The Business Analyst is part of the European Planning & Engineering team and will lead Customs Clearance related projects bridging the gap between IT and the business using BMP flows and the SAFe work patterns to assess processes, determine requirements and deliver data-driven recommendations and reports to executives and stakeholders.
We believe that our strengths come from our differences, and we actively invest in recruiting and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve.
The responsibilities of the Business Analyst (BA):
Recommend, lead and execute business analysis plans for new and existing projects
Produce complex business process model flows (BPM flows) and translate those into business requirements
Produce entity relationship diagram based on business requirements and specifications
Evaluate business requests and needs against the strategy
Recognize and recommend opportunities for innovations
Take ownership of initiatives and work independently to successful conclusion
Maintain close partnerships with collaborating departments e.g. IT, Operations and Regulatory.
Engage with all levels of business stakeholders to identify business needs
The profile: The ideal Business Analyst has very strong analytical (numeric & strategic) and process thinking capabilities and has the following profile:
Experience as a Business Analyst in an International Business environment.
Preferably: Business school/University level education, in business-administration (MBA), business-engineering, master's in information technology or business analytics, or similar
Preferably: Business Analyst certificate, or willing to study to obtain this
Very good analytical skills. Understand user needs and translate them into business requirements / flows
Experience in designing and documenting business/system process flows
Affinity with systems and technology
Excellent interpersonal & negotiation skills with the ability to interact effectively throughout various functional groups and hierarchical levels
Willingness to travel frequently (30% or more) to various FedEx locations in Europe
Ability to lead internal cross-functional teams to fast-cycle strategic developments
Previous exposure to Customs Clearance is an advantage
Affinity with the Express Transportation industry
Diversity & Inclusion is more than the workplace. It's the cultures we celebrate, the dreams we inspire, and creating a global community where everyone is accepted. At FedEx, diversity and inclusion happens because we do it together.
Posting Date: 31-August-2022
Closing Date: 10-September-2022
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