Everything that involves companies’ digital shift interests you ? You are fascinated by artificial intelligence? Challenges related to the automatization of day-to-day tasks motivate you? Those are only some of the spheres that the companies of the Puissance Onze group offer you.
Simply think of the rise of self-driving vehicles, of automation that takes a bigger and bigger place in the prevention of house damages, of online prevention programs for health or of management of insurance claims through smartphones to understand that great technological challenges are expected in the field of insurance. You think that you’re the one who will help us take them on ? We want you with us !
The business intelligence analyst or advisor advises, analyzes, documents, solidifies and integrates the informational needs and ensures the quality of management information in conformity with the governing in management information. He provides expert support to users of business intelligence.
According to the group’s improvement priorities, the advisor participates in multiple improvement mandates of management frameworks (Lean Management) and to optimization projects of business processes.
The operational performance advisor proposes procedures focusing on the realization of measurable premiums to improve the performance based on fixed objectives.
The business analyst contributes to the efficiency of IT projects management via the analysis of business needs as well as the proposition of adapted and optimized technological solutions modelling.
The project control analyst contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by realizing driven verification or validation tests on computing software and Web applications.
The IT systems and infrastructures operations technician participates in the establishment and following of solutional action plans or tools relatively to his field of expertise. He carries out analyses and defines the specific needs in relation with quality control with the organization’s units, and supports his unit’s professionals in the realization of diverse specialized activities or mandates.
The IT support technician offers first-class technical support for computing or technological incidents reported by the users or for online service demands. He proposes, as much as he can, the appropriate solutions or corrections or conveys the demands or incidents to another intervenor when necessary.
The telephone and call center consultant collects, collates and analyzes the information linked to computing or technological incidents reported by users or to service demands in a context of constant improvement. He participates in the development, evolution and optimization of the work processes, procedures and methods of his unit.
The IT security advisor advises in matters of management and event resolution of technological security. He ensures the maximal utilization of the security application and the surveillance tools, and oversees its evolution. He represents the unit in group work or committees by advising them in different projects.
The IT security developer conceives, maintains and broadcasts the normative security and technological conformity framework. He periodically establishes, maintains and revises the security and security conformity program. He acts as a partner for IT clients in order to identify their needs and promote technological security and conformity. Finally, he ensures the centralized processing of all of the clients’ demands in terms of technological security and security services offers.
The programmer contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational security by analyzing, conceiving and updating the programming algorithms for computing and Web application software, in conformity with the organization’s needs.
The system administrator handles diverse responsibilities linked to the management of computing production. He participates notably in the planning of production work of medium complexity, in the control and surveillance of their executions and ensures the handling of incidents according to operative processes and norms.
The database administrator contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by conceiving, administrating, maintaining and updating the database servers.
The network administrator contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by conceiving, administrating, maintaining and updating the local or extended computing networks, in conformity with the organization’s needs.
The systems operations consultant is responsible for the coordination and tracking of the establishment of deployment strategies in the computing environment. He also provides advisory support in the evaluation of diverse deployment scenarios. He is in charge of elaborating an integrated perspective of diverse solutions for the intervention team managers in order to optimize the activity planning.
The IT support analyst contributes to the computing efficiency by establishing solutions to offer computing support to users.
The organic analyst develops applications or configures software packages. He is responsible for the development or correction of medium or high complexity issues. Occasionally, he analyzes the needs of a project to identify the required changes to the systems. He can technically validate his colleagues’ deliverables.
The quality assurance advisor contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by performing verification or driven validation tests on computer software and Web applications.
The Scrum Master accompanies the Scrum team in the establishment and use of the Agile approach. This is an innovative approach that involves the participation of experts from various fields. The Scrum Master is the guardian protector of the Agile philosophy and the inherent reference frameworks.
The Scrum Master oversees the initiating, planning and implementation of assigned projects within the team, while protecting it from any external disruptions. In collaboration with the application delivering agent, he handles the backlog, the iterations and the project activities according to the budget, the schedule and the required quality to answer the client’s demands. He coordinates and facilitates the daily caucus, the planning and the Scrum team’s feedback and retrospect.
The systems development and maintenance analyst ensures the management and assembling of technological components and supports the development teams in the realization of their activities.
The major incident management advisor realizes and maintains processes aimed at identifying and diminishing operational risks linked to the continuity of activities and at facing potential events while allowing a diligent intervention.
The IT systems and infrastructure operations advisor takes on an advisory role in terms of the exploitation of the technological infrastructure. He elaborates, updates and establishes the tracking of technological environment solutions to answer the diverse users’ demands.
The programmer analyst contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by conceiving and updating the programming algorithms of computing software and Web applications, in conformity with the organization’s needs.
The database advisor is in charge of data structures development projects for major database environments. He ensures the optimal use of databases and the evolution of norms according to the best practices.
The IT project manager contributes to the leading of material, temporal and human resources in the framework of IT projects in order to reach the fixed objectives within the timeframe and budget.
The functional analyst codes, tests, documents and prepares the establishment of technological components generally of a simple nature from specific business needs or of precise functional specifications. He also participates in production support and in user support.
The systems management analyst ensures the quality of parameters in order to guarantee the continuity of operations, at the production level of mutual societies as well as at the development and trying levels for the developers.
The IT architecture analyst contributes to the computing efficiency by analyzing, conceiving and updating the programming algorithms (computing software, Web applications) and the architecture of computing tools (software, network, database, etc.).
The office platform analyst is responsible for the integration of the technological evolution master plan for the company’s various workpositions.
The architecture solution advisor contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by analyzing, conceiving and updating the architectural diagram of computing tools (software, networks, database, etc.) in coherence with the structure and the current and future needs of the organization.
The developer analyst participates in the company’s different development projects in which he realizes the programming of processing by following the norms and fabrication methods of software components established by the board, writes software specifications and ensures the system’s reliability.
He works in close collaboration with his coworkers as well as with the business lines teams.
The IT project coordinator contributes to the leading of material, temporal and human resources in the framework of IT projects to reach the fixed objectives within the imposed timeframe and budget.
The project control analyst is responsible for the reaching of general objectives linked to the management of financial accounts and accounting systems via the production of accounting reports, financial risks analysis, the planification and reviewing of budgetary processes or fiscal practices optimization.
The IT architect contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by analyzing, conceiving and updating the architectural diagram of computing tools (software, networks, databases, etc.) in coherence with the structure and current and future needs of the organization.
The business architect contributes to the computing efficiency of organizational activities by analyzing, conceiving and updating the architectural diagram of computing tools (software, networks, databases, etc.) in coherence with the structure and current and future needs of the organization.
The telecommunication analyst acts as a contact person with telephone operators and carries out the budgetary tracking.
The computer designer contributes to the analysis of the users’ needs, the preparation of terms of service, modelling and the creation of computing solutions.