Welcome to the job site for the Dansk Supermarked A/S Shared Service Center, Szczecin.
Dansk Supermarked is Denmark's leading retailing company. In Poland we are known best for our Netto stores, but we are so much more and rapidly expanding.
In September 2013 we established the Shared Service Center here in the heart of Szczecin. We are a multifunctional finance and management control center for all of Dansk Supermarked's global activities, and we are looking for the sharpest minds to join our business. We want employees with an international mindset who will join us on our journey in becoming a world class finance team, securing growth and prosperity for all of Dansk Supermarked's business areas.
About Dansk Supermarked
Dansk Supermarked is Denmark's largest retail company.
We operate about 1,400 stores via our føtex, Bilka, Netto stores and two Salling department stores in Denmark. Netto is the only chain operating abroad in Sweden, Germany and Poland. Every day we supply nearly two million customers with food and non-food products. Bilka is Denmark's only hypermarket, and it also lends its name to our e-store, Bilka.dk.
Dansk Supermarked has 33,000 employees in Denmark and a further 10,000 in Netto Sweden, Germany and Poland. Together we work around the clock to provide our customers with the very best shopping experience.
Sound business practice, common sense and a constant focus on costumers has been the recipe of our success ever since Herman Salling opened the first føtex store in 1960.
Dansk Supermarked is owned by The Salling Foundations and A.P. Møller-Mærsk and has a yearly turnover of 56 billion DKK.
Your wishes. Our passion.
People are different, and so are lifestyles, tastes and preferences. At Dansk Supermarked we offer the customers a multitude of options. With each of our chains we offer something for every taste and every economy.
Netto's business concept is based on common sense. The store design is simple, and Netto customers are offered quality products and weekly special offers at low prices.
Netto's range covers almost 90 per cent of the average consumer's need for convenience goods needs, and it is constantly being expanded to meet customer requirements.
Each Netto store has an average of 7,000 till transactions per week.
Bilka is the low-price hypermarket with a large broad product range at very competitive prices. With more than 100.000 product items, Bilka offers anything from freshly made sushi to solar panels. Both fresh food and non-food products are top quality.
At Bilka, the focus is on the shopping experience with attractive displays, a good mix of branded and private label products, open bakery and delicatessen counters. Several Bilkas now have Starbucks Coffee stores and Carls Jr. Burger restaurants.
Each Bilka hypermarket has an average of 34,000 till transactions per week.
føtex is a modern top quality supermarket offering both food and non-food products.
Customers enjoy a high level of service as well as quality products at competitive prices.
The stores offer both branded and private label products, and føtex customers can always find new inspiration, both for their meals, homes and wardrobes. A great shopping experience is a keywood at føtex. That is why customers are met with attractive displays of popular products and open bakery, meat and delicatessen counters. Each føtex store has an average of 14,500 till transactions per week.
Salling department stores are known for their strong branded product profile and offer a broad range of well-known quality products. The concepts is: Everything under one roof, with products ranging from fashion to luxury food, and a high level of service.
The two department stores, located in Aarhus and Aalborg, have 300,000 product items and an average of 155,000 till transactions per week.
- 1906 - Ferdinand Salling opens his draper's shop in Aarhus
- 1948 - The first section of the new Salling department store opens in Aarhus
- 1959 - Herman Salling takes a trip around the world to find inspiration stores of the future
- 1960 - The first store opens in Guldsmedgade in Aarhus
- 1960 - Herman Salling founds Jysk Supermarked in order to realize his plan of operating a chain of supermarkets and stores
- 1964 - A.P. Møller-Mærsk steps in as a partner. The company renames to Dansk Supermarked
- 1970 - The Salling department store opens in Aalborg
- 1970 - The first Bilka store opens in Tilst
- 1981 - The first Netto stores store opens on Godthåbsvej in Copenhagen
- 1981 - The first Tøj & Sko store opens
- 1990 - Netto enters Great Britain and Germany
- 1995 - Netto enters Poland
- 1996 - The first døgnNetto store opens
- 1999 - Founder and CEO Herman Salling retires. Erling Jensen is appointed CEO
- 2002 - Netto enters Sweden
- 2006 - Herman Salling dies shortly after his 60th anniversary at the company.
- 2006 - Ship owner Jess Søderberg of A.P. Møller-Mærsk becomes the new chairman of the board.
- 2006 - The Salling department store celebrates its 100th anniversary
- 2009 - Netto reaches store number 1,000
- 2010 - The first webshop opens with the name Bilka.dk
- 2011 - The 193 British Netto stores are sold to Asda
- 2012 - CEO Erling Jensen retires. Per Bank is appointed CEO
- 2012 - The Tøj & Sko chain is discontinued
- 2013 - Dansk Supermarked establishes a shared service center in Poland
- 2014 - The Salling Foundations acquire the majority stake in Dansk Supermarked A/S from A.P. Møller Maersk
We employ 33,000 people in Denmark and 10,000 in Netto Sweden, Germany and Poland. Our employees work around the clock to offer our customers the best shopping experience. Ever since Herman Salling created the first føtex store in 1960, sound business practice, common sense and a constant focus on customers has been, and continues to be, the recipe of our success.
We take an outset on people. What do our customers, colleagues, neighbors and suppliers expect from us?
The answer is that they all expect us to be responsible. Based on input from our stakeholders we have decided to focus our efforts in four areas. Operational impact, people and communities, supplier relationships and products in our stores.
Every year we provide work opportunities for around 1,200 people who have difficulties stepping into the job market, and around 35 % secure further employment. We work with more than 60 job centers, councils and organizations to help disadvantaged people, such as those with physical or mental disabilities and those who face social and cultural barriers.
Dansk Supermarked is a member of BSCI - the Business Social Compliance Initiative - which is a European industrial and retail association that works to improve working conditions and safety in our factories globally.
All our chains have a wide range of organic products. Under the motto 'everyone should be able to afford organic products', Netto is Denmark's leading provider of organic products and accounts for one sixth of all such sales in Denmark.