The business analyst will focus on understanding the business operations and process in relation to the financial support area of the US Autoforce Division. They will work closely with the business unit and technology group team to address the tactical day-to-day aspects of discovering, validating, documenting and communicating business-process-related knowledge through modeling, simulating and analyzing current and future states. This will include a heavy focus on mapping and implementing these processes in the businesses new D365 / ERP platform.
- Confers with process owners within the business to analyze current operational procedures, identify areas for improvement, and offer possible solutions.
- Identifies and drives to completion new opportunities for proc.
- Documents user needs, functions required, and steps needed to improve a process.
- Communicates and translates requirements effectively between business process areas and supporting departments (such as the technology organization).
- Reviews technology capabilities and workflows to determine if program or system changes are possible.
- Prepares reports and instruction documentation as required.
- Models, simulates and enhances business process diagrams (for example, using a graphic-oriented business process analysis/modeling tools).
- Assists with the preparation of time and cost estimates for completing projects.
- Prepares ROI analysis. Reviews ROI estimates after implementation to validate solution effectiveness.
- Participates as a member of project teams. Occasionally leads projects.
- Searches internal and external resources for pre-built models, templates and services to meet process needs.
- Performs continuous reviews to align processes (for example, models, goals, expectations) with changing business conditions.
- Maintains and shares process knowledge.
- Shows process stakeholders how to identify and solve process challenges through simulation of different scenarios, analysis of performance metrics and advanced optimization techniques.
Above average analytical skills.
thods (such as LEAN)