You will be part of a team that passionately strives to deliver an effective management system. Maersk Drilling’s management system is called Sirius, and it contains processes and procedures for operating the offshore drilling rigs, as well as for managing the business activities performed in the onshore offices and headquarters.
As the management system is used internally and reviewed by external parties such as regulatory authorities and customers, it is crucial that the quality and integrity of the content is consistently high, is in compliance with the relevant requirements, changes are processed with a clear audit trail, and continual improvements are made in terms of content simplification and Sirius’s usability as an IT application.
As part of a diverse team with a can-do attitude, the position will provide you with unique insight into Maersk Drilling’s business and the oil & gas industry in general. The department is engaged in a number of projects and you will be involved in analytical and administrative aspects of these. There are ample opportunities for personal and professional development as your role is to provide support in all aspects of managing the management system. It is rare that two days are the same.
There is a possibility for a permanent position being offered upon graduation to a high performing candidate with the right potential.
Students working in Maersk are invited to join the Students@Maersk network. As a member of the community, you will have a unique opportunity to expand your professional and social networks, gain additional insight into a large conglomerate, and learn more about Maersk as a place to work.
You will be part of a truly international company with our employees representing 65 nationalities. Our strong focus on diversity is a natural outcome of a company with a strong talent focus, mindset and culture. This goes hand in hand with a commitment to inclusion: all employees are valued and treated with respect at all times and we believe that our employees thrive and perform better with a healthy work-life balance.
As a student assistant, your main tasks will be:
•Support the simplification of content in the management system
•Support improvements of the management system-related processes
•Support projects such as the development and implementation of IT solutions and enhancements
•Support process mapping workshops, delivery of presentations, IT systems training and other business events
•Develop and update the training material and procedural documentation
By fully understanding the end user’s needs and constructively challenging the status quo, you make a positive difference and strive to deliver ‘peace of mind’ to those who depend on a reliable management system to perform their daily work safely, effectively and efficiently.
•You are currently enrolled in a Bachelors level university programme (or will soon start your Masters), and having a background in information management or IT-related field will be an advantage
•You have knowledge of, and interest in learning, process improvement methodologies such as Lean and Six Sigma
•You are IT savvy, have the interest to learn new IT systems and are keen to apply technology in support of the business strategy. Candidates with experience with XML will be seen as favorable
•As a person you are meticulous and detail-oriented
•You work in a structured and systematic manner
•By following a well-established and proven plan, you deliver results that are exacting, of high quality and precisely meet the requirements
•You have good analytical reasoning and problem solving skills which lead to solutions that are carefully thought through
•You are flexible in adapting as and when priorities change
The working hours are estimated at 15-20 hours a week and can be planned flexibly around your studies, with opportunities to contribute more during university holidays
As you will be in an international working environment with stakeholders based around the globe, you must be able to communicate proficiently in English and interact with people at various organisational levels. Knowledge of Danish is not a prerequisite.
We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and therefore we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.