St Paul, MN, USA
Full TimeWhat we're looking for in you
Your role as a Lead Business Analyst
- Bachelor's degree required Computer Science or Information Technology
- 6 years of experience working on large scale projects as well as handling day-to-day operational requests from the business.
- 7 years of experience designing and coordinating the installation of business systems and maintaining and troubleshooting business processes and data flows.
- 7 years of experience providing a range of systems training and/or support activities for users while developing and writing process and applications documentation and guides for users.
- 6 years of experience diagnosing and resolving business process issues and problems.
- 7 years of experience analyzing emerging trends and recommending solutions
Develops and provides strategic business analysis services to business partners. The focus of this position is to lead the business units to guide the development of business strategy, processes, services, roadmap and the context in which the business operates. This role is key to designing and implementing the capabilities needed to address business challenges. Responsible for evaluating assigned business processes from end-to-end to identify and address operational, financial and technological risks. Identify and propose opportunities to improve efficiency. Manage mid to large-size projects related to operational business functions that affect team members and providers at the market level.What our team is saying
" Working under the Harris umbrella has really been a familial experience, one in which everyone wants everyone else to succeed. We have a lot of knowledgeable people here, and they are ready and willing to share that knowledge. All you need to do is ask."Your life at Harris
As one of the country's leading mechanical contractors, Harris offers you the best of both worlds: the stability, resources and opportunities of a national company, and the team culture, creative spirit and customer loyalty of a local business. If you thrive on variety and new challenges, we want to meet you!
From stadiums to manufacturing facilities, power plants to hospitals, concert halls to classrooms, we handle projects of all sizes and complexity from multiple regional locations across the country.
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