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Associate Director, Operational Technology Lead - 12 month FTC, Pan EU

Bruxelles (Anderlecht), Belgique; Sofia, Bulgarie; , Allemagne; Paris, France; Reykjavik, Islande; Skårer, Norvège; Lisbonne, Portugal; Madrid, Espagne; Barcelone, Espagne; Stockholm, Suède; Rotterdam, Pays-Bas; Uxbridge, Royaume-Uni Supply chain, Industriel & Technique 09/07/2024 96009

Associate Director, Supply Chain Operational Technology Lead - 12 month FTC

Job purpose:
•    Define the OT Software Strategy to ensure that CCEP will be able to accomplish its One Supply Chain Strategy. The role will support the sites to be capable of maintaining and developing our OT environment as a best of breed in our sector and the same time compliant, safe and simple to maintain.
•    Manage and support the development, implementation and optimisation of software solutions within our Operational Technology environment.
•    Lead Operational Technology (OT) Cyber Security and contribute to the development of the future state of OT Cyber across CCEP, defining the OT cybersecurity strategy in line with the security policies and compliance requirements.

•    Maternity cover role until end of August 2025 and can be based across Europe


What will be expected of you:
•    Develop and guide the implementation of OT software strategy, defining the CCEP tools for the future aligned with CCEP One Supply Chain Strategy.
•    Support and guarantee that the standards and procedures defined within CCEP are followed through to delivery and on-going operation and ensure that they are cost effective, legally compliant, safe and effectively managed.
•    Provide technical guidance and support to all stakeholders internally and externally to deploy  all OT projects, evaluating plans, identifying solutions and assisting with project implementation in a cost effective and timely manner.
•    Design, implement and improve robust cybersecurity measures and procedures for our operational technology systems and create a cybersecurity culture within the CS&SC team.
•    Monitor and assess vulnerabilities and associated risks and when needed develop and implement the remediation strategies for the entire CCEP and make sure they are in line with CCEP master plans and cost effective.
•    Implement a culture of continuous improvement, regularly assessing the performance of operational technology software and cybersecurity measures and identifying opportunities for optimization.
•    Guarantee that the Operational Technology projects are completed on budget, quality and time following CCEP’s project management procedures.
•    Manage and mentor a team of high performing professionals, fostering an internal and external collaborative and innovative work environment.
•    Ability to communicate complex technical information in a concise, clear and understandable manner to ensure stakeholder involvement
•    Be able to influence and network with stakeholder (internal & external) effectively at all levels to gain understanding and engagement for chosen strategies, approaches and issues
•    Develop the technical expertise of responsible engineers at production facilities through documentation and structured training opportunities.

Skills and Experience:

Qualifications required

•    Bachelor's degree in a relevant field.
•    Fluent knowledge of English language.

Experience required
•    Proven experience of more than 10 years in similar roles and with expertise in Operational Technology. 
•    Background in industrial automation, software development, and a proven track record of successfully implementing technology solutions in an operational setting.
•    Leadership and project management experience in transformational initiatives.
•    Strong background in industrial cybersecurity, risk management, and a deep understanding of the unique challenges associated with securing operational technology environments.

Technical skills required
•    Strong understanding of Operational Technology solutions and trends, and compliance for OT security
•    Knowledge and practical experience of industrial network systems.
•    Experience of working with Cyber related tooling, polices and processes.

Behavioural competencies
•    Strong Time Management and Project Management skills, with the ability to oversee multiple initiatives simultaneously and able to switch between keeping an overview and diving into details, able to prioritize under strict deadlines.
•    Analytical skill, strongly strategic and conceptual thinking, communicative and cooperative working method.
•    A problem solver and decision maker who strives for continuous improvement.
•    Self-motivated and driven to hit targets and deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills able to form strong working relationships.
•    Effective influencing and communication skills: able to communicate and collaborate on all levels

Please apply with a copy of your CV in English.

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) is a major fast-moving consumer goods business and the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. With a dedicated team of 33,200 people, serving customers in 29 countries, we make, sell and distribute the world’s most loved drinks brands to more than 600 million people, including Coca-Cola®, Fanta®, Powerade®, Glaceau Vitaminwater®, Monster® and Capri-Sun®. And we want a workforce as diverse as our products – with a culture that fosters belonging and inclusivity. One that enables everyone to be themselves, whatever their background or experience. From gender, age and ethnicity to sexual orientation and different abilities, we welcome people from all walks of life and empower unique perspectives. We recognize we’ve got some way to go, but we’ll get there with the support of our people. It’s them who drive our future growth.

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