At INNOCOM, we believe in empowering our people and making sure they get the right chances and opportunities at the right time. We’re convinced that people should have the space to develop and grow their talents. We do this in several ways:
In the end, it’s you who will be the pilot in command. We’ll provide you with great support, tools and so on to help you navigate in the best way possible. We expect you to have a natural tendency to speak your mind, a desire to go the extra mile, a hunger for knowledge and the drive to create the best possible outcome in challenging situations.
The INNOCOM DNA
Our colleagues will tell you all about it!
We’re not born experts, we all need to grow into one. Mike, who started as a junior, got the right support and challenging projects to grow and thrive. If you’ve got the brains and the right spirit and attitude, there is a place for you at the INNOCOM table.
Christophe started at INNOCOM as technical architect and grew into a true Enterprise Architect. At INNOCOM you can contribute in several ways and practice full-on intrapreneurship. “We’re all a bit CEO of INNOCOM” is what he’ll tell you and he is right.
Bart knows what it takes to earn a senior advisory role at C-level with a customer. It’s not about telling them what to do, but about discovering the right way forward, making the right decisions together and being a true leader of a digital or another type of transformation.
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We’re currently growing fast and looking to reinforce INNOCOM and our branch for education and research, INNOCOM Institute with a hands-on Digital Marketeer. His/her mission and passion: to manage and grow the INNOCOM brand to a premium status by leveraging a content-centric and data-driven approach. In a nutshell: creative ideas, developing, organising, planning and following up on a range of projects in the field of marketing and employer branding!Read more
First of all: the INNOCOM Associate in Enterprise Architecture is keen on learning and developing new skills to become a Professional in (Enterprise) Architecture. The INNOCOM Associate in EA will team up with other INNOCOM senior architects, learn from their skills and talents and advise business and senior IT stakeholders to develop the future (IT) landscape to meet future business strategies, objectives and requirements.Read more
The role of an INNOCOM ESA is helping our clients translate and implement their security strategy. This is done by developing and maintaining a security strategy plan and roadmap that enables the client to develop and implement security solutions and capabilities that are clearly aligned with business strategy and technology.Read more
The INNOCOM Solution Architect is an architecture professional with strong knowledge and interest of/in Technology Architecture (Infrastructure, Application, Integration and/or Data) and understanding of Business and Enterprise Architecture. He/she provides a bridge between specific business problems and issues and the solutions which are needed to support them. Hence, he/she outlines solution architecture descriptions across domains, functions and industries; and then monitors and governs their implementation.Read more
The INNOCOM Digital Transformation Manager assists our clients with the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how our clients operate and deliver value to its customers. They help our clients use technology, people and processes to fundamentally change the performance of the organisation. Our transformation managers are not only assisting in business transformation, but also in cultural transformation. Challenging the status quo is hereby crucial.Read more
Transformation projects need good leaders, so INNOCOM is looking for experienced Agile Leaders that can fire up and anchor the agile mindset and implement supporting agile frameworks (Scrum, Scrum of Scrums, Nexus, SAFe, Spotify, etc.) at our clients’ organisations.Read more
Our Enterprise Architects are objective, trusted partners at senior management level (CxO) and programme leaders. They help determine where to invest to maximise results that align with strategic goals (trade-offs), define cost-effective mid- and long-term roadmaps (moving from as-is to to-be), spot opportunities and reduce risk levels through early risk detection by creating transparency and taking a holistic view of the organisation and market trends.Read more