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Industry:
Automotive, Entertainment, Fibers & Textiles, Food & Beverage, Household & Personal Care, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Marine, Metals, Mining, Minerals & Cement, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Print & Publishing, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor & Electronics, Tire & Rubber, Water Wastewater
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary


The Senior Financial Analyst, OES Central Operations Team, will be responsible for the analysis, reporting, and standardization of finance activities that help OES Global SAP manufacturing locations and OES functions achieve their objectives.

This role requires strong consultative and partnering skills, primarily collaborating with the OES Plant Finance and Function leads and their respective partners to help understand OES performance and provide actionable analysis to improve results. The candidate must have strong financial acumen with a focus on process improvement and standardization, and exemplary communication skills.

The Senior Financial Analyst, OES Central Operations Team, will work collaboratively with the OES Finance Leads on matters related to financial analysis, standard performance setting and measurement, issue identification and internal controls.

  • Key responsibility: Financial Analysis & Forecast

    • Financial analysis support of FP&A processes for a set of OES organizations. This including collaboration and coordination with the Finance leads, in the month-end review, reporting, and analysis of OES operating results, quarterly forecast, Annual Operating Plan (AOP), and ad-hoc analytical requirements.

    • Act as advisor with OES Plant/Function key partners (OES Plants, Functions, and Finance management) to identify trends/anomalies and support on-going investigation, as needed.

    • Consolidate key deliverables and planning targets for OES Functions and manufacturing locations into SAP and HFM/HP.

    • Look beyond the P&L, and provide insight to the plant/function Finance leads and managers to incorporate into future analyses, actions, and recommendations.

  • Key responsibility: Global processes & reporting

    • Assist and maintain the establishment of global processes and measurement to support the OES organization in achieving its results

    • Work with other Finance functions and act as a liaison with OES plant/function leads to ensure process information is provided to their personnel

  • Key Responsibility: Other

    • Work on any special projects as assigned by the OES Leadership Team.

    • Provide support in establishing, maintaining and enforcing proper internal control policies and procedures



Key Competencies & Other Skills:

  • Strong Analytical, technical, communication and collaborative skills

  • Ability and willingness to explore complex areas of OES, involve/support others, and turn complex processes into efficient ones.

  • Strong bias to get the job done, strategic outlook with the ability to operate as a “change agent” and to drive standardization. Willingness to challenge the status quo in order to enhance productivity, processes and procedures

  • Works well with a team by engaging and supporting others

  • Ability to handle tight deadlines and time sensitive pressures well and remain even tempered

  • Ability to build and collaborate with a global team and non-Finance audiences

  • Impeccable sense of integrity and business ethics

  • Prior exposure to finance activities in an industrial manufacturing environment

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Shanghai
Job Summary
The senior legal counsel will provide a variety of general commercial, compliance and corporate legal and regulatory support to all businesses and functions in the business area that Rockwell Automation refers to as “Greater China”; which includes mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Due to geographical proximity, we also include Japan and Korea in the scope of responsibilities for this role (thus the title “Senior Legal Counsel, North Asia”). In addition to covering different areas of local laws and regulations, the role will have a strong focus on business partnering, market and channel access development, and corporate development activities such as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, or other collaborative contractual or corporate arrangements within China.
From a business and functional perspective, the legal counsel will cover all RA businesses operating in North Asia selling products, services, information technology and solutions to a wide variety of industries. Although the role is to support our businesses in North Asia, it is anticipated that the majority of the senior legal counsel’s time will be spent supporting the Greater China business.
Accordingly, the main internal business client for the legal counsel within RA China is our Global Sales and Marketing function, represented by the Managing Director, Greater China. The senior legal counsel will be a key member of and business partner to the China management team. Moreover, the position also frequently supports or interacts with a wide variety of other groups or functions within RA including Business Development, Market Access, Finance, Pricing and Operations & Engineering Services.
RA is looking for candidate who has a mix of commercial legal experiences as well as a background in merger/acquisition or partnering type activity. Rockwell’s “go-to-market” strategy around the globe can be complex and involves a number of partners such as distributors, systems integrators, value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, and others. Experience with a complex marketplace and knowledge of partnering arrangements such as strategic partnering arrangements, joint ventures, distribution agreements, as well as competition law and corporate transactions will be critical.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate, Sales, Services, and Solutions
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
This position works with the components business management teams and global marketing teams to develop commercial strategies that promote component products through the appropriate channels. Responsibilities include the planning, budgeting, conceptual development and delivery of sales collateral, advertising, public relations, social media, blogs, trade show and other marketing communications designed to maximize the sales performance and marketshare of component products.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Work with Product Marketing, and Regional Marketing to lead the development of a wide range of global tactics, including collateral, trade shows, events, social media, blogs, web sites, email campaigns, and training programs.
  • Responsible for managing multiple projects simultaneously, from scope definition to creation to eventual retirement of solution.
  • Develop plans/proposals and manage budgets for projects and activities.
  • Coordinate with various functional groups, including Regional Marketing, Commercial Engineering, Integrated Marketing Communications, Digital Marketing and Sales, as appropriate.
  • Scope of Product Responsibility: All Component Products - with a primary focus on Industrial Control Products.



ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Understand how to apply marketing techniques to provide the most effective programs. Stay abreast of marketing trends and introduce new and creative approaches to marketing programs that grow sales revenue.
  2. Manage and maximize shared services resources in a matrixed organization.
  3. Form teams and motivate direct and indirect reports to deliver programs on time and within constraints as defined by the commercial plan and budget. Motivate cross-business and cross-regional teams even when such programs are outside of their day-to-day tasks.
  4. Identify metrics to measure program/campaign effectiveness. Understand the tools available to determine the metrics.
  5. Manage commercial programs for markets/segments with different target audiences and drivers. Work with cross-business and cross-regional teams to leverage expertise where is it available to get the job done.
  6. Collaborate effectively with regional marketing teams to develop marketing material and programs that meet global needs. Share development of materials so that the most appropriate region takes the lead.
  7. Understand customer and channel requirements to develop appropriate sales tools and promotions and measure their effectiveness.
  8. Conduct tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality and environmental regulations as well as RACS policies and procedures.
  9. Have a thorough familiarity with company policies and procedures. Appropriately apply policies and procedures in compliance with government laws, including, but not limited to: Standards of Business Conduct, Intellectual Property, Control Environment, Information Protection, ISO 9000 & 14000, government regulations (e.g. health, safety, quality and environmental), and functional policies published on the Rockwell Automation Information Network. For those with supervisory responsibilities: Train and motivate team members in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

The Director of Global Security serves as a thought leader in establishing the CISO Office as a center of excellence for global, integrated cyber and physical security.

Key responsibilities of the role:

  • Manage a team consisting of one or more of each of the following positions: Regional Security Manager, Security Manager, Intelligence and Investigations Manager, and Insider Risk Investigators. Manage performance and development of team members.
  • Physical protection and resilience of the RA’s people, facilities, products, assets, and infrastructure, including physical security, executive protection, Workplace Violence Program, travel security, and all other aspects of physical security. Physical security includes protective controls like access controls, biometrics, and anti-tailgating devices; as well as detective controls like cameras.
  • Create and manage a global, world-class Crisis Management program, including a formal process for developing and conducting training and global tabletops aligned with the Company Enterprise Risk Management program and current threat intelligence. This position is the lead of the corporate Crisis Management Team.
  • Manage the Insider Risk Program, designed to address potential threats to the company’s intellectual property, operations and reputation from insiders who might steal information or sabotage products or infrastructure.
  • Manage the G4S Global Guarding Contract.
  • Develop and maintain all aspects of the Physical Security Technology Program for all company locations by designing and managing the installations of all security equipment for approximately 300 locations, globally.
  • Lead all security investigations, including physical security, workplace violence, insider risk, business email compromises, and social engineering.
  • Create and manage a Threat Intelligence program, including formal communications mechanisms with Company leadership, the CISO office, IT, and the Product Security Office.
  • Develop and maintain global government and law enforcement contacts and private / public partnerships, and develop a formal plan for interfacing with those contacts proactively and during incidents or crises. Run government security programs like the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
  • Support the Director of Operations in planning strategic planning workshops, tracking progress against strategic plans, and creating leadership communications.
  • Support the Director of Technical Security in designing and executing a protection strategy focused on resiliency of the Company’s most mission critical assets (defined by the Director of Operations) – including the Secure Development Environment. This position is responsible for ensuring that physical security controls are aligned with strategic plans, defining control objectives and requirements, and validating implementation.
  • Support the Company’s Business Continuity Program (BCP) by working with the corporate BCP team to develop proactive plans and to execute those plans during crises.
  • Support the Mergers and Acquisition process, and the Third Party Risk Management Program by performing regional third party assessments and as requested by the Director of Operations.
  • Support the Director of Operations’ metrics program by defining and collecting physical security metrics.
  • Support Human Resources’ Global Background Checking program by providing expertise and recommendations to address findings not addressed in the standard processes.
  • Support the Director of Operations by conducting regional security awareness training; and building and utilizing a global network of security champions to facilitate ongoing communications and outreach around the world.
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Industry:
Automotive, Entertainment, Fibers & Textiles, Food & Beverage, Household & Personal Care, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Marine, Metals, Mining, Minerals & Cement, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Print & Publishing, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor & Electronics, Tire & Rubber, Water Wastewater
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
This position is part of the Global Talent Acquisition leadership team and reports to the Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition.

