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Business Analyst - Supply Chain - SAP - Retail

Job Title: Business Analyst - Supply Chain - SAP - Retail
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £70000 - £71000 per annum + car and bonus
Start Date: ASAP
REF: le006
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
Contact Email: lewise@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

The Role

Working as part of a team of Business Analysts you will need strong teamwork capabilities to achieve the project end goals. You must be able to work alongside senior stakeholders to deliver the project to the set requirements.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for this role will be currently working as a Business Analyst for a large retailer and have the ambition to progress within the business. A background within logistics, warehousing and supply chain is essential and retail or manufacturing industry exposure would be desirable. Experience of working with SAP would be an advantage, particularly SAP SCM or SAP APO, but not essential. A confident individual who can communicate well with senior stakeholders is strongly preferred.

Key Skills

  • Experience of Business Analysis (BA) and Business Analyst positions
  • Experience of Supply Chain, Logistics, Warehouse Management or Warehousing
  • Previous roles working in retail, manufacturing, FMCG or CPG industries would be preferred
  • Be able to demonstrate business awareness

Role Responsibilities

  • Describe as-is / to-be models as part of the requirements gathering process ie; process, data, work flow, application
  • Plan, conduct / facilitate business analysis and requirements gathering sessions and ensure production of associated deliverables
  • Understand customers' objectives, processes and products in order to make recommendations
  • Support project manager in building Business Case, including cost / benefit analysis, risk assessment, project scope and development of a high level plan
  • Produce requirement specifications and outline solution design documents throughout the project lifecycle, incorporating change requests and finalization of requirements documentation
  • Analyse and manage requirement risk, traceability matrix and prioritise requirements
  • Perform quality review checks on project deliverables
  • Support development of test plan, testing, implementation and training activities

Business Analyst, Business Analysis, BA, Retail, Supply Chain, Logistics, Warehousing, Warehouse Management, SCM, APO, Requirements Gathering,

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