Maersk Drilling completed a global Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation in 2017 and is now in a phase where we are stabilizing and improving the solution.
With reference to the Head of ERP, you will become an integrated part of the ERP team whose organizational wide facilities support the development of Maersk Drilling's ERP efforts. In addition to the student assistant, the central team consists of 6 people.
Students working in Maersk Group companies 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 predominantly administrative and include:
•Assisting with preparation of cross-organizational ERP meetings
•Supporting the planning and facilitation of workshops
•Creating minutes from the cross-organizational ERP data meetings
•Setting-up and maintaining the team site in SharePoint
•Assisting in developing an ERP user portal in SharePoint
•Assisting in reporting on status and progress
•Assisting internal Solution Architects in ERP tasks
You are currently studying within a relevant field (e.g. IT, Finance, Logistics or similar), are either finishing your Bachelor’s degree or have just begun your Master’s degree, and have at least 1 year left in your studies.
•You are proficient in using Microsoft Office and have a flair for working with complex IT systems
•You have good analytical reasoning and problem solving skills which lead to solutions that are carefully thought through
•You work in a structured and systematic manner
•As a person, you are meticulous and detail-oriented
•You are both responsible and motivated to work alone, yet are a strong team player with good communication skills
•You are flexible in adapting 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 organizational levels. Knowledge of Danish is not a prerequisite.
We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and we will close the ad once we have hired our new member. Therefore we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.