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Local supply coordinator for the border police unit Stockholm | The police authority

Local supply coordinator for the border police unit Stockholm | The police authority
Local supply coordinator for the border police unit Stockholm | The police authority

Police region Stockholm




Stockholm County


May 25, 2023

Apply by

08 June 2023

Reference number


Job description

Do you want to lead and develop the work with local supply at the border police unit in Police Region Stockholm?

We are looking for a driven and experienced premises supply coordinator with the task of ensuring that the border police unit has suitable premises in the short and long term. With us, together with committed and pleasant colleagues, you will develop and gain experiences for life, while your work contributes to increasing security and reducing crime in Sweden.

The Border Police Unit is a regional unit in Police Region Stockholm. The unit consists of approximately 500 employees. Together, the unit works with i.a. border control, internal alien controls and enforcement of decisions on rejection and expulsion.

We are looking for a driven and solution-focused premises supply coordinator who has the interest and ability to switch between strategic and operational perspectives so that the business’ needs for suitable premises are met in the short and long term. We are in a strong growth journey and local supply work is an important strategic issue in this journey where the right person can make a big difference to the business. The unit has premises in Kungsholmen, Arlanda and Frihamnen.

You will belong to a group at the border police unit’s office whose mission is to coordinate and coordinate various unit-wide issues, lead development assignments, support decision-making and hold together the strategic management and follow-up for the unit. You will work together with colleagues who have broad and deep knowledge in areas such as border management, governance, follow-up, IT, crisis preparedness and change management.

Job description

The tasks are mainly the following, but other tasks may be added depending on your profile:

  • Develop and drive the border police unit’s long-term strategic local supply orientation/needs
  • Prepare written decision documents and prioritize questions for unit management
  • Handled consultations, sharing and referrals
  • Lead the Border Police Unit’s various local forums
  • Answer local questions and act as an advisor to the business
  • Coordinate and project manage the border police unit’s local needs based on the requirements of the business
  • Ensure that the premises are suitable for operations
  • Work to ensure that legislation and work environment requirements are met in the local population, in consultation and with support from the business
  • Participate in steering groups for larger local projects and in project groups for smaller and larger conversions/local adaptations
  • You will also lead and participate in various development assignments linked to the area of ​​responsibility in collaboration with others within the unit and within the police region

Within the framework of the assignment, there is also the opportunity to broaden one’s competence within one or more of the areas of responsibility that lie within the business’s mission.

In summary, you contribute to leading and developing the operations of the border police unit, in other words, it is a developing role with the opportunity to make a big difference to the operations of the border police unit. You will start from our office on Kungsholmen in Stockholm. Travel is included in the work, mainly within the Stockholm region.


This is an opportunity for you who have:

  • Academic degree in the field or another degree that the employer deems relevant
  • Several years of work experience in a similar role
  • Experience in work management or project management
  • Driven and structured and has very good administrative skills
  • Experience of analytical work, understanding connections and clarifying complex issues
  • Very good ability to express yourself verbally and in writing in Swedish
  • Swedish citizenship

It is advantageous if you also have:

  • Experience of working with local issues within public activities
  • Knowledge of protected objects
  • Knowledge of the Public Procurement Act (LOA)

Personal characteristics

As the role involves many contact surfaces, we see it as a matter of course that you collaborate with others in a flexible way to achieve set goals. You are self-motivated, take responsibility for your work tasks and make sure to push issues to the finish line.

The role requires the ability to switch perspectives and work solution-focused in different time scales without losing sight of the long-term goal. Thus, it is an advantage to be able to handle complexity and to be able to navigate constructively if conditions change. You communicate clearly, ensure that messages get through by ensuring, reminding and following up. You weigh together information, make trade-offs and priorities. As you may be handling sensitive information, it is required that you have great integrity.

We will place great emphasis on personal qualities.

Contact persons

If you have questions about the assignment, please contact the recruiting manager:
Anna Scocco, group manager, 072- 218 57 12, [email protected]

If you have questions regarding the recruitment process, contact the responsible HR consultant:
Martina Wahlgren, 076-110 14 57, [email protected]

Union representatives

SACO, Police Union, Fackförbundet ST, SEKO Police, can be reached via police switchboard 114 14.

Other information

Form of employment: Permanent employment with trial employment in six months
Place of work: Kungsholmen. Travel is included in the work, mainly within the Stockholm region
Working hours: Full time
Access: By agreement
Function: Local supply coordinator

In your CV and personal letter, we would like you to describe how you meet the requested qualifications and credentials linked to the current recruitment. You can see the complete requirement profile in the job advertisement. The information you provide in connection with your application can be used to contact you, receive information and invitations as well as any employment documents.

Welcome with your application in the form of a CV and personal letter via email to [email protected] no later than 8/6 2023. Applications for this position will only be received via the email address specified in the advertisement. Mark your application with reference number A300.847/2023 in the subject line of the email.

If you have protected personal data, references or similar information that you consider worthy of protection, we recommend that you send your application marked with the advertisement’s reference number via letter to the address: Police Authority, Registrar’s Office, 106 75 STOCKHOLM, or contact the responsible HR consultant.

We place high demands on our employees’ security and privacy awareness. A security check with a register check according to the Security Protection Act (2018:585) is carried out before a decision on employment is made. With employment comes an obligation to be deployed. Read more about military placement and security clearance under and

The police authority will process your personal data in accordance with the rules of the EU data protection regulation (2016/679) and other applicable data protection regulations. You can read more about our handling of personal data at

Your application is a public document according to the principle of publicity.

The police authority

The Swedish Police Agency is Sweden’s largest authority. We offer you a workplace that stimulates diversity, creativity and personal development. Please read about our benefits as an employee of the police at

With us, you get the opportunity to contribute to the Police’s mission – to increase safety and reduce crime in society. We conduct our business according to our core values: commitment, efficiency and availability. As an employee within the police, you act for equal treatment. It is a prerequisite for legal certainty, legal certainty and for the legitimacy of the police in society. As a representative of the police, you respect everyone’s equal value and create trust in the police.

Please read more about the police and our operations at

A warm welcome with your application!

The article is in Swedish

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