The Business Analyst is responsible for identifying and analysing the SL business needs and when needed translate them to requirements on IT solutions. Close contact with the responsible people within the business is therefore a very important base. Next to this contact you work with structured analysis and documentation of business processes, information flows and IT requirements. In addition to that, you are also expected to develop the business by identifying possibilities that (new) technology may give like IOT, advanced analytics etc. As a key player between business and IT you will analyse and evaluate proposals to process changes. You act as a controller: ask critical questions on business benefit, check if the current solutions are used optimally, make a cost-benefit analysis. You will also be the SL business' spokesperson when it comes to steering and controlling the Parts process & IT road map. You will be working closely with the global organisation within Scania Parts Logistics as well as our IT Providers. As a Business Analyst you will be a key player in our transformation projects. Some travelling is to be expected. It is important to clarify that this role is not about to technically work with IT but to understand how the applications in the portfolio could meet the current and new business needs.
Business Analyst Warehousing
Business Analysts all have their specific area of expertise such as Planning, Warehousing, Finance, etc... However the intention is that a Business Analyst must also be able to develop towards other areas (multi-skill). For this vacancy the focus will be on the warehousing processes within Parts Logistics both within the Global warehouse as in the other warehouses in the network. As part of the team, you will become responsible for dedicated warehouses processes to work on improvements on process level and the existing SAP EWM system. This also includes the involvement in the transformation projects to implement SAP EWM in all Scania Parts Logistics warehouses.
You understand and can handle perspectives of both business and IT. Having a background within the area of Logistics is preferred in this position. Experience with an ERP system such as SAP is also important. You are familiar with concepts such as business modelling and requirements management. You are an expert in identifying, understanding and solving problems and realize opportunities. Good customer-focus, communication and facilitating skills are also very important in this function.
Further information & application
Please send your application letter and CV in English to Ellen Dedroog, HR-Advisor at Scania Parts Logistics in Oudsbergen through the applicationbutton