In this position, the Director of Talent Acquisition will play a critical and strategic role in defining and executing recruitment strategies across all LOB’s within the United States and Canada and partnering on a global-basis. This leader will be responsible for building and leading a virtual recruitment team that’s focused on identifying, attracting and hiring top talent into the company.

This Director of Talent Acquisition will be joining our team at an exciting transformational stage.This transformation includes the building of a multi-year TA strategic roadmap and you’ll play an important role in helping to influence and shape the overall strategy. Additionally, this leader will be responsible for executing our TA strategy to enable the company to meet its strategic priorities and operational targets.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Develop and lead a high performing talent acquisition team of recruiters and recruitment leaders. Share knowledge and best practices within the team and across the organization to ensure that the team is highly effective and valued. Establish a resource strategy that is scalable and appropriately leverages internal and external resources based on business needs.
  • Partner with the business and HR leaders on effective workforce planning that proactive recruitment strategies and market outreach.
  • Drive continuous improvement efforts:
    • Measure and report key talent acquisition organization and individual performance metrics.
    • Assess customer satisfaction and develop plans to continuously monitor and improve the experience of new hires and hiring manager.
    • Identify and implement best practices to increase the quality of hires while reducing time to fill and overall cost per hire.
  • Lead a team accountable to achieve the defined business goals in support of our Growth & Performance Strategy.
    • Ensure that team is provided with clear context for assigned responsibilities and overall team goals.
    • Plan for and assign development opportunities for area of expertise and identified succession management opportunities for direct reports. Create clear and defined career development plans for team.
    • Develop and implement a set of performance metrics that define and track performance effectiveness.
    • Create transparency and focus on important initiatives.
  • Contribute to business strategy by helping to identify, prioritize and build organizational capabilities, behaviors, structures and processes that will result in identifying and hiring top talent
  • Partner with our TA Digital Media team on go-to-market recruitment strategies/campaigns to increase our employer brand footprint and awareness.
  • Focus on creating and maintaining market talent community maps for all lines of business and cultivating and building relationships with strong and diverse prospective hires.
  • Improve tools and strategies to convert top talent.
  • Identify areas for improvement and cost savings.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
The Rockwell Automation Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a fast-paced, early career, two year rotation program within the Information Technology group.

Information Technology LDP participants complete four six-month rotations as an IT Analyst. Rotation areas could include:
  • IT Service Strategy
  • Organizational Change Management
  • IT Security & Controls
  • IT Architecture
  • Unified Communications & Collaboration
  • Desktop Support in RA IT Zone
  • Global End User Training of IT Services
Potential rotation assignments:
  • Research and define IT service costs to the business
  • Support project and organizational change management, communications, training
  • Optimize security policies, procedures and toolsets
  • Clarify architecture roadmaps to business users’ needs
  • Enable strategy of content management and collaboration tools
  • Provide desktop support and training in RA’s onsite IT Zone and virtually around the globe
  • Optimize IT’s internal web presence
  • Drive cost reduction initiatives. Lead a project to improve process efficiency and carry through to implementation

LDP Members perform in a full time professional capacity throughout the program. Rotational assignments are designed to provide comprehensive exposure to the company’s business structure and IT organization. This fast-paced, early career, high visibility program develops the skills needed to become a future business leader at Rockwell Automation.

Rockwell Automation will match your background, skills, and interests to current business needs – each experience is unique. You will gain hands-on learning in key business areas, assume responsibility for critical IT functions and will be recognized as a leader of change within the organization.


