Location – St. Louis

skills and responsibilities:


as a Business Analyst in the Local GLOBE Organization (LGO) supporting the
Transportation Stream.

responsible for the support of the Transportation Planning and Management
solution within SAP ECC 6.0, and its integration with the JDA (i2)
Transportation Management software.


Business Process Analysis Resolve
Support issues including both with NPPC (Nestle Purina PetCare) business
leaders and GLOBE support personnel, including off_hours (on_call). Localize
business processes to meet the needs of NPPC. Author
functional specifications for developments Model
recommended Business Processes in SAP Prepare
formal communications to business leaders, including Sr. Management Facilitate
stakeholder meetings Coordinate
Small Projects

Skills: BS/BA degree. 5 (Plus) years experience with SAP ECC 6.0
(Transportation, Sales and Distribution, Dock and Yard, Materials Management,
or Warehouse Management) modules, and their configurations.

of the Transportation and Supply Chain processes. Experience
with JDA Software Group Transportation Management software and its interfaces
with SAP ECC 6.0 are desired, but not required. This
application was previously owned by i2 Technologies. SAP
certification in any Supply Chain Module is desired. Certification
at the Professional level preferred. Strong
coordination skills Strong
interpersonal and communication skills (including command of the English
language both verbal and written in a business setting.) Strong
skills in requirements gathering, system design documentation, and writing
functional specifications. Ability
to learn and apply concepts quickly. Strong
troubleshooting skills Experience
with SAP TM is not required, but would be a plus. Off_hour Support (i.e. on_call) Work
in the St. Louis office 5 days a week. Collaboration
/ team player Follow up / results orientationThe
Material Handling Business Analyst will work in both operational/support
environments and some project_based developments. In
an operational/Support environment, the Business Analyst is the key resource
troubleshooting, diagnosing and solving production issues. The
Business Analyst adheres to established methodologies and processes for
operational support. He/she
provides the in_depth knowledge of functionality and configuration of the
applications. In
a project setting, the Business Analyst is responsible for understanding
business needs and designing, configuring and testing solutions to meet those
needs. The
Business Analyst is a key resource with business experience in relevant
processes and applications. He/she
works with the other project team members to translate business requirements
into solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals. In
both environments, the Business Analyst is expected to understand and enforce
established quality standards, enterprise architecture standards and compliance
controls. The
Business Analyst is capable of in_depth analysis of existing solutions (or
legacy applications).

Responsibilities: 55 % _ 1st Level support
Ability to work with the CSU (Central Super User team) in troubleshooting
the plant and Corporate support issues. 25 % _ Perform the majority of the
testing tasks for the Material Handling stream for upcoming developments and
troubleshooting problems. This would
include a monthly IA (Import all cycle).5 %
_ Create / Submit / Interpret Material Handling configuration from the
plant operations and make recommendation (would be a definite plus) 15 % _ Analyze the 3rd party interfacing and EDI

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