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  • Job reference: RMS0144381

Technical Analyst - ETS - 26616

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Gaydon
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 05/08/2014
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The Company:
Our Client is a world leading Automotive OEM which is responsible for some of the most iconic 4x4's & Sports Cars produced. Due to the huge demand for current models and substantial investment in future projects there is a requirement for more resources across the business in engineering & manufacturing on a contract basis.

The Role:
Ownership of departmental processes including: Identify and analyse core business process requirements Recognise opportunities for Process Improvement Responsible for design and implementation of process improvement Providing Process improvement initiatives Review and update existing processes as required Documentation and communication of existing, updated and new processes and workflows Develop new workflows for new and existing processes Support all aspects of process workflow maintenance & queries Design Plan and manage business processes Identify specific future change requirements

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Analytical & problem solving abilities Excellent knowledge of MS office applications (Word Excel, Power point) Good communication skills Good organisational and resource management skills Good understanding of process methodology
Experience developing instructional and procedural documentation and presentations Experience with process workflow management in large organisations
Training relevant to business and administration

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Understanding of the relationship between the operational requirements of a business, corporate strategy and customer satisfaction. Ability to recognise opportunities for process improvement Strong business/client engagement skills
Experience of managing process workflows or working with client processes desirable.
Degree preferred but not essential.

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