Rockwell Automation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

If you are an individual with a disability and you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process, email our Talent Acquisition representative at ratalentacquisition@ra.rockwell.comView More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate, Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Kiln Farm
Job Summary
  • Identify, develop, implement and maintain security and Crisis Management related processes, primarily in the EMEA Region to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in all areas of physical, information and personal risk;
  • Assess security and emergency risks for Rockwell Automation facilities, employees, executives and other assets in various forms. Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of security threats, terrorism risks and potential impacts to reduce risks to employees and assets;
  • Ensure the implementation of facility security projects for all new or retrofitted company locations primarily in the EMEA Region. As the subject matter expert, provide global oversight;
  • Enhance and/or maintains the Crisis Management program in the EMEA Region and interfaces with the CISO/Global Security function. Perform and/or facilitate Global HQ team training, including scenarios at least annually;
  • Consistent with CISO/Global Security program content, provide effective security training and awareness as appropriate;
  • Perform and/or ensure RA and third party security assessments are performed in the EMEA Region as assigned. Brief senior location management on suggested improvements;
  • Accountable for global state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard the organization's assets and to correct security vulnerabilities while ensuring optimal use of personnel, financial resources and equipment;
  • Develops relationships with high-level law enforcement and international counterparts primarily in the EMEA Region to include in-country security and international security agencies, intelligence and private sector counterparts worldwide;
  • Develops and maintains relationships and partnerships with all key senior location managers, executives, operations managers, corporate audit, human resources, and other key functions within the region/company to enhance existing security programs. Develop and maintain an understanding of the Company’s strategic direction, goals, products and services, and planned expansion;
  • With assistance from the Global Security staff and/or key external partners, provide travel security program oversight/support for all employees within the EMEA Region, including the facilitation of executive protection for senior executives traveling to the geography;
  • Effectively lead the EMEA Region’s location security coordinator program and communicate timely guidance and facilitate detailed training programs as appropriate. Communicate key information as related to the protection of the company’s people and assets;
  • Participates in and provides support to the Director of Global Security, CISO and/or Ombudsman, primarily in the EMEA America Region for sensitive investigations as requested;
Determines the need for regional emergency response plan changes, new or enhanced ISO 900 Level Procedures and ensures the appropriate format and content are followed. View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Rockwell Automation Information Technology Internship Program is a project based internship designed to expose you to a career track in IT as well as prepare you for our Leadership Development Program (LDP). The LDP is a 2 year early career program with four six-month rotations.

The Information Technology Intern may have the opportunity to work on projects in the following areas:
  • IT Service Strategy
  • Organizational Change Management
  • IT Security & Controls
  • IT Architecture
  • Unified Communications & Collaboration
  • Desktop Support in RA IT Zone
  • Global End User Training of IT Services

Rockwell will match your background, skills, and interests– each experience is unique. You will spend time with hands-on learning in key business areas, assume responsibility for critical projects that are based upon business needs, and will be considered for the IT LDP.

As Interns, you will have the opportunity to be a major contributor, while getting comprehensive exposure to the business structure of Rockwell Automation and the Information Technology organization. You will work independently and with your team, as well as with others outside of your team. This role provides opportunities for presentations and one on one interaction with stakeholders outside of the IT organization whom are the intern's internal Rockwell business customers.

Rockwell Automation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

If you are an individual with a disability and you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process, email our Talent Acquisition representative at ratalentacquisition@ra.rockwell.com

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Harbin Nangang
Job Summary

The individual will be responsible for the business leadership and management of the Medium Voltage Business for the Asia Pacific market and the RA Harbin operations to support the Global PF6000 demand. Key functions included in this job are Commercial Engineering, Application Engineering, Project Management, Quality, Operations, Post-Sales Support, and Harbin site general management.
The position is expected to cooperate with businesses functions globally to align common platforms, methods, procedures, and systems to ensure overall company-wide consistency in strategy and processes. The position is responsible for establishing goals that will drive orders, sales revenue, and overall customer service excellence.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Lead, Marketing Data Analytics

The Lead, Marketing Analytics is responsible for working with qualitative and quantitative data to derive insights and actionable recommendations,defining, maintaining and reporting on digital behavior and engagement, marketing account and contact data records, along with quality assurance. This role is tactically focused on assuring the uniformity and quality of data records used within the Marketing Automation Platform ( MAP) and sales force automation (SFA) system as well as the dashboards and integrity of data in Power BI.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for the integrity of digital marketing reporting.
  • Enable an analytics framework for measuring global/regional Marketing effectiveness, funnel performance and attribution.
  • Develop and maintain reporting dashboards to support decision-making within the marketing organization
  • Stay current on industry tools, techniques and competitor marketing strategies.
  • Manage delivery of scheduled and ad hoc reports, noting business trends in new customer counts, order / sales impact of marketing triggers and promoted product performance.
  • Analyze results and develop performance improvement opportunities.
  • Work with internal and client teams to understand goals and data sources and help establish benchmarks and metrics of online marketing campaigns
  • Design, implement and analyze controlled experiments to assess and optimize new opportunities across digital channels including modeling and predictive analytics
  • Identify best-performing customer segments and develop precise targeting methods within search marketing.
  • Identify opportunities to help optimize marketing efforts to encourage visits, conversions, and to drive sales, customer acquisition, and customer retention
  • Monitor and report on database quality metrics

