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Industry:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
Facilitates organization and leadership development efforts, working with employees and managers to address root causes of human resources issues. Resolves employee relations issues through a systematic approach. Assists senior management in the development of solutions through cultural and process perspective organizational development. Develops and drives company-wide programs and initiatives. Selects, develops, and evaluates people to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

Complexity

Works on issues of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of relevant factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.

Supervision

Normally receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new projects or assignments.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
HR BUSINESS PARTNER – OES
The HRBP provides strategy to align business goals with Rockwell Automation policies, processes and programs by driving organizational effectiveness, leading change management, organization development, and the managing of talent effectiveness. Demonstrates functional expertise, and is seen as coach and trusted advisor to the Supply Chain leaders within Operations and Engineering Services (OES), while supporting the leaders to create and maintain a positive work environment.

This position is responsible for ensuring alignment between business requirements of OES, and Rockwell’s HR policies, processes, and programs. In addition, has responsibility for, leading and supporting HR strategies and initiatives within these business/functions.
  • Partners with the VPs and their direct reports to define short-term and long-term organization development requirements (workforce planning, development, culture, etc.).
  • Partners with global HR colleagues, COEs, HR Ops, and business leaders to create focus on OES goals, including: organizational effectiveness, workforce planning, leads change management, talent effectiveness, and the creation of a healthy work environment which fosters a high level of employee engagement and a performance based culture.
  • Drives successful execution of operational objectives and work initiatives, including the rollout of established business initiatives and programs focused on organizational and cultural change.
  • Ensures strong leadership capability for the business and the development of leadership competency within the business. Facilitates the semi-annual human resource Leadership Review, including replacement planning and identification of high potential employees. Leverages insights from discussions with leaders to address leadership gaps and opportunities, and ensure the creation of development plans to bridge the gaps.
  • Identify the technical, professional and management training needs of the employees within the business. Ensure the necessary programs are available locally with the partnership of Talent Management.
  • Ensure that proper compensation levels and programs are maintained to motivate and retain employees by partnering with HR Compensation team.
  • Advise and assist VP/Directors, and other appropriate business leaders regarding employee performance issues and actions required for improvement.
  • Partners with leaders to create and maintain a culture of inclusion where all employees feel valued and see Rockwell Automation as a place where they can do their best work.


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Industry:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Position Summary

The CP&S Business Operations group at Rockwell Automation has a position available for a with interest in applying data science to complex real-world problems within Rockwell’s Control Products & Solutions businesses. The successful candidate will join a dynamic team that is focused on providing advanced analytics solutions for business needs. The specific activities include interaction with internal customers, formulating the problem, applying data science expertise to provide insight and recommendations on how to solve the identified problem, and following up with the successful solution to show business improvements.

  • Participate in cross-functional projects using data modeling and analysis techniques to discover insights that will guide strategic decisions and uncover optimization opportunities with CP&S

  • Present insights and recommendations to BU teams for decision making and strategic planning

  • Stay current and educated on tools and methods related to predictive and advanced analytics that are industry standard

  • Leverage and connect CP&S information sources and tools for advanced business analysis

  • Leverage and utilize predictive analytics & machine learning tools, techniques and platforms

  • Ability to manage ambiguity and data to find improvement opportunities

  • Successfully navigate corporate culture/developing positive working relationships with stakeholders and project teams

Complexity:

  • Work closely with CP&S businesses and functional units to support and implement high-quality, data-driven decisions

  • Use data modeling, predictive modeling and analytical techniques to interpret key findings from CP&S data and leverage these insights to create initiatives that will support business objectives

  • Willingness to deal with real-world datasets, including data cleansing for optimal use

Temperament:

  • Willingness to drive change in a positive manner despite timelines, deliverables and resources

