Oracle Business Analyst

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Oracle Business Analyst

My client are a leading rail and highways company in Warwick and they are currently seeking a Business Analyst on a permanent basis.

Job Description

Oracle Business Analyst

I'd be delighted to hear from you if you have the following skills:

Business Operations Skills:
Oracle - Track record of delivering a successful applications project using Oracle Ebusiness Suite with exposure of Supply Chain, Warehouse Management (WB), Purchase to Pay and Logistics processes.
Technical knowledge and a track record of configuring Ebusiness Suite modules, MSCA, Order Management, Projects, Procurement and Inventory
A computing, technical or business degree or equivalent.
Excellent understanding of business applications and software development process (including traditional and Agile methodologies).
Process Mapping (familiarity with common tools such as Visio or Nimbus).

Typical Deliverables :
To liaise with the business units to deliver application solutions to meet their requirements - in particular using Oracle eBusiness Suite.
To provide support to the business units to enable them to effectively use their applications - which includes the development / deployment of new Business Processes and Application Training / Work Instructions as required to facilitate this.
Team working to consolidate knowledge, requirements and solutions to deliver the best team result.
Analytical and creative ability to develop logical and innovative solutions to complex problems.
Self-motivated and results orientated to see complex problems through to a solution.
Able to relate to end users, business managers, developers, and other team members.
Ability to adapt to new circumstances, work under time pressure, learn quickly and capture requirements rapidly.

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Jonelle Odairi-Foxe