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Working Student - Technical - Bachelors 1 - Level High

In Florida / United States

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Working Student - Technical - Bachelors 1 - Level High

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JOB LOCATION:

Orlando Florida / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position Overview

This position will be supporting the Project Management Office (PMO) which is part of the Service Programs Department in the Service Power Generation Business Unit. The PMO includes commercial integration of new technologies into our service fleet, logistical support, and the creation and analysis of service program fleet models to optimize program execution. The position will support any one of these three main areas depending on the business needs. The PMO has 40 employees.

1. Modeling: Modeling is all about how to organize and interpret big data. Siemens has a large service fleet of several hundred power generating gas turbines with many thousands of parts operating millions of hours. How do I track all of the parts in those machines and figure out when they need to be exchanged? How much do the parts cost and how much does it cost to exchange them? Siemens has advanced IT tools to figure this out.

2. Collaborate with teammates to develop data models to suit business intelligence solutions.
Experienced in aspects of data warehousing including data architecture, analysis and design. Designs and develops new SQL procedures, processes and reports ranging from simple to more complexed to meet business needs.

3. Logistics: The position will support the nearly endless variables to getting goods and services from point A to point B. An example: I have a 50,000 kg rotor that I want to ship from the factory in North Carolina to a plant on the Atlantic coast. Do I use a truck, a barge, or a plane? Are permits needed? Can the truck only drive at night? Are the bridges strong enough? Maybe we should consider a barge.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Current field of study Computer Science or Information Technology degree (Junior or Senior)
Proficient in SQL and Object-Oriented Programming.



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Aug 02, 2021

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S16204861245058559

LOCATION:

Florida / United States

CITY:

Orlando

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Position Overview

This position will be supporting the Project Management Office (PMO) which is part of the Service Programs Department in the Service Power Generation Business Unit. The PMO includes commercial integration of new technologies into our service fleet, logistical support, and the creation and analysis of service program fleet models to optimize program execution. The position will support any one of these three main areas depending on the business needs. The PMO has 40 employees.

1. Modeling: Modeling is all about how to organize and interpret big data. Siemens has a large service fleet of several hundred power generating gas turbines with many thousands of parts operating millions of hours. How do I track all of the parts in those machines and figure out when they need to be exchanged? How much do the parts cost and how much does it cost to exchange them? Siemens has advanced IT tools to figure this out.

2. Collaborate with teammates to develop data models to suit business intelligence solutions.
Experienced in aspects of data warehousing including data architecture, analysis and design. Designs and develops new SQL procedures, processes and reports ranging from simple to more complexed to meet business needs.

3. Logistics: The position will support the nearly endless variables to getting goods and services from point A to point B. An example: I have a 50,000 kg rotor that I want to ship from the factory in North Carolina to a plant on the Atlantic coast. Do I use a truck, a barge, or a plane? Are permits needed? Can the truck only drive at night? Are the bridges strong enough? Maybe we should consider a barge.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Current field of study Computer Science or Information Technology degree (Junior or Senior)
Proficient in SQL and Object-Oriented Programming.




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