ERP Business Analyst & Trainer

Job Title: ERP Business Analyst & Trainer
Categories: Automotive, Metal Stamping
Salary: $70K
Start Date: 2015-03-05
Location: Portland, TN
Our client is a privately held, mid-size manufacturer supplying the automotive market with medium to high volume, stamped metal components and welded assemblies. In business since 1968, they have multiple locations throughout North America. We are looking for an ERP Business Analyst & Trainer with a positive attitude at our plant in Portland, TN (just north of Nashville). If you are self-motivated and committed to continuous learning and improvement we have a place for you!
Job Responsibilities
In this role, you will implement, and support all business information systems that serve the manufacturing, financial and general business functions that control ongoing operations of the company and related divisions.
Typical Duties
Manage several I.T. assignments/projects at once.
Consult with management to analyze business information needs and training within the ERP System.
Establishes collaborative working relationships & facilities communications with the staff and management across all NASG locations.
Able to provide assistance and training concerning the use of the ERP System.
Provide technical support for ERP.
Instructs/trains users on proper ERP procedures.
Stay current with ERP: review new technologies as they are introduced to the marketplace and make suggestions about when and how to apply them.

Job Requirements:
Associates degree in business information systems
Three+ years I.T. support of a medium size company required.
One to three plus years of I.T. project management experience preferred.
Three years' experience in manufacturing ERP environment with EDI
Knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of products.
Experience with support and implementation of EDI using Innovis, supporting an automotive manufacturing environment.
The company offers a competitive salary and benefit program. For immediate consideration submit your resume today.

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