Would you like the opportunity to work in a truly global organisation and to influence the direction of the company by contributing to their digitalisation agenda?
ROCKWOOL is in the middle of their digital journey and are focusing on the digitising of their supply chains and factories. They are working on transforming and automating their factories towards Industry 4.0 standards and digitising their supply chain planning, warehouse management, transport management, process integration and much more.
As Senior Solution Architect you will be a trusted advisor for business management, IT management, and vendors. You will have a leading role in the definition and execution of the architecture for the digital processes and be a part of the Enterprise Architecture team of ROCKWOOL. ROCKWOOL is optimising their platforms and implementing new state of the art solutions as well as developing IOT, big data and analytics to provide an even more efficient production and advanced supply chain. SAP is the core platform and a core initiative is to transform and streamline SAP to enable more efficient production and to prepare for the next generation SAP in a few years.
Your primary tasks and areas of responsibility:
The ideal candidate is expected to have a master’s degree in IT, Engineering, Business Administration or similar and at least 10 years’ experience with design and implementation of solutions within production and supply chain and you are familiar with architectural and processing modelling methods.
The ROCKWOOL Group is the world’s leading manufacturer of stone wool insulation, offering a full range of high-performing and sustainable insulation products for the construction industry.
“Digital” at ROCKWOOL is committed to delivering exceptional digital solutions for their customers and business operations to make IT a significant business differentiator. Digital is ROCKWOOL Group’s global IT organization with more than 200 employees, and they supply global solutions and connectivity to around 11.000 ROCKWOOL employees in more than 40 countries.