Fortum · Publicerad 14 dec

Fortum is looking for a System Manager. This position gives you an excellent insight in business processes related to Fuel Management tools and how IT can support the business in daily work and also in development activities. You will have the opportunity to grow your professional expertise and personal skills in a professional and international organization.

Your Role

We are looking for a System Manager to work in FBSIT - Production IT team. Production IT team consist of professionals working with various applications supporting business in daily operation and development activities. Today we are delivering services to our customers in Scandinavia, Baltic countries and Poland. Your primary place of work will be in Stockholm, Sweden.

You will act as System Manager for Applications supporting the business processes related to Fuel Management. The related business processes takes care of procurement, logistics, fuel receiving, fuel inventories, fuel usage, cost calculations and environmental reporting.

In your role you will work in close co-operation with business stakeholders and end users as well as with IT teams to secure that the systems fulfill the business needs.

Your qualifications

You have a master's or equivalent degree in IT with some years' experience in IT system management and work with Oracle Databases. You have process oriented mindset and are able to understand and design conceptual level databases, integrations and applications. You are familiar with PL / SQL languages and are also skilled to use them in your daily work. We appreciate also experience of IBM Maximo Asset Management platforms.

We hope that you are already familiar with ITIL practices and how it's used to manage IT systems. As you will work in close co-operation with business and our IT service suppliers (internal and external) you need to have good communication skills and also capabilities to use both Swedish and English in your daily work (spoken, written).
+ Läs mer om jobbet
Sista ansökningsdag
21 jan
Antal Tjänster