  • Remains calm under pressure

  • Pursues tasks with drive and a sense of urgency

  • Committed to developing strong relationships and collaborative partnerships

  • Ability to act on identified risks to mitigate in an appropriate timeframe

  • Ability to act accordingly with confidential information found in data sets

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Industry:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
• Supervise general accounting activities globally
• Ensure operational effectiveness through monitoring and reporting process performance against KPIs, ensuring key indicators (BL reconciliation timeliness) are met
• Ensure accuracy and timeliness of account reconciliation
• Determine enhancement opportunities and drive continues improvement initiatives
• Drive standardization to owned processes through process expertise, external benchmarking, knowledge retention
• Ensure process documentation is up to date, including deviation from the global standard process based on localization requirements
• Manage a team of up to 10 people
• Motivate subordinates, providing feedback, advising corrective actions where applicable
• Act as an escalation point of contact
• Be responsible for daily task assignment, managing change, ensuring appropriate split of responsibilities within the team
• Manage team performance, carries out mid-year / year-end assessment reviews
• Ensure robust control framework, remediate any deficiencies in due time
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Mayfield Heights - Ohio, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

The Contracts Manager works cross collaboratively across business units and functions to facilitate the contracting process while aligning with the company’s values of Customer, Pursuit of Excellence, Speed, Integrity and People.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Negotiates and drafts contractual documents such as sales agreements, license agreements, construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements, subcontract agreements and other complex commercial agreements that establish business relationships with customers, subcontractors and partners.

  • Identifies and reviews business, legal, and contractual risks, advises organization on acceptable contractual language and strategy to mitigate the risks, and develops and executes on negotiation plan.

  • Engages with business units, legal and other functions to obtain approval for non-standard contractual positions in accordance with corporate and business unit policies.

  • Demonstrates knowledge to analyze and structure contracts to ensure compliance to company policy, and other relevant, applicable requirements.

  • Collaborates with legal, sourcing, and other functions to draft and maintain contract templates.

  • Trusted Business Advisor.

  • Provides processes and guidance to the sales organization, business units, and functions to ensure contracts satisfy corporate requirements, organizational goals and customer needs.

  • Advises the business units on our contractual rights and remedies throughout the duration of a business relationship.

  • Leads risk assessment and customer negotiations on significant and complex sale proposals to execute a negotiation plan in collaboration with the Business Unit to mitigate risks.

  • Exercises discretionary judgment in selecting appropriate method based upon established policies and procedures to resolve commercial and contractual issues to conclude negotiations and disputes.

  • Develops training materials and training plan to deliver training to meet territorial needs of the business and sales.

  • Shares best practices and lessons learned from on-going and closed negotiations.

  • Leads process improvement efforts to facilitate improved outcomes.

  • Serves as Subject Matter Expert to Contracts & Negotiations team by providing advice and training.

  • Ability to work both independently and as part of team.

  • Develops networks with key contacts outside own area of expertise.

  • Enthusiasm for relationship building and partnership across the organization at all levels.

  • Values working in a team oriented culture and building consensus with stakeholders before making key decisions.

  • Actively pursues personal continuous learning, development of skills and knowledge within field

  • Actively participates in global calls and meetings via phone or in-person.

  • Some travel may be required and conference calls outside normal working hours.

  • Participates in departmental process improvement and project activities.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Brussels
Job Summary
For the right candidate, this role can be positioned remotely within Europe.

