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Business Alignment Analyst

Company Name:
Govig & Associates
Govig - Your #1 full-service recruiting firm, with access to the best opportunities available, is seeking a Business Alignment Analyst for a national pulp and paper manufacturer. This
position
will be located in Spokane,
washington
.
Are you a business analyst who enjoys being involved in all aspects of the company?
Do you enjoy digging in to solve a complicated problems?
This is a great opportunity for an analytical IT mind to interact with teams and business partners to help make an impact on the business!
Who they are. Our client, a $2 billion dollar, hundred year old company in the consumer product and manufacturing industry is looking for a Business Performance Analyst for their corporate headquarters. This company values quality and integrity as well as sustainability above all else. They offer a competitive salary DOE, benefits, and relocation. This position will be located in Spokane, Washington.
About the position. The primary responsibility of the Business Alignment Analyst is to ensure alignment between business needs and technology capabilities. This will be done by building strong relationships with business partners, gaining in-depth knowledge of the business processes, and partnering with the various shared
services
to ensure delivery of the right solutions. Initial focus will be in the Human Resources group and will expand from there.
What you need. To be a hero in this role, candidates must have 3+ years of prior experience with information systems analysis (IT), demonstrated ability in Project Management (MS project experience preferred), have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate to all levels of management, as well as advanced problem resolution abilities. Bachelors in Information Systems or related degree preferred. Experience with Kronos and UltiPro is a plus!
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