Would you like to work in an innovative, dynamic and fast-changing environment? And are you capable of convincing people and translating business processes into practical ICT solutions? Do you also have ample experience with ERP, supply chain and production processes? Then you’re the Business Analyst we’d like to meet!
In the first years as a Business Analyst your activities will mainly be focused on ERP. In addition, you will be concerned with non-engineering processes, while also functioning as a sparring partner and backup for colleagues concentrating on engineering processes.
Your activities will include:
• Performing a bridging function between business and ICT for both new and existing applications and processes
• Reviewing and analysing the efficacy and efficiency of existing systems/processes/organisations and developing strategies for further improvement
• Providing management and decision-makers with impact analysis and tactical and strategic advice
• Applying change management skills which will result in an accepted and popular transition to adapted and sometimes completely re-designed business processes
• Monitoring trends and recent business and systems technologies and functioning as knowledge base for the company’s business and IT strategy
You should have completed a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Information Management or similar. You should also have a minimum of 10 years’ work experience, 5 of which should be in a similar role. In addition you are expected to have a thorough understanding of ERP applications, supply chain and production processes (Lean/Six Sigma, purchasing, MRP, work preparation, logistics and inventory management) and change management. Finally, international experience within an industrial production environment or in the maritime/offshore sector is a must, as is a good command of Dutch and English.
• Salary in accordance with the salary house
• Bonus arrangement with a maximum of 2,5 months
• Flexible working hours
• 24 holiday days and 5 ADV days
• 8% holiday allowance
• Salary including overtime
• Travelling cost compensation
• Collective health insurance
• Collective pension scheme with 4% own contribution
• Informal work climate
• Good career development opportunities