As a consulting services leader, you will be primarily responsible for building, leading and growing a consulting services business where you develop new business, lead and deliver large, strategic billable customer engagements and act as strategic advisor to customers. You will partner with our customers to create and deliver on a vision for their connected enterprise to significantly increase our ability to respond to their needs for long term solutions and value creation. Your team will use all Rockwell Automation offerings to help customers build a Connected Enterprise with a primary focus on selling Information Software solutions. Ideally, this person will have significant sales experience in the software industry delivering information services and business solutions with a successful track record of managing total sales in excess of an assigned revenue to work on, with evidence of significant sales growth.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Primary accountability for creating and executing a business strategy to penetrate the appropriate markets in order to meet annual revenue goals.
  • Create demand for services and products with existing and new customers by aligning potential benefits with clients’ unique needs and objectives.
  • Identify opportunities to cross-sell new products and services.
  • Meet individual revenue and billable time goals.
  • Oversee multiple and complex engagements ensuring that project deliverables are completed on a timely and profitable basis.
  • Penetrate strategic accounts at executive level – instigate the “Why change” dialog. Engage with the customer to identify their most critical issues and opportunities that will get them to their own Connected Enterprise.
  • Help customers to improve performance through analysis of existing problems and development of future solutions through a practice of consulting services.
  • Own the process for engagement – have a predetermined process and workflow and templates that make the engagements structured.
  • Follow a specific methodology to engage both the customer and RA individuals.
  • Be able to illustrate the “As Is – To Be” states for the customer with associated cost savings or financial benefits.
  • Utilize current RA reference architectures and ecosystem of partners to deploy post workshop.
  • Possess financial acumen, operational knowledge of manufacturing processes, business metrics.
  • Move from concepts to execution by linking to the WIN process and ways to determine the type of project.
  • Translate the strategic direction and business objectives established by clients into holistic digital, technology, change management and organization strategies – Aligned with RA’s capabilities for solving these needs.
  • Diagnose business processes or organizational problems, and leveraging analytics to determine how our clients can seize new opportunities.
  • Drive a rigorous approach to solving problems in the context of global, economic, technology and social trends.
  • Develop innovative answers to complex Operational business and IT challenges.
  • Modernize and drive costs from complex multi-national OT/ IT infrastructures.
  • Recommend and implement changes, and ensuring a successful transition to what’s new.
  • Build and lead a potential (regional) team.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
• Create accounting schedules for leases in Costar Real Estate Manager
• Ensure all lease schedules are correctly maintained
• Perform journal entry processing
• Initiate corrective action on items not correctly posted/coded
• Reconcile dedicated GL accounts, resolving any unreconciled items
• Monitor dedicated GL accounts to ensure accurate and timely transaction posting, correcting where required
• Build and maintain good working relationships with relevant teams across a wide range of areas throughout the organization
• Ensure proper company policies and documented SOX procedures are being followed
• Perform other related tasks assigned by team leader
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Houston - Texas, Mayfield Heights - Ohio, Milwaukee - Wisconsin, Twinsburg - Ohio
Job Summary

*Remote/virtual option within the US for the right Candidate

Manage the flow of the bill of material from design to implementation and managing communication between multiple resources to ensure BOM accuracy. Responsible for first line problem solving for engineering in support of Operations. Responsible for assisting the engineering department in parts creation and extension requests. Time management is critical. Willingness to learn and expand into Mechanical or Electrical Design.

Functional:

  • Interface between engineering and manufacturing.

  • Track and provide updates to engineering and operations pertaining to status of the parts creation workbook and activities.

  • Request Material Master, BOM, and Change Master in SAP/IFS.

  • Extract and load partial or complete system BOM in IFS.

  • Work with engineering to request parts creation in SAP/IFS.

  • Responsible for the creation of the manufacturing release packages.

  • Provide feedback on the quality of work packages.

Leadership:

  • Drives the material creation and requisition process for the region.

  • Primary interface with engineers and manufacturing for new material creation and procurement.

  • May assist other technicians with material creation as required.

  • Coordinates with other departments as necessary to satisfy project requirements.

Interpersonal:

  • Supports an environment conducive to successful team interaction.

  • Interacts with project management, hardware design, purchasing, and assembly personnel in support of project efforts.

  • Obtains product technical information from other business units of Rockwell Automation as required.

  • Supports an environment conducive to customer satisfaction.

  • Strong aptitude for communicating cross-culturally.

Business:

  • Responsible for meeting project schedule, engineering hour budgets, and customer satisfaction targets for own activities in support of the project team.

  • Responsible for following all applicable corporate, company, governmental and regulatory policies and procedures as appropriate for the position.

  • Responsible for completing and maintaining any required training.


