A permanent contract with the leader in innovation and high-tech engineering consulting
A multi-stage model with career opportunities through specialization prospects with over 250'000 consultants around the world and a Group revenue (Altran/CapGemini) of EUR. 17 Bn, the Altran Group is the undisputed global leader in Engineering and R&D services (ER&D)
In Switzerland, Altran employs more than 400 consultants and aims towards large growth with offices located in Zürich, Basel, Lausanne and Geneva.
Data Historian (Osisoft PI) administration and development.
Incident, Change and Problem Management.
Subject Matter Expert for Data, Risk and Impact analysis regarding Data Historian Events.
Management and implementation of Interfaces to/from Data Historian and other Data Sources.
Participation in Business Integration and Automation Engineering Projects (e. g. Reporting, Interfaces, Big Data analysis, integration of machines and production lines).
Bachelor degree in Engineering, Computer Science, IT or equivalent.
5 to 7 years of experience in Osisoft PI administration and development in a complex integration environment.
Understanding of business processes in the manufacturing environment, especially pharma.
Experience in CSV and GxP-compliant environment.
Analytical thinking, structured approach to problem-solving.
Fluent in German and English (written and spoken).
Experience in software development and scripting skills in SQL, PowerShell, Web, .Net, Java, PI PE, PI AF, PI ACE is a plus.
About Altran Technologies
Altran Technologies, SA is a global innovation and engineering consulting firm founded in 1982 in France by Alexis Kniazeff and Hubert Martigny. Altran operates primarily in high technology and innovation consultancy, which account for nearly 75% of its turnover. Administrative and information consultancy accounts for 20% of its turnover with strategy and management consulting making up the rest. The firm is active in most engineering domains, particularly electronics and IT technology. In 2016, Altran generated €2.120 billion in revenues and employed over 29,000 people around the world. Since June 18, 2015, Altran has been led by CEO Dominique Cerutti.