Business System Analyst

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Start date: ASAP
Salary period: Annual
SalaryAdditional: Based on experience
Offering their employees an excellent benefit package and providing a high quality work environment to promote growth and innovation throughout the organization. Ranked on Crain's Fast Fifty in 2012, our client, an established and successful manufacturing company, is looking for an experienced Business System Analyst to work with stakeholders and both internal and external customers to analyze information and business needs in order to deliver application development teams with technical/functional requirements. Qualified candidates MUST have experience working with SAP and BPC.
Conduct prototypes, data and function mapping, set configuration tables and control/transaction tables and develop functional specifications Review, analyze and evaluate business systems, processes and user needs Complete functional analysis, requirements definition and other systems testing/configuration Provide project leadership for various projects and system implementations and upgrades¬ Collaborate with developers and SMEs¬ to create the technical vision and analyze compromises between performance needs and usability
Bachelor's Degree 5+ years of business system analysis experience At least 3 years of application development experience and experience working with SAP and BPC Experience working as a liaison between business units, technology teams and support teams Project Lead/Management experience Financial Industry experience is strongly preferred
If you are interested in this job opportunity, contact TeamBradley today to learn more!
Resumes without the required technical skills and experience will not be considered.¬ Although a strong desire for a certain type of position is a credit to your goal, experience is necessary.¬ Our client is not considering sponsorship at this time and is not open to relocation expenses.¬
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