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Prague
Job Summary
The Insider Risk Management Program helps protect the Company’s confidential and sensitive information from anyone with authorized access who might attempt to sabotage systems or products, remove our information or data, or violate security controls. The Insider Risk Analyst will use a variety of techniques and tools to analyze potential indicators for risky actions and quickly grow into investigating instances for potentially harmful activity within the Company’s networks. You must be passionate about the team’s mission, remain calm under pressure, be able to keep an open mind and pivot quickly between activities based on changing priorities. The team operates globally so a willingness to work flexible hours as part of an augmented team including, when necessary, nights, weekends, and holidays is important.
  • Utilizing security technologies and tools, identify suspicious activity in collaboration with managers and Human Resources to determine relative priority based on probable risk.
  • Work with partner teams (Forensics, CSIRT, Ombudsman, etc.) and internal customers to gather preliminary investigative data, assess the validity of the threat, and determine if further investigation and/or action is needed.
  • Apply logic and organizational knowledge during data analysis to determine risk, threat, and possible impact.
  • Think creatively to assess possible intentions and actions, even when presented with limited or fragmented data, and trust instincts to know when to continue or close an investigation.
  • Suggest new techniques for preventing, detecting, and responding to insider risks. Identify, develop & maintain team processes in the playbook.
  • Alternating with team members, contribute to the development of monthly and quarterly leadership reports.
  • Within 6 months, develop into an Analyst/Investigator
    • Interview the employee or contractor if necessary, and use defined insider Risk Program processes for response and recovery activities if necessary.
    • Engage with managers, HR, and other partners to investigate actions that could pose a threat to the Company’s networks, systems and/or data utilizing standard investigative techniques to gather and analyze information, and work with appropriate teams to prove or disprove allegations or suspicions with data.
    • Create a concise communication for both technical and non-technical customers detailing the outcome of the investigation.
    • Work with highly confidential and sensitive information, brief internal customers (Information Security, Human Resources, Legal, etc.) on relevant findings on a need to know basis as determined by the sensitivity of the investigation or as mandated by the business.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Brussels
Job Summary
Role Purpose:
The Talent Advisor – Belgium & Netherlands is seen as expert in recruitment and is responsible for the sourcing and recruitment of candidates for given positions primarily in Belgium and the Netherlands.
The Talent Advisor is the primary contact for hiring managers and candidates and is responsible for a timely and professional hiring of new talents into the company while safeguarding the recruitment process as it is set out within Rockwell Automation.
Direct sourcing skills, strong computer skills (working with several HR IT systems), as well as a focus on customer service are essential for this position.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Collaborate with internal hiring managers and HR Business Partners to create and facilitate recruitment strategy for all open and active requisitions.
  • Perform direct recruiting and sourcing activities by utilizing internet search engines (mostly LinkedIn), recruitment tools, marketing tools.
  • Seek out and utilize data and research to drive recruitment strategy for open positions
  • Source, screen, interview, evaluate/rank and present candidates to move forward in the interview process and be able to quickly differentiate between those who are qualified and those who are unqualified for the position
  • Lead debrief calls with hiring teams for candidate selection
  • Establish regular cadence with hiring managers, Business Units managers and HR Business Partners providing periodic analysis to ensure alignment with business goals and key information such as bottlenecks in process in addition to recommended / alternative solutions.
  • Prepare contracts and other required pre-hire administration
  • Handle necessary follow-up in recruitment tool (e.g. creating offer forms, status changes in system)
  • Manage relationships with third party agencies in given cases
  • Seek out and lead at industry and market events for purpose of networking and recruiting for current and future talent as it relates to your line of business.
  • Engage in networking and relationship management with candidates and prospective talent
  • Identify recruitment training opportunities and knowledge sharing to ensure expertise and knowledge is in alignment with company goals and industry best practice
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

The Senior Financial Analyst II is a direct report to the Manager, Financial Reporting and will work closely with other members of the Corporate Controller’s Group. This position serves as a key advisor to help the company solve global accounting issues, particularly relating to U.S. GAAP accounting and reporting. This position has a high level of visibility to finance leadership, including Treasury, Tax, the Corporate Controller and the senior executive management team, and requires coordination with staff in headquarters, business, regional and functional organizations both inside and outside of the finance organization. The ideal candidate for this position is a results-oriented, bright, resourceful, service-driven finance professional with an exceptional eye for detail, strong written communication skills and a desire to sharpen their technical accounting and reporting skills.


