Does IT get your heart pumping? The same with us. That is why we are looking for people like you, and why we offer professional people all sorts of ways into the company and exciting prospects. Whether IT consultant, IT architect, IT project manager or software developer, we have the right job for IT enthusiasts. We have the right job for IT enthusiasts.
Are you equally at home with IT and with people? Are you always up-to-the-minute with hardware and software, and have optimized your clients' companies with your IT strategies? Are you used to establishing guidelines on large IT projects, and do you remain clear-sighted even in stressful situations? Do you like to work with your team to develop unusual new ideas?
For experts like yourself, we offer all sorts of ways into the company. We can offer IT consultants, IT architects, IT project managers and software developers exciting prospects. Do you enjoy exploring new avenues? If so, come and join us.
"I love the way people here bring different things to the party. For example, I am quick to spot programming errors, while my co-workers are well up on future trends and skilled with new technologies." Reinhold Kiebart, T-Systems Senior IT Developer
Anyone who wants to bring a highly complex IT project to fruition needs a framework for planning and guidance that all those involved can follow. As an IT or software architect, you will be responsible for that. Your customers want adaptable IT landscapes, and to develop them, you need experience in project management, database administration and systems architecture. IT architecture methodologies and Java technologies are right up your alley, and you are completely at home with standard developer tools. Equally important is having a strong customer orientation. Because the working processes used need to reflect the customer's wishes at every step.
IT consultants love optimization – they analyze their customers' computer systems and develop concepts to improve them. They formulate IT strategies, carry out feasibility studies and suggest restructuring options and new software to IT managers. IT consultants stay by the customer's side until their IT project is complete, and represent the customer in interactions with all those involved in the project. To do this you need to be right up-to-the-minute on hardware and software and have experience, e. g., of cloud technologies such as Microsoft, AWS, OpenStack and Google.
As an IT project manager you are the mouthpiece for everyone involved on an IT project: You are in charge of project planning and you are the main interface, staying in touch with programmers and designers, sales and the client. The IT project manager sets out all of the targets and working processes in an IT project, and monitors costs. As an IT Project Manager you will work with Microsoft and Oracle technologies and other project management tools to automate business processes. IT project managers are dual talents – they are technically gifted, but also have excellent social skills. They are practiced at dealing well with both IT and people.
Software developers speak the customer's language and have a perfect understanding of the technology involved. As programmers, they plan and develop software building blocks or complete applications, harmonizing what the customer wants with what is technically possible and economically viable. Software development experts develop systems in which the individual components communicate. To do this they need an understanding of database and web technologies, and of standard data warehouse/BI tools. They also need to be great communicators, because developing good software is all about teamwork.