Who are we and what are we looking for?
We are the “Design & System Architecture” department within TOMRA, an international, market leading technology organization. We are a mixed group of designers and architects, all with great passion for our domain.
TOMRA has a broad portfolio of hardware and software products, which are sold and rolled out to established and new markets all over the world. In addition, TOMRA is in growth so new products and solutions are in the pipeline.
We are now looking for a passionate industrial designer to join our team. The main responsibilities will be developing and maintaining the visual identity of TOMRA’s reverse vending products in line with our brand positioning and portfolio strategy. In addition, you will contribute to continuously improving the user experience, user journeys and the graphical user interaction interfaces.
What are our main tasks and responsibilities?
Our team have tasks and responsibilities that spans from high level strategy to detailed operational tasks, from understanding user, market and business opportunities and needs to deep technical knowledge and expertise. Tasks and responsibilities vary from person to person and will vary over time. We develop and own the as-is and target state design frameworks and guide the transition towards this goal through active participation in delivery projects, direct customer and product deliveries and other transformational initiatives. We discuss design and implementation choices with the developers, product owners. commercial product managers and design engineers. We specify the solution to meet the business and end-user requirements and provide guidance to achieve a successful implementation.
A key part of the job is to own the aesthetical and functional design of reverse vending machines in our portfolio, including developing, owning, and maintaining the overall TOMRA Reverse Vending Design Strategy and Guidelines. You will work closely with the Commercial Product Managers and the Design Engineers. You will be part of product development projects where design play a key role. In new development projects, you must ensure that thorough cross-discipline assessments (mechanics, optics, electronics and software) are made throughout the design process to get the best possible functional solutions for users (customers, store- and service personnel). You also follow up detailed construction work of exterior parts in development projects to ensure the visual and operational intentions in the conceptual design is realized.
Who are you?
You are passionate about design and user experience. You know 3D mechanical CAD systems. You are interested in sustainable product design and accessibility.
You see the importance of understanding the business and the value design brings to it.
You are trustworthy and self-driven. You can take lead and make things happen.
You ask questions, challenge, and have an open dialogue. You have excellent communication skills in English and Norwegian.
You are open-minded and constructive.
- Professional challenges within a growing, market-leading technology company
- A meaningful workplace, reducing plastic waste globally
- A Great Place to Work: TOMRA was recently named the fifth best place to work in Norway in 2018. This is the third consecutive time TOMRA has ranked in the top 10 for Great Place to Work
- Excellent facilities with modern gym, free parking, and healthy and varied lunch
- Convenient location in Asker – close to Oslo, Drammen and Sandvika
- Good opportunities for professional development and competence building
For further information, please contact Kristian Lennertzen, partner in Capus, phone: +47 916 16 073 or Kristian Rizi, Research Analyst in Capus, phone: +47 958 12 625. Please use the URL “Søk her” to apply for this position.
Application deadline: Tuesday 12th of January.
TOMRA was founded on an innovation in 1972 that began with design, manufacturing and sale of reverse vending machines (RVMs) for automated collection of used beverage containers. Today TOMRA has ~90,000 installations in over 80 markets worldwide and had total revenues of ~9.3 billion NOK in 2019. The Group employs ~4.500 globally and is publicly listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. (OSE: TOM) The TOMRA Group continues to innovate and provide cutting-edge solutions for optimal resource productivity within two main business areas: Collection Solutions (reverse vending, material recovery) and Sorting Solutions (recycling, mining and food sorting).
Only 2-4% of the beverage containers consumed worldwide are collected for close loop recycling. TOMRA has a tremendous opportunity to ensure that we keep even more bottles and cans out of our oceans, landfills and streets. TOMRA Collection Solutions state-of-the-art technology reduces material contamination and downcycling, and enables people to track the positive impact of their recycling efforts- empowering more people to get involved in creating a “clean loop” movement in the growing circular economy. Join our team at the headquarter in Asker to create a more sustainable future. For further information about TOMRA, please see www.tomra.com