Other important skills include:

  • The ability to proactively manage multiple short and long-range tasks, as well as tight deadlines and time sensitive pressures, and remain even-tempered.

  • Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact with senior leadership, staff, peers, and external service providers.

  • Superior attention to detail.

  • Ability and desire to assume additional responsibility and be a candidate for other roles in the medium-term.

Principal duties:

  • Monthly/quarterly accounting and reporting:

  • Responsibility of the following complex accounting and reporting areas:

  • Global consolidated pension accounting, including cost allocations, cash flow reporting, tax support, and footnote preparation for 10-Q and 10-K filings.

  • Derivatives and hedging.

  • Assist in review of quarterly 10-Q and annual 10-K reports filed with the SEC.

  • Lead quarterly Related Party procedures.

Technical accounting:

  • Provide technical accounting support and analysis for new accounting standards, investments, acquisitions and divestitures.

  • Conduct SEC and FASB research as required.

  • Serve as primary business partner to HR Global Benefits and lead global financial reporting efforts for employee benefits:

  • Preparation and review of our annual U.S. employee benefit plan financial statements: multiple U.S. benefit plans and a master trust (2 require SEC Form 11-K filings).

  • Ensure timely and accurate Form 5500 filings. Coordination and oversight for U.S. GAAP employee benefit financial reporting and accounting matters.

  • Support annual assumption setting process and maintain relationship with third party service providers, including interaction with external actuaries on matters related to both U.S. and global regulations.

  • Provide technical accounting support and analysis for acquisition and divestiture transactions on matters pertaining to employee benefits.

Other:

  • Work closely with external auditors in the quarterly review, annual audit, and Sarbanes Oxley compliance process.

  • Work on special projects as assigned by the CFO, Corporate Controller, or other Senior Corporate Officers.


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Prague
Job Summary
Role Purpose: The Talent Coordinator and HR Services Specialist – CSEE is a dual role which on the one hand assists operationally Talent Advisors and local HR colleagues during recruitment processes and on the other hand also provides transactional and administrative HR support to employees and managers.
While the work scope of this role might involve other countries from the EMEA organization, its primary focus is Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.
This position interacts on a daily basis with managers and employees and is the primary contact at operational level with candidates.
Strong computer skills (working with several HR IT systems), process orientation as well as a focus on customer service are essential for this position.
Key Accountabilities: Talent Coordinator
  • Schedule meetings/screens and technical screens with candidates
  • Prepare contracts and other required pre-hire administration
  • Handle necessary follow-up in recruitment tool (e.g. creating offer forms, status changes in system)
  • Help hiring managers with ad-hoc issues
  • Drive background check process (where applicable)
  • As recruitment support, sometimes conduct screenings of candidates
  • Collect recruitment information and prepare recruitment reports as necessary

HRSC Technician
  • Provide direct support to company employees, managers and other HR groups as part of a centralized function to handle a variety of HR-related support and transactions.
  • Responds to inquiries via online resources and/or telephone
  • Receives and accurately responds to requests and coaches employees concerning HR processes, policies, and programs.
  • Assigns requests from employees to others for additional information or research when appropriate.
  • Collaborates with other HR teams to ensure employee/manager needs are effectively met.
    • Act as subject matter expert on HR processes, to drive continuous improvement and implementation of improvement projects for assigned processes.
  • Complete variety of HR processing and support for HR activities such as maintaining employee information in the HR system, employment verifications documents, benefits administration, etc.
  • Maintain local personnel filing
  • Process other local administration
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Rockwell Automation is doing things never before possible. We help the world work better and people work smarter. And we’re looking for bright minds to make that happen — the makers, the forward thinkers, the problem solvers. That’s where you come in.
We are looking for a passionate, growth-oriented and insight-driven marketing leader capable of overseeing the global commercial, industry marketing and digital customer experience for our entire portfolio at Rockwell Automation.
You will be responsible for building and developing a high-performing team capable of developing a greater strategic understanding of our customers and markets as the business moves from a product-focused sales strategy to a solutions-oriented one. You will reimagine and transform what we do in marketing to truly pull our customers in through a wide range of marketing efforts.
The role reports to the Senior Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing and is located in Milwaukee, WI.

