The Supply Chain Analyst is responsible for leading Supply Chain projects from concept through implementation and roll-out. Projects are typically medium to large in scope, cross-functional and complex in nature, and are expected to deliver significant benefits in terms of customer satisfaction, productivity and working capital.
The role of the Materials Manager I is to successfully execute the principals of Strategic Supply Chain Management which directly contribute to Hilti’s objectives for sustainable, profitable growth.
This position provides warehousing, transportation, inventory control, people supervision, work load planning, proficiency and usage of Hilti system applications for warehouse operations. The position includes interfacing with sales, customer service, credit, and other areas at corporate headquarters. Assists in the managing & training of distribution staff to achieve company goals in service and distribution.
The role of Digital Business Analyst V is responsible for partnering with business stakeholders to understand business problems and processes, identify potential solutions, and define business requirements for complex digital software projects.
The role of the Sales Sourcer, SaaS is responsible for contacting marketing-qualified leads and setting up product demonstrations for the SaaS Account Executive team. This role will aid in the development of pipeline and territory sales growth by working directly with Hilti’s sales teams, including Outbound Sales Specialist, SaaS, Account Managers (AMs), and Field Engineers (FEs), and using prospecting tools to find new contacts and organizations in their assigned territory.
The Last Mile Product Manager will develop, execute, and manage a solution portfolio for our increasingly complex last mile landscape, supporting shipments from Hilti distribution centers and stores to our customers. This role defines capability building programs, sets pilot scope/timing/objectives, and transitions “pilot” programs to “business as usual” programs, run by the Jobsite Management Team.
The role of Solutions Architect is to provide technical guidance and direction for more than one business applications and technologies within Global Application Software. This position is responsible for designing software solutions that are modular, reliable and extensible, conforming to sound design principles and capable of adapting to change while achieving targets for performance and scalability. The Solutions Architect works closely with various team members to drive operational excellence and deliver products which set Hilti apart from the competition and actively engage our customers.
The role of Technical Product Manager leads the structural engineering expertise and ownership for a set of software products; aligning product development with business value, relevant construction engineering standards, and customer/market needs. This position provides continuous alignment with other software product stakeholders to provide industry and construction engineering expertise – assisting with roadmap priority and articulation of value propositions for software products.
The UX/UI designer defines user experience by exploring possible design directions, creating concept designs and elaborating on detailed UI designs based on business requirements/user stories, user needs, existing UX/UI design system & guidelines, UX best practices and technical constraints. Reviews designs and guides the work of less senior team members, documents UX/UI Standards and expands design system library. Conducts UX Testing with users and performs design implementation acceptance testing.
The role of Quality Assurance (QA) Software Engineer in Test (SEIT) is tasked to develop and execute exploratory and automated tests to ensure product quality; manual testing of software products will also be included. QA SEIT responsibilities include designing and implementing test automation, debugging software code and systems, and defining corrective actions for given requirements. This position will also review system requirements and track quality assurance metrics (e.g. defect densities and open defect counts).
The role of Senior Software Product Manager is responsible for marketing, product lifecycle management, sales initiatives, distribution, and growth of Hilti’s software products. This position is a key contributor to Hilti North America’s (HNA) software application team, as well as the product/trade management team. This position partners with the global and local software project teams, hardware product management, and development teams to deliver world-class applications to the market with a multi-channel approach.
The role of the User Interface Designer, is to create visually appealing designs that allow users to successfully navigate Hilti digital solutions, while maintaining brand integrity. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, translating business and technical requirements into design opportunities, creating mockups, executing prototypes, defining visual style guidelines, and conducting user research.
The TTM project manager is the entrepreneur in Hilti that turns assets (knowledge, people, and equipment) into innovative products to achieve long term differentiation vs competition. Technical understanding, combined with very good people and communication skills are essential to perform this job.
The role of Senior Solutions Architect is responsible for providing strong technical leadership and guidance of solutions for a range of business applications and technologies within Global Application Software, aligning with technical trends to facilitate the development of new, innovative IT solutions at Hilti across multiple areas. This position is responsible for designing software solutions that are modular, reliable and extensible, conforming to sound design principles and capable of adapting to change while achieving targets for performance and scalability.
The role of Quality Assurance (QA) Software Engineer in Test (SEIT) is tasked to develop and execute exploratory and performance tests to ensure product performance; debugging of performance test results of software products will also be included. QA SEIT responsibilities include designing and implementing performance test automation, debugging software code and systems, and defining corrective actions for given performance bench marks. This position will also review system requirements and track quality assurance metrics (e.g. performance metrics, create the performance baseline).
The role of a Material Handler is responsible to provide superior sales support and customer service by working with the distribution team through the receiving, warehousing and order fulfillment functions. Duties include, but are not limited to, support the overall Distribution Center (DC) operations through work flow coordination and training, participate and/or facilitate in organizational “Lean” objectives, and Maintain a high level of functional expertise and demonstrate the ability to train and support small groups, while sustaining global processes. Job Type: Full-Time
The Warehouse Associate is responsible to provide superior sales support and customer service by working with the distribution team through the receiving, warehousing and order fulfillment functions. Duties include, but are not limited to, support the overall Distribution Center (DC) operations through work flow coordination and training, participate in organizational “Lean” objectives, and Maintain a high level of functional expertise and demonstrate the ability to train and support small groups, while sustaining global processes.
The role of Machine Operator is responsible for quality and timely production of orders. This position performs and follows standard production processes to maximize the production of special and standard products to meet customer and inventory planning demand. The Machine operator must adhere to defined quality control standards, perform required quality checks, and advise recommended improvements to increase product quality. Job Type: Full-Time Work Days: Monday- Friday Shift: 1st (6:30am - 3:30pm)
The Product Owner II contributes broad experience and a high level of expertise in requirement gathering and solution design. This role leads and directs activities on project assignments such as requirement definition, requirements analysis, solution design, testing, training, validation and documentation, as well as provide technical expertise and team leadership on major, complex initiatives.