As a contributor to our world class IT teams, you are anything BUT part of an old school IT shop. Rather you are a true expert of your craft- managing a comprehensive IT Supply Chain. You can feel challenged in knowing that our global organization which employs over 120,000 people and serves millions of customers each year views Information Technology and Information Systems Management as a means to gain strategic advantage for our company and deliver real value to customers; not just as the engine of its operation.
Types of IT profiles at Philips
Simply put, our strategy is to enable the growth of Philips through world-class IT, customer centricity and agile business processes. To support this strategy, we typically screen candidates on critical capabilities needed in four primary areas of our operating model.
This is where IT engages with business leadership to determine and drive the IT portfolio. Focused on how and where to add value. This domain requires an ability to understand business dynamics and drivers on a strategic and tactical level as well as understanding the possibilities, impossibilities and challenges offered through IT solutions, both in theory and in practice. Providing full visibility and optimal decision support through the information systems value chain is a key success factor.
Sustainability and readiness for the future are critical elements for any enterprise. In this domain, we are looking for thought-leadership and the ability to align business needs and solutions with the overarching enterprise architecture.
Provides the business applications needed to win in the market. Here we focus on building capabilities in Agile development and effectively working with partners in an output-based, win-win set up. Our program management efforts follow the PMI/PMP standards.
Ensures a smoothly running ‘engine’, driven through a fully integrated partner eco-system, aligned on Industry standards (ITIL). Critical capabilities required are proven merit in setting up and working through multi-partner engagements and a track record in industry best practice.While specific capabilities required may depend on where you sit in the IT value chain, we always look for an entrepreneurial spirit, an outside-in mindset, the drive to get things done and a sense of professional pride in the IT discipline.