Information Technology at Nestlé is a multicultural and diverse team of IT professionals driving the biggest IT operations landscape and digital transformation of the CPG, or Fast-Moving Consumer Goods, industry. We enable Nestlé to engage with millions of consumers using a product-driven approach with leading technologies and solutions. Innovating through machine learning, advanced analytics and automation, we are driving industry 4.0 opportunities in areas like supply chain and manufacturing. To join our team, we’re looking for people who are curious, courageous, innovative, collaborative and passionate about solving complex problems using new technologies. Together, we make IT possible.
As a Senior Business Analyst, you will serve as a liaison between the IS/IT & Business Consumers and Customers. As part of the Product Team, you’ll bring deep understanding of the opportunities and issues facing the Technical and Production function and provide advisement on the best Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) solutions.
Additionally, you’ll translate business strategies, opportunities, threats and needs into IS/IT product requirements, and play a key role within the product team to specify, test and deploy those as IS/IT solutions. This role will require traveling up to 50% of the time. IT at Nestlé is able to consider work/telework for this position.
Support factory mapping for implementation of Digital Manufacturing Operations (DMO) projects, with focus on process integration; Configure DMO modules
Identify opportunities for improvement such as gaps in existing functionality, troubleshooting process automation and driving the development/implementation process
Train super users and end users on DMO functionalities, and create Documented training materials for the product area
Analyze, document and test program development, logic, process flows and specifications
Support the analysis and resolution of solution issues as part of the third level sustainment
Design business scenarios and use cases for the product mix, including product introduction, specification and the change management required to maximize its adoption/value
Work with IS/IT Product Managers to define the minimum viable product (MVP) that satisfies the business need
Secure feedback that the MVPs defined will provide the desired value (MVP taste-testing)
Basic Qualifications (Minimums)
High School diploma or GED equivalent is required
5+ years of experience in Operations, Operations Technology (OT) or Engineering Technology (ET) is required
Extensive knowledge of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), preferably AVEVA Wonderware is required
Bachelor's degree in IT or Engineering is preferred
Experience with MS SQL Server is preferred
Experience working with SAP is preferred
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