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Global SAP Business Intelligence Business Analyst

Job Title: Global SAP Business Intelligence Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: excellent pacakge
REF: SAP.BI.BA._1409591909
Contact Name: Barty Isola
Contact Email: barty@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

My client, a highly recognisable global household brand, is seeking a Global Business Intelligence Senior Analyst to join its team. As the Global BI Analyst you will be responsible for requirements gathering, analysis, design and development of BI applications. As such you will be highly engaging and collaborative with the ability to liaise with a wide range of business stakeholders to forward the BI agenda.

Responsibilities:

  • Design and development of reliable, flexible, scalable and responsive BI solutions which are aligned with the global delivery strategy
  • Close working with various levels of management, BI stakeholders, Business Relationship managers, Business Analysts and Key users to identify and document reporting requirements
  • Creation of Functional analysis and functional specifications
  • define and own BI regular and ad-hoc BI reporting
  • develop of new reporting scenarios (data loads and queries)
  • develop custom dashboards and reports for nominated business owners
  • Work with BI Architect, SAP Technical Architect, BI team and other IS functional teams on solution designs, business warehouse strategy and end-to-end testing
  • Provide user training and documentation
  • Assist with complex production issues
  • Assist the Global BI Delivery Lead in the development of the report design and development procedures
  • Develop expertise required to deliver exception BI for the specialist functional area, (e.g SAP business warehouse, SAP strategic enterprise management, SAP NetWeaver BI solution)
  • Business Objects & other reporting tools appropriate for the applications & BI requirement

Key Skills;

  • High quality analytical skills
  • Strong communicator (verbal and written); ability to talk to different disciplines of stakeholders at all levels of the organization
  • Highly adaptable, strong prioritization and ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Thorough understanding of one or more key functional areas supported by the SSC
  • Experience in delivering business intelligence solutions through BI toolsets
  • Extensive experience of data warehouse, BI reporting, analytics and dashboards
  • Proven track record in delivering BI projects through all phases (requirements gathering, data/process modelling, design through testing, training, deployment and support)
  • Understanding of business process development methodologies
  • Extensive experience of SAP BI/BW (BO is desirable)
  • Understanding of the key data and BI architectures
  • Experience of SD/Order to cash aspects of BI
  • Experience in SAP development full lifecycle projects
  • Appreciation of the role of BI in supporting business objectives
  • Proven track record in designing, developing and implementing SAP BI solutions and ideally BO
  • Excellent data modelling and reporting skills
  • Influencing and negotiation skills and ability to work with wide range of stakeholders
  • Leadership of projects and team management
  • Strong understanding of principles of data modelling and solutions architecture

A highly competitive package is on the table for the right candidate.

If this opportunity is of interest please contact Barty Isola on 02070140230 or email barty@montash.com

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