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate, Sales, Services, and Solutions
Location:
Mayfield Village - Ohio, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
This position is the secondary contact for all Rockwell Automation distributors, customers, Rockwell Automation international subsidiaries and Rockwell Automation employees contacting for assistance or direction. The agent utilizes knowledge of Rockwell Automation organization, products & services, systems and policies/procedures to determine the nature of assistance needed and handles the call/inquiry appropriately.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Functional Expertise
  • Familiarity with Rockwell Automation products and services.
  • Provide semi technical sales assistance for products and services including product features, functions, and replacements/substitutions.
  • Facilitate the order entry process for standard, non-standard, and custom orders.
  • Work closely with Product Marketing on pre sales and root cause correction issue.
  • Serve as contact for global Customer Care, and a liaison with other areas of the Rockwell Automation's organization to provide a seamless service experience.
  • Run, review, and respond to global Customer Care triage reports supporting repair/exchange (PLS), order management, and services. This includes but not limited to order, material, and invoicing errors, customer review requests, obsolete material, and blocks.
  • Attention to detail analyzing, interpreting, entering, and editing orders.
  • Point of contact for SAP system issues impacting Customer Care, entering, prioritizing, and monitoring IT tickets while driving issue resolution.
  • Support SAP releases as appropriate.
  • Maintain acceptable performance standards, including effectiveness, efficiency and quality.
  • Capture pertinent information and enter into the appropriate business system as described in SOPs. Adhere to data collection guidelines as outlined in SOPs
  • Problem solving that includes routine to complex issues that may require extensive research, additional tools and customer follow-up
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Leadership/Change
  • Make informed business decisions. Execute sound judgment and authorize exceptions in line with delegation of authority.
  • Resolve issues in a timely manner.
  • Create a competitive advantage for Rockwell Automation by providing distinguishable and superior customer service.
  • Work with peers and supervisor to identify and implement process improvements, considering impact across businesses & regions. Participate in special projects to enhance the effectiveness of the organization.
  • Identify and share best practices, driving consistency across businesses and/or regions. Create and update SOPs and other documentation as appropriate.
  • Identify training opportunities and conduct internal and external training as appropriate.
  • Manages workload, establishes priorities and reviews process for improvement. Must be able to prioritize multiple tasks and be responsible to follow-up and follow through.
  • Adapt to changing priorities and needs, with flexibility, in a rapidly changing environment.
Interpersonal
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills combined with a positive customer focused attitude.
  • Actively participate in meetings to address customer or internal process issues. Provide constructive input to drive implementation of win-win solutions.
  • Ability to work well individually and in a team.
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively.
Business
  • Recognize/identify customer needs. Respond with urgency to customer problems. Work with others to determine alternative solutions as required that meet or exceed customer expectations.
  • Utilize initiative and independent judgment to research and initiate prompt action to resolve customer discrepancies in a timely manner. Escalate and seek management approval as appropriate.
  • Ensures thorough familiarity with company policies and procedures. Appropriately applies policies and procedures in compliance with government laws.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Rockwell is seeking an F5 Network Engineer to provide senior-level F5 load balancing design expertise. The Sr. Network Engineer will be responsible for high level design of all F5 platforms within Rockwell, roadmap activities, and collaborate with other architects and engineers on security governance.


This position will have full responsibility for developing the F5 roadmap, planning upgrades and investment proposals, creating standards for F5 build activities and ongoing operations. This position will also work closely with Rockwell’s architecture group to ensure our F5 roadmap aligns appropriately with our overall IT architecture.

F5 ASM (Application Security Manager) is heavily utilized in the environment, and extensive experience with this module is a requirement.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
The IT Risk and Compliance manager is responsible for developing and maintaining a documented IT Risk Management Framework. This framework will summarize the most important IT risks, the risk owners, and the processes in place to address the risks. They will also ensure all associated IT controls objective activities are proactively met, and audit findings are remediated.

This role is responsible for evaluating overall information technology risk, maintain an active view, and report on the actual, mitigated and residual risk in the technology organization. All IT risk management activities are coordinated through this role. All compliance closure activities are coordinated through this role, including the control and actual submissions for closure.



