Business Analyst

So here s perfect: enough years to be knowledgeable and independent, has had an in-house generalist project management role doing end user Business Partner support meaning, not road warrior consultant, who does mega projects/implementations , specifically is FI CO ace and doesn t tap the piggy bank for more than $115k.
Due to growth, we are adding a Business Analyst to our internal SAP IT team for FI CO support. Position is responsible for ongoing support and new project implementation for finance and accounting for our Americas Regional or global Corporate teams. Predominant responsibilities revolve around providing day-to-day support, trouble shooting and resolving incidents as the liaison with technical teams. In addition will be responsible to assess business needs and analyze current business process or requirements in order to design solutions, configure, test and implement changes.
Major responsibilities
Scope, develop, and implement IT/SAP projects on time and within budget.
Analyze impacts, dependencies, constraints and assumptions to evaluate and design solutions, create test plans, to include cost justification and technical compatibility
Provide process documentation
Interface with technical teams and variety of 3rd party vendors
Configuration support
Provide support, investigation, advice and technical solutions to assigned end user groups
Develop, implement and manage plans for product implementations, updates, upgrades or acquisitions. Includes configuration, proper documentation, release notes, end user training, testing and debugging within timelines and budget
Minimum Requirements
Bachelor Degree: IT or related discipline preferred
Min 5 years demonstrated FI/CO project scoping and implementation
Preferred Skills and Industry experience:
Swim lane diagrams, flow charts, Decision Logs, Systems Entity Diagrams, Data Model Diagrams or Project Management tools
Direct finance or accounting experience
Depth related to product costing; a/p, a/r, treasury; profitability
Familiarity with small company, hands-on, fluid, multiple concurrent projects, entrepreneurial environment

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