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NEDBIB-L February 2001

Subject:

Vacatures bij de beste werkgever in de automatiseringsbranche (In termediair 1 februari 2001)

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"Zijl, Jan Jaap (Jan Jaap)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Zijl, Jan Jaap (Jan Jaap)

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Allen,
Volgens Intermediar is Lucent Technologies is de beste werkgever in de
automatiseringsbranche. Op twee staat Atos Origin, op drie IBM. Nummers vier
en vijf zijn Libertel en Ericsson. Dit blijkt uit het Intermediair Beste
Werkgevers Onderzoek. Lees het artikel "De 25 beste werkgevers in de IT :
Lucent klopt ze nu allemaal" op www.intermediair.nl
Gaarne wijs ik jullie op twee vacatures bij Lucent Technologies welke met
het onderzoeken, analyseren, redigeren, organiseren en presenteren van
informatie van doen hebben, in de brede zin van het woord.
Meer informatie over Lucent Technologies op:
www.lucent.com
www.lucent.nl

Aarzel niet om bij vragen contact met mij op te nemen, bij voorkeur via
email ([log in to unmask]).

Met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Jaap Zijl

        Lucent Technologies
        Jan Jaap Zijl
        Legal Information Manager EMEA
        Larenseweg 50           [log in to unmask]
> 1221 CN  Hilversum            +31-35-687 1336 voice
> The Netherlands               +31-35-687 5806 fax
>
Welcome to the Frontline
Lucent Technologies is a leading player in the telecommunications market.
Lucent Technologies develops, builds and delivers a wide range of public and
private networks, communication systems and software, consumer and business
telephone systems and micro-electronics. With these market offerings our
130,000 employees in more than 90 countries generate a turnover in excess of
34 billion dollars, making us one of the largest companies in the world. The
renowned R&D centre Bell Labs is the engine driving the innovation and
development of new products.

1. Business Management Information Analyst
Place in the Business Unit:
The charter of the Program Management Platform group in EMEA is to
continuously improve the level of professionalism of our projects, thereby
improving the success of Lucent Technologies in the execution of our
projects. In this we are tightly connected to Global PM and external
organizations such as the Program Management Institute.

The department's core activities are:
The Program Management Platform groups responsibility is to provide the EMEA
project managers with Tools & Processes, as well as with the ability to
improve the skills. It works closely with the projects and the Global
Project Management Platform.
Creation, maintenance and deployment of Program Management Platform
Target Incentive Plan
Support of Operations Review

Tasks and responsibilities:
Conduct Regular Project Progress Analysis
Fulfill information Requests from EMEA Senior Management, PM VPs, PU, Sales,
EMEA Operations
Participate in further development of Wall Chart
Perform tool administration tasks, e.g. adding new users, identifying and
resolving problems, etc
Participate in integration and development of interfaces with other tools
Conduct Wall Chart training for users
Liaise with Wall Chart Development Group
Liaise/lead international Wall Chart use

Non-supervisory function.
Full time job
Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands

Additional Comments / Remarks:
EU-citizens only or work permit required by candidate

Educational Requirements:
Bachelors/Masters degree

Specialized Knowledge Required:
Good understanding of Lucent Business and Project Management;
Management Information skills, i.e. good working knowledge of Excel, Access,
Business Objects, Oracle
Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills
Performance Monitoring/Management Information experience
High level of motivation, ability to work independently with minimum or no
supervision
Financial reporting experience will be a bonus

Languages:
Fluent in English

Number of years Work Experience: 3
Character Traits:
Negotiating
Problem analysis
Written communication
Planning and organization
Initiative
Ref: 201064
For more information please contact: Anne Marijke Geuzebroek
[log in to unmask]  <<...OLE_Obj...>>

2. Customer Information Developer

Place in the Business Unit:
Customer Training and Information Products Department

The department's core activities are:
Developing information products for internal and external customers.
Delivering training on Lucent products to internal and external products

Tasks and responsibilities:
The assignment is to develop information products to support Lucent's
exploding Optical Network Group business. The information products include
pre-sales technical planning guides, highly technical product manuals, and
course material used to train customers how to deploy and maintain Lucent's
leading edge optical networking systems. The information products are
delivered to customers as paper manuals, software-imbedded information, CD
ROMs, and web-based multi-media. We are driving hard on task-based user
documentation, using standard processes, standard tools, and standard
document architectures around the world.

In addition to teaming with colleagues in Hilversum who are developing
information products for Lucent's switching and wireless businesses, we team
heavily with colleagues in Nurnberg, Germany, Merrimack Valley,
Massachusetts, and Holmdel, New Jersey, USA, and Shanghai, China, who work
with us on optical networking products.

We also train customers on deploying and maintaining optical networking
systems. As instructors we deliver training in Hilversum, and also
frequently suitcase training across Europe, especially in London and Paris.
For the right candidate, we have positions available in either information
development, training delivery/instructor, or a combination of the two.  All
of our documentation and training is done in English, then translated for
use around the world, so proficiency in English is a must.

Those who have done well as Customer Information Developers and found
satisfaction in the job tend to be highly technical, but also very
interested in how information is communicated, and how people learn. There
is opportunity for a career of growth as an Information Developer,
continuing to grow technically while also helping us drive towards new
methods and techniques in information development and delivery (SGML,
multimedia, computer based training). Also, many have found Information
Developer a great step towards a career in marketing, product management, or
customer technical support.

Non-supervisory function.
Full time job
Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands

Additional Comments / Remarks:
EU-citizens only or work permit required by candidate

Educational Requirements:
HBO or University. Preferred specialization: Telecommunications,
Electrotechniek, Computer Science (Informatica)

Languages:
Fluent in English
Character Traits:
Oral Communication
Listening
Performance motivation
Oral presentation
Customer orientation
Ref: 200146
For more information please contact: Leanne Kuys [log in to unmask]

Important: This e-mail is intended for the above named person only and may
be confidential, proprietary and/or legally privileged. If this has come to
you in error, you must take no action based on it, nor must you copy or show
it to anyone. Please contact the sender and delete the material from any
computer. Thank you.

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