Scope of IT Risk Framework:
  1. Strategy & IT Governance (with Company Business Strategy team and GPOC)
  2. Legal, Regulatory & Data Privacy (with OGC)
  3. Information Security – IAM, Infrastructure Security, Cyberdefense (with OGC/CISO)
  4. IT Security Continuity / Disaster Recovery (with Enterprise Risk Mgmt. & Business Continuity teams)
  5. IT Solution Delivery - Applications, Web, Digital Business, Data
  6. IT Service Operations – Applications, Security and Infrastructure Operations
  7. Supplier Management (with OES Strategic Sourcing)
  8. Finance (with Corporate Finance)
  9. People (with Corporate HR)
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Implement and maintain a comprehensive Information Security Risk Management program.
  • Develop the IT Risk Framework and its associated controls and reporting.
  • Work with IT, CISO and Internal Audit departments to identify, measure, and report on risk based on information assets
  • Identify, assess and evaluate risk to enable the execution of the enterprise risk management strategy.
  • Develop and implement risk responses to ensure that risk factors and events are addressed in a cost-effective manner and in line with business objectives.
  • Monitor risk and communicate information to the relevant stakeholders to ensure the continued effectiveness of the enterprise’s risk management strategy.
  • Design and implement information systems controls in alignment with the organization’s risk appetite and tolerance levels to support business objectives; monitor controls to ensure they function effectively and efficiently.
  • Work closely with CISO, Internal Audit, Procurement & Compliance to identify compliance baselines from legislative requirements and corporate objectives.
  • Maintain an up-to-date understanding of emerging trends in information security risks; apply new techniques and trends, in-line with overall information security objectives and risk tolerance.
  • Manage team that serves as liaison to IT and auditors, and facilitates coordination of all audit activities, including -
    • Ensure appropriate resources are engaged in audits;
    • Collaborate and negotiate audit findings to be accurate and objective, based on the company’s risk tolerance;
    • Build out robust risk-based remediation plans to reduce or prevent future audit findings.
    • Work with compliance issue owners to ensure remediation and on-time closure.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Shanghai
Job Summary
The pricing analyst provides analytics that measure pricing performance and supports the development of pricing strategies and plans. Pricing recommendations based on analysis and presentation to country management is expected. The pricing analyst also provides ad hoc analysis support to local stakeholders on pricing.

Job duties would be but not limited to
  • Develop a system of communication, documentation and review of internal and external comparative pricing data
  • Identify opportunities to optimize sales and profitability through pricing strategies
  • Define and maintain regular pricing performance reports
  • Perform ad hoc pricing analysis support business initiatives
  • Track progress of business initiatives from pricing perspective
  • Monitor order consumption of approved special price requests
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Job Description:
This position is responsible for administrative support for the PMO within the below centralized functions. Resolves wide-range issues of diverse scope in creative and effective ways. Analysis of issues/data requires evaluation of identifiable factors. Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Frequently interacts with peers and customers to gain cooperation of others or conduct presentations of technical/process improvement information and activities.


IT PMO Governance
  • Perform project audits in preparation for Governance meetings
  • Train stakeholders in Portfolio Manager
  • Support Portfolio Manager and other systems (iP3M) / SharePoint sites used to manage governance process
  • Maintain process templates / artifacts
  • Provide support for Project Estimation Process
IT PMO Reporting Management
  • Monitor identified metrics and if they are not meeting targets -assist with teams risk mitigation when required.
  • Monitor PWA & Portfolio Server for updates
  • Support the report creation
IT Sourcing Strategy
  • Establish, maintain and communicate process metrics
  • Manage centralized shopping cart SharePoint site
  • Create Shopping carts in SAP
  • Create and Monitor weekly / monthly report
  • Train resources on the shopping cart process
  • Streamline global process for shopping carts and ensure continuous improvement
  • Work closely with SSO and PMO
IT PMO SharePoint Support & Maintenance
  • Create new SharePoint sites for PMO
  • Maintain existing PMO Sites and Sub site
  • Work extensively with PMO Partners/Finance/ Supplier Management team on site modifications
IT PMO Work Breakdown Structures (WBS’s) & Appropriation Requests (AR’s)Creation
  • Creation of new Work Breakdown Structures (WBS’s) & Appropriate Requests (AR’s)
  • Monitoring IT WBS’s & AR’s
  • Communicating on IT WBS’s & AR’s
IT PMO Resource Management
  • Support PWA updates when required
  • Support Resource Management tasks as required
Support PMO Manager in additional process improvement or project work as required.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
This position will work with business units to assist them in determining the U.S. sales (or Canadian) tax treatment for customer proposals, projects and invoices. The position requires a results oriented, resourceful, service driven accounting professional capable of managing multiple tasks in a time sensitive environment.

