Business Analyst EBP Enterprise Manufacturing & Quality Raleigh Durham Area

Main Responsibilities:
Performs requirements definition and systems analysis.
Develops technical specifications and configuration guidelines
Executes project plans in accordance with Software Development Life Cycle.
Manages the Change Management and Problem Management practices for the function.
Assists in the development of requisite systems plans and technology architectures.
Supports the relevant standards and methodologies.
Design, Configure, test and implement solutions related to the following SAP Modules:
Production (PP) and Production for Process Industry (PP-PI)
Quality Management (QM)
Environment, Health & Safety (EHS)
Integration with SFC applications (e.g. MES, SCADA, Pre-weigh systems)
Ensures configuration and development of the above modules is realized within the manufacturer guidelines to ensure supportability of the product.
Ensure the usage of IT Best Practices.
Develops and maintains appropriate documentation.
Maintains state of the art knowledge and skills in the assigned domain and researches and evaluates new-age systems solutions.
Four-year college degree in Computer Science, Business, or related fields. Experience and/or other training will be considered in lieu of a degree.
8+ years of experience in SAP PP, PP-PI, QM & EHS configuration, combining both project and support functions in large consumer product companies.
Detailed understanding of the above module integration with others such as: planning, material management, procurement, (extended) warehouse management, product costing.
ABAP general understanding.
Experience in global consumer goods organizations.
Excellent communications (written and oral) and be able to work with the end user to support them in the use of the system and any enhancements.
Ability to operate in a matrixed, global environment.
A high sense urgency.
High level of intelligence, solid quantitative and analytical skills, and good business judgment.

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