day is marked primarily by the building, acquisition and running of various plants in the region. An ongoing challenge for IKEA Industry is to reduce costs, increase efficiency and gather production know-how to benefit IKEA’s customers.
Main focus of the company's activities
Wood processing, manufacture of wood products, manufacture of furniture
Number of employees
1000 an more employees
Company address
IKEA Industry Slovakia s. r. o.
Továrenská 2614/19
901 01 Malacky
ID: 1650105   Dátum zverejnenia: 3.5.2016