Primary Responsibilities include:
  • Assisting in the development and maintenance of accurate sales/use systems and procedures based on GAAP, State Law and Rockwell Automation financial policies and procedures.
  • Working with business units, customer and vendors to assist in determination of transaction tax treatment (United States and Canada) of customer proposals, projects, and invoices.
  • Working with customers and business units to clear sales tax discrepancies on sale / payable invoices.
  • Assisting with the coordination and completion of Unites States sales and use tax and Canadian GST/HST and PST audits. This includes the accumulation of audit data and assisting with the negotiation of audit settlements.
  • Gathering and reviewing supporting documentation for sales tax compliance.
  • Creating summary reports and prepare/review returns.
  • Preparing required journal entries and maintaining and reconciling relevant tax ledger accounts.
  • Preparing and/or approving refund claims to be submitted to taxing authorities.
  • Assisting with the proper collection and filing of customer and vendor sales tax certifications for Rockwell Automation.

Successful candidate will have:
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Technical Research and analytical skills
  • Effective interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize, organize and make decisions on a timely basis
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate, Sales, Services, and Solutions
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
The business intelligence manager position creates, implements, and continuously improves a comprehensive process for Global Sales and Marketing business intelligence needs. Creates and manages a scalable information technology solution; safeguards intellectual property; manages data and reporting to align with business strategic goals; synthesizes routine and ad hoc reporting needs and underlying data requirements to deliver timely and actionable business intelligence.
  • Create and manage a scalable information technology framework to enhance sales processes, and help realize success in strategic business goals.
  • Ensure security of data and intellectual property, employing all Information Security guidelines, clarifications, and job aids/best practices. Upholds Rockwell’s standards of ethics and ensures all team members do as well.
  • Identify key ongoing business intelligence needs of each global region through surveys, workshops, and one-to-one communications with principal employees; duties specific to this function may include the comprehensive assessment of the what, why, when, and who will use the information to make decisions.
  • Translate strategic business or project-related questions into actionable data requests, research and analyze the data, and provide clear graphical and written findings.
  • Serve as a conduit between business stakeholders and IT to maximize mutual collaboration and success.
  • Monitor internal and external environments for development of new business processes; assess potential improvements, and implement as appropriate.
  • Prioritize, plan, and track project progress. Applies complex/technical product, process, and/or business knowledge to plan, perform, and evaluate work.
  • Responsible for career growth of employees through mentoring and providing additional opportunities for learning experiences.
  • Is accountable for supporting business growth by providing dashboards and KPI scorecards to field sales, sales leadership, marketing, and other groups.
  • Establish and continuously improve a user-centric global communication and collaboration framework using supported Microsoft productivity suites, SAP, and other Rockwell data collection and management systems.
  • with internal/external customers and coordinates through others to: resolve complex problems that have increasingly broad and long-term implications, respond with urgency to unique needs, and deliver timely, cost-effective quality systems.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
The position will be responsible for the financial management of two manufacturing locations, working collaboratively with OES and non-OES functions to support these plants. In addition, this role will provide decision support to Plant Managers and the Directors of Operations. The individual in this role will work closely with the entire leadership teams for these sites on matters related to financial analysis, issue identification, forecasting and internal controls. Ideal candidates will have a proven track record of supporting business partners, strong financial acumen with a focus on productivity, and exemplary communication skills.

