Plant Digital Platform Solution Manager @ P&G

Dimitrie Pompeiu 9-9A, Iride Business Park Vezi harta
Tip job: Full time Domeniu: FMCG
Nivel: Mid Level
Oras: București

Despre P&G Romania

P&G’s Day 1 starts with you doing something that matters – making an impact on the world, P&G brands, and your career. You’ll help fulfil our purpose of improving lives for 5 billion consumers in 180 ...

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Job description

Do you love diving into data sets? Would you enjoy telling stories and helping others see the benefit of data-based decision-making? We are passionate about understanding data and want more people who know how to use that data in the best way to guide our decisions. Are you up for the challenge?

 

Join the P&G IT Manufacturing Organization and manage plant systems for 100+ P&G plants that produce some of the world’s most popular brands, such as Head & Shoulders, Gillette, Always, Pampers, Ariel, Tide, etc. This is an exciting new global role providing amazing learning & growth opportunities.

External and on the job training & certification will be provided.

Responsabilities

You will be working mainly with Plant Digital Platform (PDP). PDP is a state of the art, Thingworx technology based solution that integrates data from different plant systems into 1 common interface. The PTC Thingworx technology enables Industry of Things(IOT)/gathering sensor data from plant equipment to create fast and powerful applications.

 

The successful candidate will:

 

  • Delight plant users through continuous improvement of dashboards/reports/analytics;
  • Lead PDP solution deployment at P&G plants;
  • Work on our Big Data/integration strategy in light of PDP;
  • Lead a team of programmers delivering technical changes.

Qualifications

  • Technical background- Computer Science/ Informatics/ Automation/ Electrical Engineering;
  • Experience or training with Javascript and SQL;
  • IT vendor management;
  • Java, HTML and CSS experience is a plus, but not mandatory;
  • Manufacturing background would be a plus, but not mandatory;