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Business Architect / Process Management Architect (f/m/d)

  • Vollzeit
  • ab 3.591,87 € monatlich
  • Berufserfahrung
  • Bergheim
  • vor 5 Tagen veröffentlicht
  • Über das Unternehmen
  • 10000+ Mitarbeiter*innen
  • Bergheim

At PALFINGER, we have been lifting people and goods to a new level for over 90 years - with a pioneering and passionate spirit. As a global technology and engineering company, we are the world's leading manufacturer and supplier of innovative crane and lifting solutions. Our success is based on the tireless efforts of our approximately 12,700 employees, who contribute their ideas and energy to our vision. With us, you can expect a dynamic working environment full of opportunities for personal and professional development. Become part of our team and start your career at PALFINGER.

Business Architect / Process Management Architect (f/m/d)

To strengthen our team in Bergheim (Salzburg), we are looking for a Business Architect/Process Management Architect (f/m/d). Do you want to actively shape the future of our process landscape? You are keen to support rising our process management to the next level? Then join our enterprise architecture team as Business Architect with focus on process management!

As a Business Architect with a focus on process management, you will need to collaborate with multiple stakeholders to understand business and process needs. Drive the development and implementation of solutions that optimize processes and working closely with multidisciplinary teams to analyze and present data for strategic decision-making. Drive operational efficiency and enhance overall business performance through your expertise in a supporting role.

In this role you will help to develop and enforce our process management guidelines in collaboration with our Process & Data Organization including other divisions within the PALFINGER Global Organization. If you possess an affinity for processes, like to interact with experts from various fields of expertise and you love to think in a holistic way and keep an eye on the big picture while having a strong hands-on mentality, this is just the job you are looking for!

Your Responsibilities

Analysis and Development of Process Architectures:

  • Actively contribute to building Enterprise Architecture, emphasizing the Business Layer.
  • Evaluate and analyze existing process architectures in SAP Signavio.
  • Identify optimization potentials and propose improvement suggestions.

Design and Modeling of Business Processes:

  • Provide active, advisory support to the Process & Data Organization in defining business processes.
  • Conduct additional quality checks on process documentation according to architecture and defined BPMN modelling methodology.

Process Optimization:

  • Support the development and implementation of measures for process optimization.
  • Participation in the strategic advancement of process management.

Coordination with Stakeholders:

  • Collaborate closely with various departments to understand business processes and ensure alignment.
  • Ensure processes align with organizational goals.

Quality Assurance:

  • Ensure adherence to quality standards in business processes.
  • Implement measures for continuous improvement.


  • Ensure maintenance and updating of process documentation.
  • Ensure availability of current process information for all relevant stakeholders.

Technology Integration:

  • Evaluate technologies and tools to support process architecture.
  • Integrate process information into other corporate applications.

Your Qualifications

What makes you stand out:

  • Your willingness to learn because nobody is perfect and there is always something new to learn.
  • Your readiness to provide and ability to receive open feedback.
  • Strong hands-on mentality and interconnected thinking (Breaking up silos!!).

Education and Study:

  • Completed degree in Business Informatics, Business Administration, or equivalent qualification preferred but not required.
  • Additional certifications in process management (e.g., Lean Six Sigma) are advantageous but not mandatory.
  • Additional certifications in Enterprise Architecture (e.g., TOGAF) are advantageous but not mandatory.


  • Professional experience in Enterprise Architecture is desirable but not mandatory.
  • Demonstrable experience in business process management and optimization.
  • Experience in the use of process modeling tools.
  • Experience in the application or administration of SAP Signavio is desirable but not mandatory.

Analytical Skills:

  • Essential cross-functional thinking, especially across different processes.
  • Knowledge of analytical tools and methods.

Communication Skills:

  • Good communication skills for coordination with various departments and stakeholders.
  • Ability to convey complex business process concepts in an understandable manner.

Process Management Knowledge:

  • In-depth knowledge of process management and optimization.
  • Understanding of best practices and trends in process architecture.

Project Management:

  • Experience in project management, especially in the context of process optimization projects.


  • Ability to collaborate effectively in interdisciplinary teams.
  • Willingness for continuous learning and adaptation to new methods in process architecture.

What we offer

  • Life balance through flexible working hours and freedom to organize your work
  • Performance-related compensation
  • Career and personal development opportunities (optional: in an international company)
  • Voluntary social benefits through our company's health management program PALfit
  • Job ticket

Minimum yearly gross salary according to Austrian metal industry collective agreement is EUR 50.286,18 based on full-time employment. According to experience and qualification, we offer a market-conform overpayment. Are you interested in the position and still have questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Über den Job
ab 3.591,87 € monatlich
vor 5 Tagen veröffentlicht
Über das Unternehmen
10000+ Mitarbeiter*innen