More specific responsibilities include:
  • Financial ownership for manufacturing locations with a focus on providing business decision support while supporting , FP&A processes and internal controls.
  • Ensure predictability of financial results by driving an effective AOP and quarterly forecasting process.
  • Lead the monthly review and analysis of the plant operating results, monthly forecast, and all other ad-hoc analytical requirements. Communicate all essential monthly findings to the respective Plant Manager, Finance Manager, and Directors of Operations in advance of the Monthly Performance Review (MPR).
  • The Finance Manager will be responsible to review and analyze operating results, and through his/her understanding of the results and identified risks and opportunities, recommend actions to the respective plant leadership team to improve overall operational and financial performance.
  • He/she will work with the respective plant leadership teams to identify, review, select and implement productivity opportunities and programs.
  • Act as a liaison between the plant operations and the business units (BU). Provide the BU with information related to plant performance that may impact current/future BU costs and margins.
  • Closely align with the Central Operations team and other plants to drive improved and standardized global processes.
  • The Finance Manager, will look beyond the P&L, and provide insight to the plant leadership teams on how to optimize inventory levels and review capital investments.
  • Provide leadership, direction and support in establishing, maintaining and enforcing proper internal control policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate and monitor the remediation of all financial control issues identified by the Company’s internal and external auditors.
  • Work on any special projects as assigned by the OES Leadership Team.
Candidates for this role will have:
  • Exposure to finance function activities in an industrial manufacturing environment
  • Prior experience in analyzing, forecasting, and planning a P&L
  • Working knowledge of SAP, Hyperion Financial Management and HP
  • Knowledge of US GAAP, reporting, corporate governance and other statutory requirements including Sarbanes-Oxley compliance
  • Ability to travel up to 25%
Key Competencies & Other Skills:
  • Strategic outlook with the ability to operate as a “change agent” willingness to challenge the status quo in order to enhance productivity, processes and procedures
  • Communicates powerfully and persuasively using various styles that effectively address different needs and audiences
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills capable of interacting with staff, peers and senior leadership
  • Proven business partner – results oriented, resourceful, service driven professional
  • Expert problem solver – Sorts through complex issues and makes sound recommendations
  • Self-Confident – inspires confidence in others
  • An impeccable sense of integrity and business ethics
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and prioritize multiple tasks under tight deadlines
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Job Category:
Corporate, Sales, Services, and Solutions
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary:
This position is responsible for supporting the execution of our sales operations strategy within the North America channels organization.
  • Manage and administer Rockwell Automation Partner Relationship strategy and processes
  • Support distributor Sales Force Automation (SFA) and Disciplined Sales Planning (DSP) processes
  • Collaborate with field sales and distributor personnel to identify business process improvements
  • Lead process improvement projects resulting in increased efficiency and add value to Rockwell Automation’s channel partners.
  • Effective communication and execution of NA Channel programs and initiatives
  • Ability to work in a matrixed environment on various cross functional teams to support channel sales operations initiatives and distributor organizational / structural changes
  • Develop and implement channel reporting requirements
  • Provide timely issue resolution to fields sales and distributor personnel focused on point-of-sale (POS), performance reporting, sales planning, channel policy, and various channel processes and systems
Successful candidates in this role will have:
  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access
  • Strong interpersonal skills to effectively build and manage relationships at all levels within the organization, as well as with distributor personnel.
  • The ability to prioritize effectively to manage multiple tasks.
  • Great attention to detail, and a desire to provide a value-added service in support RA field sales and distributor.
  • The ability to work collaboratively with internal business partners as well as with distributor partners
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Industry:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary

The Senior Analyst is a direct report to the Global Operations Controller. This position will assist the Global Operations Controller and work closely with key international contacts on financial reporting and accounting matters. The position requires a results oriented, bright, resourceful, service driven finance professional capable of managing multiple tasks in a time sensitive environment. Other important skills include:
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills capable of interacting with peers and management.
  • Ability to proactively manage multiple short-range and long-range tasks in a time-sensitive environment.
  • Willingness to challenge the status quo in order to enhance productivity, processes and procedures.
  • Ability and desire to assume additional responsibility and be a candidate for other roles in the medium-term.
Principle Duties:
  • Pro-active participation in monthly/quarterly high-level monitoring controls on balance sheet and income statement amounts in the international regions, including but not limited to:
    • Participating in and maintaining documentation for quarterly “Controllership Reviews”;
    • Ascertaining the appropriateness of monthly/quarterly financial statement fluctuations;
    • Assisting international locations in interpreting and complying with Corporate policy;
    • Leading the monitoring and compliance activities with respect to the Company’s global account reconciliation policy;
    • Identification and communication of potential exceptions and issues and driving of timely resolution; and
    • Frequent ad-hoc interaction with global finance personnel
  • Assist Global Operations Controller in preparation and analysis of technical accounting matters, including but not limited to:
    • Environmental liability accounting;
    • Workers’ compensation and product liability accounting;
    • Revenue recognition matters; and
    • Other US GAAP accounting research as questions or issues are identified company-wide.
  • Assist Global Operations Controller in the coordination of the responses to management’s internal quarterly representation letters to ensure that all exceptions are identified and communicated to appropriate levels of executive management.
  • Assist Global Operations Controller in the ownership of the Corporate balance sheet and income statement reporting.
  • Assist in coordination of global statutory fee negotiation, and monitor compliance with statutory financial reporting requirements for all international locations.
  • Assist external reporting team during quarter and year end with 10-Q and 10-K reporting requirements.
  • Educate global finance team of new and existing US GAAP pronouncements through formal trainings and other ad-hoc communications as necessary.
  • Assist in the global implementation of new US GAAP accounting standards.
  • Complete special projects and analyses as requested by management.
  • Drive finance process improvements to improve efficiencies.
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