A key task of the China IT Deployment Associate for Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and Manufacturing Engineering (ME) is to deploy MES/ME applications for China Joint Ventures (JVs). This role is for the Deployment Associate for the General Motors Information Technology (GMIT) organization. This position’s primary focused on deployment of MES/ME global and standard IT applications to JV plants to support flawless Launch and standalone deployment projects, and performing release upgrades of existing applications following global rollout schedule.
Areas of Responsibility
Intensive understanding of business processes in Vehicle Assembly Plant, Powertrain Plant and Battery Plant
Understand IT Global Launch Process, and follow the process in deployment, including:
conduct requirement analysis workshop
install and configure system
support System Acceptance Test and User Acceptance Test
conduct user training
prepare project deliverables
perform transition to operation.
Work in cross functional teams with extended team members in other parts of Asia and/or North America.
Manage business and IT expectations according to project scope and schedule
Address issues in a timely manner, and drive necessary discussions and escalations
Support Business Facing Team for business requirement background study
Support Global Application Operation Support (AOS)Team for incident resolving and ongoing support request
Travel requirements may include local and global travel, up to 50%
Technical understanding of the interrelationship in the Manufacturing IT environment
Action oriented, Organized, Results driven
Fast Learner, Self-motivated
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated ability in use of Microsoft Office software
Demonstrated ability in Oracle/SQL Server database configuration and maintenance
Demonstrated ability in Webservice deployment on Weblogic
Demonstrated ability in Linux/Window Server OS administration
Demonstrated ability in Java/C++ programming
General Motors Co., one of the world's largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908. Its vision is to design, build and sell the world’s best vehicles. The General Motors-China relationship dates back more than nine decades.
GM has 12 joint ventures and two wholly owned foreign enterprises as well as more than 55,000 employees in China. GM (China) Investment Corp. is a wholly owned venture based in Shanghai. It houses all of GM’s local staff and is an investor in GM’s vehicle joint ventures in China. GM has been named one of the 10 Hewitt Best Employers in China.
GM, along with its joint ventures, offers the broadest lineup of vehicles and brands among automakers in China. Products are sold under the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Opel, Baojun, Wuling and Jiefang brands. In 2012, domestic sales of vehicles by GM and its joint ventures increased 11.3 percent on an annual basis to 2,836,128 units.
GM China’s strategy can be summed up in six words: In China, with China, for China. The entire company has made China a priority. GM has built a solid foundation for continued growth. It seeks outstanding candidates to help it remain a leader in China.