Cargill Infraestructure Business Analyst in Wichita, Kansas
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Job Purpose and Impact
The Infrastructure Business Analyst will lead efforts through influence that will enable change in an organizational context through the creation of the definition of the business needs and the creation of solution recommendations that deliver value to stakeholders. In this role, you will use advanced knowledge of the tasks and techniques that are used to perform complex business analysis such as solution evaluation, strategy analysis, elicitation and collaboration, requirement life cycle management, requirements analysis and design definitions and business analysis planning and monitoring to advance the profitability or efficiency of the business. You will partner effectively with all levels of the organization, guide others, drive results, proactively identify and resolve problems and make challenging decisions to improve business performance.
Facilitate requirements gathering sessions with business stakeholders, document requirements and create initiatives that support the business requirements and needs.
Identify and effectively articulate the need for change in how the organization works and facilitate change applying change management methodologies.
Identify and define the solutions to complex business problems that will maximize the value delivered to stakeholders.
Guide the business through unknown or unmapped territory to advance to the desired destination as the liaison to cross functional, regional and global solutions delivery teams.
Use a thorough comprehension of complex internal or external business issues to analyze the organization or business domain and document business, data, processes or systems and provide an assessment of the business model and the integration with technology.
Collaborate across all levels of the organization to collect information about an organization’s operations to improve systems and processes, research business processes, analyze the potential impact and create and effectively communicate recommendations for the leadership team.
Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff.
Other duties as assigned
- Relocation assistance will not be provided for this position.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience
Minimum of two years of related work experience
Other minimum qualifications may apply
Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.
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