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Interim Supply Chain Business Analyst

Interim Supply Chain Business Analyst

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Procurement, Supply Chain

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £375 - £425 per day

  • Contact:

    Jim bellicoso

  • Contact email:

    jim.bellicoso@1st-executive.com

  • Salary high:

    425

  • Salary low:

    375

  • Job ref:

    10987-1001_1515617635

  • Published:

    11 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-02-09

  • Consultant:

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1st Executive are retained by a global FTSE100 Oil&Gas Supermajor, who are seeking an experienced procurement/supply chain business analyst to join their existing upstream organisation. You will be responsible for the deployment of the material processes and forms across existing operating functions, regions and global teams.

Job Description:

  • Responsible for deployment of the Material Mastering Processes and forms across Operating Functions, Regions and Global Teams
  • Support pre and post go-live activities for procurement/supply chain and end users in material data delivery as means to build capability to manage day to day activities.
  • Co-ordinate and drive materials data sustain activities working closely with Line stakeholders, Material Co-ordinators and global services across operating functions.
  • Provide comprehensive training, coaching and train-the-trainer activities to global BPO, data teams and end-users as required on material master processes and standards.
  • Prepares process training materials and documentation as required.
  • Conduct data testing following upgrades and enhancements.
  • Act as a direct liaison between the Global procurement/supply chain data team to all operating functions for material master.
  • Resolve business queries and provide 'helpdesk'-type support relating to Material Data Management.
  • Support and enable procurement Operating Management System requirements for Upstream procurement Information and Data Management. Drive continuous improvement that supports the vision to move the maturity of the data quality framework from foundational to differentiating in 3-5 years.
  • Coordinate and deliver any material data improvement initiatives in the Region. Focus on identifying opportunities for catalog quality improvement and optimisation
  • Regularly review and report the material duplicates, obsolescence and generic material masters usage to ensure the processes are being used and duplicates and obsolescence are addressed on a proactive basis
  • Provide necessary coaching and training to end users to ensure the Right first time metric is meeting the set targets
  • Develop and help to drive the regional performance improvement of global data metrics. Regularly report and communicate the regional data health and process performance to key Regional stakeholders
  • Support pre and post go-live activities for procurement and end users in material data delivery as means to build capability to manage day to day activities.
  • Coordinate and drive Materials data sustain activities working closely with Line stakeholders, Material Coordinators and global services across existing functions.
  • Provide comprehensive training, coaching and train-the-trainer activities as required on material master processes and standards.
  • Prepares process training materials and documentation as required.
  • Conduct data testing following upgrades and enhancements.
  • Resolve business queries and provide 'helpdesk'-type support relating to Material Data Management.
  • Coordinate and deliver any material data improvement initiatives in the Region. Focus on identifying opportunities for catalog quality improvement and optimisation
  • Regularly review and report the material duplicates, obsolescence and generic material masters usage to ensure the processes are being used and duplicates and obsolescence are addressed on a proactive basis
  • Provide necessary coaching and training to end users to ensure the Right first time metric is meeting the set targets
  • Develop and help to drive the regional performance improvement of global data metrics. Regularly report and communicate the regional data health and process performance to key Regional stakeholders

Required Experience:

  • Considerable experience in Master Data Management especially Material data.
  • Strong experience in SAP-MDM and tools such as Excel, Access, etc.
  • Self-Starter (someone who requires very little supervision).
  • Minimum of three years experiences within procurement and supply chain.
  • Good understanding of systems such as SAP, Ariba OneSource, and other procurement systems and tools.
  • Experience with Data Dictionaries and how this relates to overall data and process management.
  • Working knowledge of Contracting, Price books and Vendor
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and collaborate with individuals across multiple disciplines, cultures and geographies, across organizational boundaries and levels within the company and suppliers.
  • Excellent communication and documentation skills.

Desirable Criteria:

  • University degree in MIS, Engineering, Procurement, technical, other business discipline or equivalent business experience.
  • Professional procurement qualification (MCIPS) or equivalent.
  • Working knowledge of OMS elements 4.3 and 6.7
  • Experience with SAP SRM and Maximo / SAP PM.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Basic application of core procurement and supply chain competencies.