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Business Analyst- Allocation

Job Title: Business Analyst- Allocation
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hilversum, North Holland
Salary: €50 - €60 per hour
REF: J6945
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

I am looking for a Business Analyst with Allocation and Merchandising experience to work for a Global Retailer based just outside of Amsterdam. This is to work on the testing and rollout phase of a European Wide Merchandising system roll out.

This business analyst must have experience with allocation, retail and merchandising systems. Ideally the system "just enough" but this is not mandatory. You will work on the testing phase and supporting the business during this period. You will be questioning users, querying whether the system is working and identifying any issues that arise. This Business analyst will also need to have solid communication skills and stakeholder management skills.

Business analyst / business system analyst / merchandising / retail / allocation / retail allocation / justenough / just enough / analysis / stakeholder engagement / stakeholder / gap analysis / testing / testing phase / user experience / retail / amsterdam

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