To most of our customers, “working at IKEA” means working at an IKEA
store. But it takes hundreds of other roles to create low-priced, well-designed products that improve your life at home.
Our sales co-workers communicate the
IKEA range and self-serve concept with our
customers on a daily basis. This requires
a passion for retail combined with knowledge
of IKEA customers, the IKEA concept, and
the IKEA product range.
Our human resources teams work throughout
the IKEA organization and lead the work of
attracting, developing, and inspiring IKEA
co-workers. They handle recruitment and
training, benefits and succession planning,
and safeguarding the IKEA culture.
IKEA logistics see to it that goods flow from
supplier to customer as directly and costeffective
as possible, and with the least harm
to the environment. This applies to both
transport and goods handling in distribution
centres and stores.
Marketing and communication specialists
work in all countries with IKEA stores
and at IKEA Communications in Älmhult,
Sweden. Our marketing channels include the
IKEA Catalogue, IKEA websites, brochures,
advertising, and PR.
Purchasing teams are located around the
world and work with suppliers in more than
50 countries. Besides getting the best value
for money for IKEA, they support suppliers
in improving working conditions and assuring
Specialists within Technique, Quality, and
Environment improve all aspects of product
quality at IKEA while they minimize costs
and contribute to social and environmental
sustainability. Roles include legal compliance,
environmental engineering, and product