What you’ll do:
  • Define and articulate strategies and what our key capabilities are by industry for our partners, customers and prospects.
  • Leverage the business strategic review process to lead and orchestrate the company industry strategy with internal stakeholders, external sources and customers.
  • Conduct business intelligence activities, including: market intelligence and segmentation, customer insights, VOC, competitive intelligence and customer advisor board management.
  • Determine industry marketing programs, including: developing thought leadership, messaging, demand creation strategies, and sales enablement and customer-focused content to drive sales growth.
  • Develop solutions focused on business value analysis and quantification, gap analysis and input to influence future capability development.
  • Manage and oversee the annual operating and commercial plans.
  • Advance the brand architecture and messaging for our company.
  • Target management and executive personas and influencers to build awareness and credibility for our brands.
  • Provide marketing leadership and support for all M&A activities.
  • Create a customer-centric orientation of the marketing organization.
  • Develop future-ready marketing acumen and skills and talent.
  • Identify and monitor necessary KPIs that help measure the impact of the team in support of key strategic goals and initiatives and report results to senior level management.

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

Administrative:

  • Provide executive administrative assistance to the Vice President of Investor Relations to enhance their effectiveness, and that of the IR team.  

  • Appropriate interpersonal skills required to interact with senior Rockwell Automation management, customers, and partners. This is a very high profile role within Rockwell Automation.

  • Prepare and keep up-to-date investor relations calendar to prioritize multiple requests.  Understand the key business drivers affecting Rockwell Automation and Investor Relations to help prioritize activities. 

  • Answer and direct telephone calls with appropriate phone skills and discretion and provide prompt, customer-oriented service to all callers and visitors. 

  • Arrange travel and be on call to change reservations when necessary.  Coordinate international travel with RA contacts and ensure passports, visas, and other travel documents are up to date and correct.

  • Prepare and submit expense reports in a timely manner.

  • Position may occasionally require extended work hours.

  • Establish and maintain successful working relationships with other associates in Finance and with other functional areas.

  • Must be able to act professionally while dealing with highly sensitive, confidential information.

  • Must be able to balance many priorities/demands effectively, and proactively manage upcoming demands on the executive’s time.

  • Must have a positive outlook during periods of high demand.

  • Maintain the IR website.

  • Contribute to the preparation of quarterly results materials.

  • Other related duties as assigned by the Director and Vice President.

Investor Relations:

  • Act as a key day-to-day point of contact for sell-side analysts and buy-side investors; provide assistance in addressing their questions / information requests.

  • Efficiently add/remove data in CRM system pertaining to investors from database in order to maintain accurate and detailed information on current and prospective investing companies.

  • Coordinate IR conferences and ad hoc meetings/conference calls.

  • Assist in planning of annual investor meeting during Automation Fair.

  • Is comfortable with investment levels and benefits and can develop and maintain relationships with key contacts of investing companies.

  • Assist with preparation of Investor Relations meetings.

  • Prepare quarterly investor relation reports, investor relations website databook.

  • Distribute analyst research reports as needed.

  • Aggregate analyst estimates using Factset and/or other data service.


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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:
Katowice
Job Summary

Develops, implements and/or maintains one or a combination of general accounting systems. Prepares journal entries, maintains and reconciles ledger accounts. Provides record of assets, liabilities and other financial transactions. Performs accounts payable duties. Balances books periodically and prepares profit and loss, income and balance sheet statements. Maintains receipts and disbursement reports.

Complexity

Works on issues of limited scope. Follows established practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained.


Supervision

Normally receives detailed instructions on all work.

