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Manager Business Analysis

Operations

Manager Business Analysis

Scorpius, Hoofdorp

What's in it for you?

  • Competitive package
  • Employee Performance Bonus
  • Working in faced-paced & continuously changing environment, Healthy lunch at a reduced rates , Nearby Hoofddorp station

What is required?

  • People management skills
  • Analytical
  • Effective communication skills

Why Interxion?

  • The opportunity to make an impact
  • Highly collaborative teams that build relationships with world-class customers
  • A high-performing international business at the heart of the digital economy

Your role
The Manager Business Analysis is managing a team of 10 to 12 (Senior) Business Analysts (in NL & UK) and is accountable for the Consistency, Quality and Alignment of all the Business Processes within & between the company’s Centres of Excellence (CoE). Next to managing the team, the Manager Business Analysis is expected to continuously improve and optimize the BA practices and standards of the team, while also perform the role as an individual Senior Business Analyst in various projects. The BA team will collaborate with Business & Development Leads, Product Marketing, Process owners & practitioners as well as the development teams to translate business objectives into requirements and confirm that (new) business application systems can be developed and / or enabled to meet business needs. Due to the globalized nature of Interxion’s customer base, consistent and standardized customer experiences becomes increasingly important together with the goal to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and scalability of Interxion’s workforce. Therefore, it is imperative that the Manager Business Analysis has required End to End process experience within the Business Process arena. The Manager Business Analysis is reporting directly to the Director Project Office
 

What you’ll need

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Business Administration or related discipline from an accredited institution;
  • At least 8+ years’ experience in a Senior Business Analyst Role in a Project based environment;
  • Experience working closely with IT Development teams (working with both remote / off-site and on-Site teams);
  • Familiar with financial considerations, business cases etc.;
  • Experience in building strong and efficient teams with an eye for the group dynamics;
  • Good Planning & Organization skills, exemplary Analytical Skills;
  • Good communication skills, independent worker, self-starter;
  • Fluent written and spoken English is essential. Any other European language is an advantage;
  • willing to travel regularly, mainly within Europe.
     

Project Office at Interxion
We’re at the heart of everything that happens in Interxion. As the business continues to grow and change at a rapid pace, our Business Analysts and Project Managers work together to deliver the projects that support this growth. This could involve anything from improving business processes in finance or introducing automation in our customer service centre, to planning a new office or data centre. It’s challenging, varied and exciting work that exposes us to every area of the business.
 

About us

At the heart of the global digital economy, we provide fast, secure connections that enable businesses to thrive and people to access online services. In March 2020, Interxion combined with Digital Realty and we are now proud to be known as Interxion: A Digital Realty company in Europe. As part of Digital Realty, customers now have access to over 280 data centres in 24 countries across six continents. To learn more about Digital Realty

click here.
 

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A glimpse at your workspace

Your future colleagues

“I value the relationship I have with my superiors – there’s a mutual respect on both sides.”

Roland S.
Senior Facility Engineer, Austria

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The best thing about working here is the communication with my team. For every problem you encounter, you have at least one or two colleagues that will help you to solve it or improve a procedure.

We know our work is crucial for the company so we treat every task with respect, but we also really like to laugh and make jokes. A busy working day is easier to conquer with a smile on your face.

Almost every employee has their own parking space. If we don’t want to use our parking spot, we can give it back and get subsidised public transport costs instead. There are two supermarkets nearby and a canteen. If you’re not in a rush and can extend your lunch break, there are some really good restaurants and Viennese inns near us.

In my five years here, I’ve never had a day where I had to force myself to go to work, and that’s quite an accomplishment for a company these days. I value the relationship I have with my superiors – there’s a mutual respect on both sides and that’s one of the most important things for me.

Roland started as a Facility Shift Engineer. He is now an Operator, and was the first person to take on this role.

Roland S.
Senior Facility Engineer, Austria

“Senior managers have always showed their appreciation for our hard work.”

Ashley de V.
Data Centre Technician

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One of the first things I noticed when I started here was how friendly and welcoming everyone was. Senior managers have always showed their appreciation for our hard work, which makes me want to put that extra effort into everything I do.

The office space is great for the size of our team, with a big kitchen area which is great for getting together with everyone for lunch or fika, as you do in Sweden. The best facilities we have in the building are the gym, sauna and swimming pool, which I take advantage of in my free time.

Being part of the 24/7 Customer Support team, we have a few shared workspace areas and hot desks which we use when we move from one side of the building to the other when responding to jobs, which helps a lot. 

It is very social and collaborative. Every Friday everyone sits down for breakfast together and has a catch up, which is a nice way to get to know everyone.

Ashley is a Data Centre Technician and part of the 24/7 Customer Support team. He worked in the UK before transferring to Sweden.
 

Ashley de V.
Data Centre Technician

“My hobby is also my job, and I always enjoy going to work.”

Daniel P.
Service Operations Engineer, Sweden

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I take care of the infrastructure in the data centres, the cooling, backup power and ventilation. I like the job because it’s very interesting and I learn about new equipment and how to control technical devices. I’ve found myself in a position where my hobby is also my job, and I always enjoy going to work.

