Business Analyst for Industrial IT
|Pick a point on a globe, and Maersk won’t be far away. With 90% of global trade carried by sea, there is a fairly high chance that the shoes on your feet or the phone in your pocket travelled to you on a Maersk vessel. Would you like to impact the daily lives of people in every corner of the world? Then keep reading. We are searching people that work with our assets, vessels & containers and help Maersk on our Internet of Things journey. |
|A unique opportunity for personal and professional development.|
•Be part of a large-scale system implementation, building a new IT platform for our ocean vessel fleet, the worldwide biggest container shipping fleet.
•Focus for this role will be Time Charter vessels, i.e. vessels that are not owned by us and that we integrate only for a limited amount of time.
•Get to interact with leading IT vendors, internal subject matter experts, and internal and external IT professionals.
•A fast paced and dynamic environment with a distinct respect for the individual.
•As part of the Industrial IT team will you get the chance to switch between projects and take over more responsibility over time. Industrial IT focuses on projects that deal directly with our assets, like vessels or containers.
The preferred location for this position is Copenhagen, however depending on the candidate’s current location, Aarhus can be considered. You can expect occasional travel between these locations, up to one week per month. Further details about location can be discussed at the interview.
Maersk is a highly international and inspiring environment with an attractive value proposition for its employees. As part of ensuring a successful work-life balance we promote flexible work - hours and the possibility to work from home when convenient. In connection with maternity leave, we pay for 12 weeks leave with full salary for men and 24 weeks leave for women. In addition to salary, our package consists of a pension scheme, health insurance and 6 weeks holiday a year.
|•Works with the business to understand new business requirements around our ocean vessels and containers and translate them into detailed functional requirements in the application development process. |
•Has accountability for prioritising, planning and delivery of solutions to the business.
•Carries out business process mapping, business process reengineering and business process analysis wherever needed.
•Coordinates and prioritises solution delivery with key internal and external stakeholders.
•Manages and mitigates risk due to changes.
|Who we are looking for|
|•We look as well for experienced Business Analysts but are open for people with potential and interest to fill in this role.|
•Communication skills, in order to elicit requirements and to communicate with stake holders.
•Strong process oriented approach to work and excellent attention to detail.
•Analytical mind-set, Focused on quality.
•Stakeholder management skills.
•Experience of leading and influencing resources not under direct line management.
•Excellent Written and Verbal skills with people at all levels across the organisation in English.
•Resilient team player who is goal-orientated and demonstrates a high level of commitment with the ability to work under minimal supervision.
In addition to above the suitable candidate has ideally:
•Experience in the marine industry.
•Computer Science Degree.
As a performance-oriented company, we strive to always recruit the best person for the job – regardless of gender, age, nationality, sexual orientation or religious beliefs. We are proud of our diversity and see it as a genuine source of strength for building high performing teams.
|>||Last application date: 05 March 2018.|
For further information, please contact: Recruitment Partner, Aisha Slim on firstname.lastname@example.org.
|maerskline.com||Maersk Line is the world’s largest container shipping company, known for reliable, flexible and eco-efficient services. We operate 610 container vessels and provide ocean transportation in all parts of the world. But not only do we power some of the world’s largest ships – we also propel the growth ambitions of businesses and individuals all over our planet. Every day our 7,000 seafarers and 25,000 land-based employees at 374 offices share their expertise with our customers around the world to optimize their supply chains, maximize their distribution networks and most of all realize their business potential. We are devoted to creating simple and reliable solutions for our partners, continuously lifting industry standards and enabling global trade in the most sustainable manner possible. What we do is more than shipping. We deliver promises. Promises from customers and businesses all over the world.|