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IT Quality & Plant Maintenance Specialist

ZF GroupO firmie

  • Częstochowa, Gliwice

  • Ogłoszenie wygasło 19 dni temu
  • contract of employment
  • full-time
  • specialist (Mid / Regular)

Technologies we use

Expected

  • SAP

Optional

  • QM

  • PM

  • Quality Maintenance

  • Plant Maintenance

About the project

We are looking for a new colleague in the IT Quality & Plant Maintenance Service Department at our location in Częstochowa, Gliwice or Łódź.

Your responsibilities

  • Service delivery in global IT Production & Quality: fulfilling requests (standard requests, enhancements, rollouts and launching projects), Incident & Problem Management (ticket-solving);

  • Support, maintain and monitor running solutions (select consulting and support services, offer request and review);

  • Analyze customer requirements (consultancy in specifications) and check feasibility; create IT concepts, organize, manage and supervise orders; plan, define and agree on work packages;

  • Design and conduct integration testing, ensure Go Live support and organize system operation and support;

  • Manage operations or support processes as a process expert within the team and externals.

Our requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in IT or a related field;

  • 3 (or more years) of experience with IT applications and SAP;

  • Quality and/or Plant Maintenance background or knowledge;

  • Fluent English;

  • Availability to travel (up to 10%).

Optional

  • SAP PM and QM (plant maintenance and quality modules);

  • Development skills (SAP ABAP);

  • German language.

What we offer

  • Working for an international field-leader with attractive career growth possibilities;

  • Class A facilities in our IT centre in Częstochowa;

  • Relocation package to Częstochowa;

  • Medical care and MyBenefit;

  • Flexible working hours and home office.

  • Benefits

  • private medical care

  • remote work opportunities

  • flexible working time

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