I usually start by planning the day to make sure that both booked appointments and maintenance are taken care of. Then I usually go out on site to meet up with the contractors and my colleagues to perform our daily tasks.

Most of the challenges I face are when I’m planning for jobs I’ve never done before. It’s challenging to work out the small details, the method, how long it will take, which contractors to use and how to fit things together.

It’s a great place to work for people who want to keep developing in their area. We have a very good induction programme for new employees, which states that we should always continue learning.

Daniel is a Service Operations Engineer in Sweden.
 

Daniel P.
Service Operations Engineer, Sweden

“I am inspired to give the job my all.”

Heinrich H.
Manager Operations. Belgium

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Every day there is a new challenge or a surprise. There is always an unplanned element and if I make a schedule for the day, there is a big chance that the day will look different. It’s very dynamic but I like the challenge of organising and managing it with my team. It makes my job fun.

The office is in an industrial area just outside a town and there are many nice restaurants nearby. There are bus stops right around the corner, the airport is 10 minutes’ drive away, and there are connections by trains and a car park on the premises.

Every employee should attend the ICM once so they understand what a great company we work for. I loved seeing how people interact with each other and how open the culture is. There was a very good vibe.

There is an international Manager Operations community and we come together three or four times a year to share ideas and problems. There is a lot of support from headquarters. The overall attitude is very positive and open-minded, I’m inspired to give the job my all.

Heinrich is a Manager Operations in Belgium.
 

Heinrich H.
Manager Operations. Belgium

“Everyone’s attitude and commitment to improving is what makes us successful and I enjoy being a part of that.”

Mark B.
Technical Project Manager, Ireland

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The office environment is very welcoming, with a good atmosphere and team spirit. It’s very easy to settle in as a new employee. We have excellent facilities, with a kitchen, showers, TV and complimentary snacks. The business park is very nice with lots of space, nature and a lake with wildlife, which is great for a walk or run at lunchtime. There’s plenty of parking on site with a perimeter fence and 24/7 security, or you can get a bus or cycle here.

Anything you need to do your job effectively will generally be accommodated. Management’s doors are always open, which is a great support and an important part of the culture. There are opportunities to gain valuable experience and progress your career both at a local and company wide level, with most roles offering the chance to travel at some point.

I am passionate about doing things the right way and I enjoy leading a project from start to finish. I find collaborating and listening to people’s opinions very beneficial, so I involve other members of the team where I can to create a more rounded solution. I also enjoy deep-diving into the more technical aspects and understanding why things work the way they do. Working here allows for that variation.

The fast-paced, ever changing environment is a challenge, but everyone’s attitude and commitment to improving is what makes us successful and I enjoy being a part of that.

Mark started as an intern as part of his master’s degree. He returned after graduating as a Project Engineer and has since been promoted to Technical Project Manager in Ireland.
 

Mark B.
Technical Project Manager, Ireland

“What do I like most about my job? The high degree of personal responsibility and the freedom I have.”

Umair M
Facility Engineer and Team Leader, Germany

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I am one of three team leaders in my facility department in Frankfurt and have been part of Interxion for almost two years. I started as a facility engineer and, within only a short time, I was promoted to team leader for the campus in Frankfurt’s Weismüllerstraße.

What I appreciate most here is the high level of personal responsibility and the freedom I have in my job. This allows us to be quite flexible in our activities. Working in our data centers constantly presents us with new challenges, which we can master thanks to our ongoing training. The management is available and responsive, always ready to listen, especially when we need support in decision-making in a critical situation.

The combination of a perfect team and a perfect working environment gives me the motivation to make Interxion even better every day. Thanks to flexible working hours, our employees come to work in a relaxed manner. The office culture is very team-oriented, and we treat each other less like colleagues and more like friends. At the beginning of the year, we get together for a kick-off meeting where we get to know the other departments and our colleagues, take part in workshops together and compete as a team in the annual company run. And: many of us have also become friends.

Umair is a Facility Engineer and Team Leader at Interxion Germany 
 

Umair M
Facility Engineer and Team Leader, Germany

Application process

1
Application

We will carefully review your application against the requirements of the position. If we have any questions, we will be in touch.

2
Interview(s)

If your profile matches what we’re looking for, we will conduct a telephone screening and/or invite you for an interview. For certain positions, there will be more than one face to face interview, an opportunity for us to get to know you further and for you to learn more about us.

3
Assessment

For most positions, there are role specific assessments that we ask you to complete. These help us identify behavioural styles relevent to the workplace and your ability to make excellent and thoughtful decisions.

4
Welcome to the team!

If we are both keen to move forward, you’re hired! From the moment you sign your contract, you will be part of our team. Your onboarding journey will ensure you get all the information you need to be successful in your role at Interxion.

Want to know more about this position?

Get in touch with:

Daphne Koning-Olde Dubbelink

Daphne Koning-Olde Dubbelink

Recruiter

+31 6 21674329

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