The Data Analyst has the primary responsibility of data collection, modeling, and reporting of results; during the analysis phase of a project they will qualify the opportunities in the client's business and during the engagement phase they will support the need for ongoing data-driven work to enhance the client's systems and processes.
The Business Process Implementation Analyst will be expected to provide technical assistance in identifying, evaluating and designing solutions that meet business requirements, as well as supporting, maintaining and enhancing existing solutions by using Microsoft Office Desktop tools: Excel, MS Access database and SharePoint 2010
Supporting communications team in developing marketing materials and communications (including PowerPoint presentations, highly-formatted Microsoft Word documents, marketing pieces, web content, annual reports, newsletters, iContact email blasts and client board manual exhibits).
The Oracle EBS Analyst will have experience implementing or / and supporting the Oracle EBS suite, specifically: iProcurement, Purchasing, Inventory, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, General Ledger, Cash Management and Oracle Projects.
The Business analyst/consultant, will play the role of a domain/functional expert and will be the customer facing member of a global IT application development team. S/he will carry out business blueprinting exercises and support the development team to ensure realization of business objective.
Performs facilitation processes to drive out requirements from all levels of business and technical clients using group and collaborative methods in order to ensure that the systems meet the short and long term business goals for the company.
Take request completely through business and technical design: analyze business requirements for large, multifunctional projects; identify causes and implement solutions to business requirements; perform feasibility studies, translating requirements into an appropriate design; create, modify, and test programming code.