In this role, you will develop analysis on labor breakage, cost trending or other various project related financial reports on a regular and/or ad hoc basis and provide recommendations towards management strategy;
The Special Projects Analyst (similar to a Project Analyst, Portfolio Analyst, or Business Analyst) is responsible for supporting the service delivery requirements and strategic needs of Global End User Technology Services (GEUTS), a subfunction of Global Infrastructure Services, within EY's IT Services organization.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for managing a portfolio of Health Insurance Exchange (HIX) submission operational improvements and efficiencies, error remediation and submission business value, savings, ROI, and RA through a formal continuous improvement discipline by analyzing, determining and driving opportunities to standardize, eliminate waste and improve data accuracy and quality.
This role will work with editors to update existing news stories with the latest information Create high visibility pieces of content that provide valuable and necessary information for our audiences around the world.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for working the necessary teams to drive the sizing and timing of the delivery, and finally managing the project as a project commander to completion from final development, testing, and release.
In this role, you will be responsible for functional requirements specifications, process mapping, production and maintenance of documentation, application configuration, and training of end users and administrative users. Travel and on-site presence at customer sites is required.
In this role, the selected candidate will identify the business problem that requires research; identifies sources of information that are relevant to a problem; reviews literature and data related to the research question; summarizes information from data sources.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for managing the New Product Introduction (NPI) programs for rapid development, prototyping and introduction into production; drive Design to Cost (DTC), Design for Manufacturability (DFM) and Design for Testability (DFT) requirements by ensuring early Operations involvement.