Innovative solutions on the pulse of time, a dynamic working environment characterized by progress, versatile opportunities - this is the world of SKIDATA. Become part of our strong, international team now and shape the future of modern access systems with your ideas and know-how.
training and development
flexible working hours
Global Market leader in access control solutions is looking for an experienced
As part of the Business Process Management Team (belonging to the Transformation Office), you operate in an international working environment with market organizations in 27 different countries. You work closely with different levels of process owners, as well with process executors, Business Process Management/Transformation Office, and Applications teams. In your role you manage process transformation projects. You lead process discovery, process design workshops and process implementations. You are an end-to-end thinker and model business processes and document them accordingly. By coaching process owners, you make sure that you support business process improvements and transformation initiatives. You are a critical thinker, and you always strive for process efficiency and flow. Furthermore, you provide insights for process integration, design, and structure.
LSS knowledge is an advantage, ideal green belt, nice to have black belt
Excellent communication and presentation skills
English fluent in spoken and written
Quality Management and ISO 9001 knowledge is a nice to have
an interesting, challenging and varied professional field in an internationally active company with future oriented career opportunities
a high degree of international exposure
internal and external training
a number of voluntary benefits
freedom to add value/make a difference
Your Place of work
We offer a salary in line with the market, which is based on your qualifications and professional experience. The collective agreement minimum salary for this position is 2.343,-- Euro gross per month on a full-time basis. Your actual salary will be overpaid in line with the market and is significantly higher than the minimum salary under the collective agreement.