Resumé / CV

Jörn Vehoff
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Profile Summary

I am a keen value creator with a strong technical background.
With my broad set of skills, I like to combine business and technical aspects of a project. I am often the tech person in a business meeting and the business person in a tech meeting.
My international experience allows me communicate effectively in virtual and distributed teams.


  • Program & Project Management - managing budget, resources and work plans to deliver a high quality work product
  • Building and maintaining international teams in a distributed/remote way of working
  • Effective presentation skills towards a technical audience as well as business/functional stakeholders
  • Transformation Management - including Deployment Planning / Cutover for business-critical applications at global companies
  • IT Service Management - ITIL certified - and IT Governance experience
  • Wide-range of industry experience - retail, communications & high tech, automotive and financial services


ALDI Einkauf GmbH & Co. oHG -
IT Manager
October, 2014 - present / Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

Initially, I was working in the International IT with a focus on the Corporate Responsibility and Tendering systems used by all eight countries.

Lately, my role has switched to support the ongoing transformation with a focus on the supplier lifecycle, product lifecycle and tendering & contracting processes and the underlying systems (cloud and on-premise).

Accenture GmbH -
Manager within Technology Consultanting
May, 2004 - September, 2014 / Düsseldorf, Germany

Since I joined Accenture, I have been working on various engagements in Germany and internationally (esp. USA and Finland). Given my technical background, I especially enjoyed improving my management skills.

I have mostly been involved IT Post-Merger Integration projects, been responsible for the rollout of business-critical applications and had other roles as a Project Manager for Infrastructure.

FatPort Corp. -
Junior Software Developer
April, 2003 - December, 2003 / Vancouver, Canada

I wrote my graduation thesis about IPsec in large dynamic networks at FatPort - Canada's leading Wifi provide - in Vancouver.

Beside my IPsec project I participated in many aspects of FatPort's system development.

Tuxia Pty Ltd -
Software engineer during my practial training
September, 2001 - February, 2002 / Sydney, Australia

It was an integral part of my studies at the University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen in Bocholt, Germany, that the students work for half a year. However, it was my choice to go abroad.

I received a scholarship from the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft e.V. (recommendation letter)

Tuxia in Sydney uses a Linux-only environment to develop software for Internet devices such as settop boxes and thin-clients. I worked on various projects involving Mozilla and Embedded Linux.

Vernum GmbH -
founder and developer
January, 2000 - February, 2004 / Germany

Two friends of mine are in the egg business and we had the idea of starting a marketplace for eggs on the Internet with the ability to trade eggs in different forms of auctions (normal, reverse), we delivered market news and offered a place to exchange information.

As the developer, I used Perl, PHP and mySQL to create a dynamic and flexible system to trade the same product in German, English and Dutch. In a later version, access via mobile phones was also integrated.

We closed the auction in February 2004 due to other priorities.
To see what the site looked like, take a look at these screenshots: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4


University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen, Bocholt Campus, Germany
1999 - 2003
Degree: "Diplom Ingenieur der Informationstechnologie" - Graduate of Information Technology (University of Applied Sciences Degree)

I wrote my graduation thesis at FatPort (see above) about IPsec in large dynamic networks.

During my studies I especially enjoyed that I learned about the software- and also the hardware-aspects of information technology. My lectures included programming in C/C++, electrical engineering, Digitial Signal Processing (DSP), etc., but also lectures about economics, project & quality management, etc.

Apart from the lectures, I was part of the Linux workgroup where we built our own Linux-from-Scratch-systems and the team that organized the annual ComputerCamp. At this event computer enthusiastics camp for one week at the university and work on fascinating projects.

Nepomucenum Grammar School in Coesfeld, Germany
1990 - 1999
Certificate: German "Abitur", university entrance qualification
Advanced courses in Maths and English


English: fluent (written and spoken)
German: native speaker