IT Manager Pipeline (entry level/experienced level professional)

Offer published on 2024-04-17
Location :
GREENVILLE, SC, United States of America
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IT Manager Pipeline (entry level/experienced level professional)

Michelin is hiring!

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Michelin is hiring! We are looking for an IS Manager to join our company in a pipeline mission and be a key player in our IT team.


This is a development role to train an incumbent thus that they can be deployed to a production site when the need arises. At the end of the pipeline period (timing varies) the incumbent must be prepared to be deployed to any of the US production sites.

This is a development role to train an incumbent thus that they can be deployed to a production site when the need arises. At the end of the pipeline period (timing varies) the incumbent must be prepared to be deployed at any of the US production sites.

The RIS pipeline position was created to prepare the incumbent for an assignment in IS management at a US production site. The role is required to handle the availability and performance of IT functions within a site (server, network, end-user devices, applications, software, telephony, computer room, etc.) to ensure required service levels are met. In addition, the role manages and optimizes local IT resources (people and technology) and is responsible for the implementation of information systems and the corresponding measures required regarding security for an industrial site.

Our headquarters is in Greenville, SC, conveniently located within driving distance to east coast beaches, the Blue Ridge Mountains and large cities like Atlanta and Charlotte. The mild climate, charming downtown, and impressive culinary scene are just a few of the perks of living here. You will be based in Greenville to train and build your network to then be deployed to one of our multiple manufacturing facilities.

What you'll do

Activities while in Pipeline Position:

  • Mentor under ISRM; Learn IT including processes, operational model, Infrastructure, and Applications
  • Participate in IT incident resolution sessions involving the appropriate IT resources whenever necessary
  • Join, help and learn about the RIS Functional Managers Network
  • Rotate on call duties with operations team (GOSM)
  • Shadow at sites with various RIS managers to learn the industrial plant environment

Activities when in RIS Position:

  • Ensure materials, software and IT services of the manufacturing site are in accordance with the technical standards and of security of the Group and are managed according to the IT processes
  • Ensure inventory of hardware and software is up to date
  • Ensure maintenance of equipment, software and business applications is defined and applied (including security patching)
  • Execution of the FGSR and AGSR (Group Security Rules) including the delivery of Cyber Security solutions
  • Participate in IT incident resolution sessions as an active member of the RIS network
  • Escalate to the ISRM or appropriate management of an issue or potential issue
  • Look and propose ways to improve and optimize the IT operations at the site. Understand impacts of IT roadmap for the site
  • Ensure the IT functions allocated are aligned with local business requirements and with the global IT strategy
  • Coach and guide the development of the local IT teams (site and OSS)
  • Provide training, support, advice and guidance to local plant personnel
  • The services to the users of the site are supplied in the respect of service contracts

What you'll bring

A diverse set of technical skills in a variety of IT topics to support an industrial plant

Good organizational and communication skills with ability to work with the central IT team

Must have the ability to foster teamwork and build trust within Manufacturing and IT teams

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer/Information Systems or related technical field required.

At least 3 years of IT related experience is required.

Knowledge of server and network (LAN/Wi-Fi) technologies is preferred.

Proficiency in Microsoft applications such as Excel, PowerPoint and M365.

Must be mobile. Requires travel of up to 25% of the time to support and learn the RIS network.



Inspire Motion for Life: Apply Today!

As the leading mobility company, we work with tires, around tires and beyond tires to enable Motion for Life. Dedicated to enhancing our clients’ mobility and sustainability, Michelin designs and distributes the most suitable tires, services and solutions for our customers’ needs. Michelin provides digital services, maps and guides to help enrich trips and travels and make them unique experiences. Bringing our expertise to new markets, we invest in high-technology materials, 3D printing and hydrogen, to serve a wide a variety of industries—from aerospace to biotech. Headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, Michelin North America has approximately 23,000 employees and operates 34 production facilities in the United States and Canada.

MICHELIN® tires have been ranked the #1 Tire Brand across major categories and segments by industry experts and consumers alike. For nearly three decades we’ve been recognized for our achievements in Customer Satisfaction, Performance, Durability, Technology and Innovation.

Michelin cares for the personal and professional development of its employees. We support career advancement through various options, which include: skill and career development, training, career exploration and work with cross-functional teams. We offer the possibility of a varied and fulfilling career path in an environment where unique contributions are valued.

Michelin offers 10 Business Resource Groups (BRGs) which are all-inclusive groups created and led by employees who have shared life experiences across various diversity dimensions. Each group supports business strategies and initiatives along with meeting the needs of members. The goal of each group is to help employees feel welcome and included, support employee engagement and encourage professional development. BRGs also provide cross-cultural support, career management resources and opportunities for community involvement.

Michelin provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit-based factors. Consistent with these obligations, Michelin also provides reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants with disabilities and for sincerely held religious beliefs. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a disability, please contact us at

This position is not available for immigration sponsorship.

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