Support for you who work at Industrial Engineering and Management (ITM)
Here you will find the tools, routines and rules that affect your work and the contacts you need. Click on the area you need support about and we will guide you along the way.
As a project manager in an external project, there is a lot to keep track of. In a series of five films, the animated helper Charlie will lead you through all the financial procedures that come with a project.
Contact the Human Resources team in all HR related issues. They manage strategic personnel issues and handle all employment matters, promotions, work environment issues, gender equality issues and more.
Service Center is the entrance to all help, service or advice, regardless of character. Catering, parcel services and support for dissertations are examples of what ITM Service Center can help you with.
In most cases, please contact the central IT support
. For larger IT-related activities (eg changing printers, moving), contact the ITM School's IT coordinator
KTH is a state authority. Everyone who works here and who wants to buy something needs to know what rules apply. For many goods and services there are framework agreements, so start by looking in the purchasing portal WISUM.
Here you will find support for publishing on the web or updating your profile page. Also, you can inform the communications department about exciting projects that you want to spread to the outside world.
Before booking a business trip it is important that you know the travel policy and process of the ITM School, all the way from planning, booking and insurance to making a travel bill. Start by watching the film and then get started.
Are you aware of the rules that apply to hospitality and gifts? When are meals tax-exempt and what supporting documentation must be included in the accounting? The film about hospitality and gifts gives you the answers.
Do you have assignments alongside KTH? We appreciate that you, as an employee, have contacts with society and business, but it is important to keep track of the rules that apply to side-line activities / secondary employments.