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MDM System Analyst in New York, NY

Helen of Troy

New York, NY 10001
and 2 other locations
7w ago
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specialty:

System & Network Administration, Database Administration

experience:

5 - 7 years

Job Description

We have an immediate opening for an MDM System Analyst. This position can be based out of our El Paso, TX, Marlborough, MA or New York, NY location. Make an impact with outstanding products from world-class brands including our 7 leadership brands: OXO®, Hydro Flask®, Vicks®, Braun®, Honeywell®, PUR®, Hot Tools®.

What contribution will I make to Helen of Troy?

As the MDM System Analyst, you will be responsible for articulating solutions to stakeholders as this role involves discussions at various levels with client business users. You will also be responsible for gap analysis of functional flows, provide solution design, perform demo for the Gaps solution from standard solution sets as well customized solutions. You will independently solution business requirements and recommend industry best practices. You will lead cross functional discussions to analyze the requirements and brainstorm the solutions. This role will id

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Valid through: 2020-2-21

About Helen of Troy

In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy (Greek ????? Heléne, pronounced [helén??]), also known as Helen of Sparta, or simply Helen, was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, and was a sister of Castor, Pollux, and Clytemnestra. In Greek myths, she was considered the most beautiful woman in the world. By marriage she was Queen of Laconia, a province within Homeric Greece, the wife of King Menelaus. Her abduction by Paris, Prince of Troy, brought about the Trojan War. Elements of her putative biography come from classical authors such as Aristophanes, Cicero, Euripides and Homer (both The Iliad and The Odyssey). In her youth she was abducted by Theseus. A competition between her suitors for her hand in marriage sees Menelaus emerge victorious. An oath sworn beforehand by all the suitors (known as the Oath of Tyndareus) requires them to provide military assistance in the case of her abduction; this oath culminates in the Trojan War. When she marries Menelaus she is still very young; whether her subsequent involvement with Paris is an abduction or a seduction is ambiguous. The legends recounting Helens fate in Troy are contradictory. Homer depicts her as a wistful, even a sorrowful, figure, coming to regret her choice and wishing to be reunited with Menelaus. Other accounts have a treacherous Helen who simulates Bacchic rites and rejoices in the carnage. Ultimately, Paris was killed in action, and in Homers account Helen was reunited with Menelaus, though other versions of the legend recount her ascending to Olympus instead. A cult associated with her developed in Hellenistic Laconia, both at Sparta and elsewhere; at Therapne she shared a shrine with Menelaus. She was also worshiped in Attica, and on Rhodes.
Total Jobs:
22
Total Experts:
1
Average Pay:
$118,571
Total value of jobs:
$2,490,000
% Masters:
34%

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