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

The Finance Leadership Development Program (FLDP) is a unique two-year rotational program for entry-level professionals, designed to offer participants the opportunity to apply finance and accounting skills in various business areas. In addition, participants receive performance coaching, technical skill enhancement, and leadership development from experienced professionals. The FLDP strives to match the background, skills and interests of participants with current organizational needs.
FLDP participants are expected to complete four six-month rotations across a variety of the following areas:
Financial Planning and Analysis (CP&S, A&S, OES, Central, or Corporate)
Accounting (Financial Shared Services, Controllership, or Internal Audit)
Participants perform in a full-time professional staff position in each rotational assignment. This structure is designed to provide participants with diversified exposure to the corporate and business structure of Rockwell Automation. Additionally, participants are encouraged to participate in and lead cross-functional projects, promoting high levels of responsibility, accountability and visibility within the organization. Participants in the FLDP assume immediate responsibility for critical functions and are identified as potential leaders of change within the organization.
The two-year rotation program includes assignments at Rockwell Automation facilities in Milwaukee, WI, and Cleveland, OH.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
The Rockwell Automation IT Early Career Rotational Program is a fast-paced, early career, two-year rotation program within the Information Technology group. Candidates can be placed within a technology development or leadership development program track based on their interests and skillsets.

If you thrive on being challenged, have a passion for technology, and enjoy working with diverse technical teams this program is for you. You will have the opportunity to create and develop innovative solutions on a collaborative team to deliver value to our business. We are looking for individuals who have a process mindset and are eager to learn. As part of our Early Career Rotational Program, we will accelerate your personal growth and development preparing you for a career within Information Technology.

By participating in this rotational program, you will complete four six-month project assignments designed to build your knowledge of Rockwell Automation products, processes, and technical skills.

Rotation areas could include:
  • IT Information Security & Cyber Security
  • Data Science
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Automation Engineering
  • Application Development
  • Cloud Engineering
  • Network Security
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Tools/Technology Research
  • IT Strategy & Portfolio Management
Associates 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 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:
Katowice
Job Summary
  • Receives and responds to requests concerning HR policies/programs.
  • Provides direct support to company employees, other HR groups and company management as part of a centralized function to handle a variety of HR-related transactions.
  • Appropriately routes requests from employees to others for additional information.
  • May respond to practices inquiries via online resources and/or telephone.
  • Processes various paper and electronic forms related to documenting human resources activities such as new-hire onboarding, change-of-status, performance evaluations, benefits, termination of employment, etc.
  • Inputs employee personal data into human resources information/computer system (HRIS) database and/or documents activities as requested.
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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 Early Career Rotational Development Program or entry level position. This internship provides a wide range of opportunities to work alongside people you can really learn from to solve real-world problems and see real-world results.
The Information Technology Intern may have the opportunity to work on projects in the following areas:

  • IT Information Security & Cyber Security
  • Automation Engineering
  • Cloud Engineering
  • Data Science
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Tools/Technology Research
  • IT Strategy & Portfolio Management

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

As a Summer Intern, 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. You will also participate in various challenges/events over the summer which promotes collaboration amongst your peers. This role provides opportunities for team collaboration, presentations and one on one interaction with stakeholders inside and 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:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Mayfield Heights - Ohio, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary:
Rockwell Automation has multiple internships available in the Finance organization for Summer 2020. Our internship program is one of the key pipelines into the Finance Leadership Development Program.

The internships are accountable for gathering and analyzing issues, performing root cause analysis, identifying trends, and working across functions to resolve financial discrepancies and issues. The intern would also have the opportunity to recommend improvements and alternatives to ensure processes and controls result in timely and accurate financials.
Intern assignments will be in one of the following areas and will be determined before start date:

• Financial Planning and Analysis (CP&S, A&S, OES, GSM or Corporate)
• Headquarters Accounting (Tax, Controllership or Internal Audit)

Interns will be accountable for delivering an end of summer presentation in front of our Finance Leadership team. This gives our Finance Interns the ability to practice their presentation skills and show what they’ve accomplished in their summer internship. There are also other learning and development opportunities in summer internship program.

Potential locations for internships include:
• Milwaukee, WI
• Cleveland, OH

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