Contract Type: Permanent Full Time
Closing Date: 27 June 2021
ABOUT THE ROLE
This Sage X3 ERP Analyst role involves implementing change enabling projects across the Group while working alongside the IT Service Desk to provide 2nd line support for the system. Part of a team that supports the development of Sage X3 and associated integrated systems, this role includes project work involving the analysis and reengineering of existing business processes, and the identification and implementation of new processes that provide control and business efficiencies. This work will primarily be within the finance, manufacturing, inventory, purchasing and sales modules within X3, but could expand as more modules are utilised.
Responsibilities will also include:
The successful candidate will be offered excellent progression opportunities and expand their skills as the Group grows.
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Analytical – Enjoys analysing qualitative data but also considers quantitative and seeks to identify and explore they key elements in information before making commitments. Tends to like to use facts and figures when planning and reporting and is concerned about accuracy and detail.
Information Gathering – Enjoys dealing with and refers to factual data. Likes to be well informed and drills down into details. Prefers to access wide range of information and opinion before making decisions and when solving problems.
Interpersonal / Influencing – Deals with other in a convincing way that leads to gaining agreement without relying on hierarchy and shows sensitivity to working relationships. Doesn’t give up easily in the face of opinions that differ from their own. Influences others to reach conclusions and gain agreements.
Oral Communication – Talks readily and confidently to people, expressing themselves with obvious ease. Speak out and makes themselves heard, often playing a leading and influential role in debate and discussion.
Planning and Organising – Thinks things through well in advance and maps out future activities, taking the key stages and requirements into account. Likes to monitor to ensure that things are implemented and delivered effectively.
Problem solving – Generates and promotes solutions. Sees clearly which the best way is forward. Able to make decisions and commitments within appropriate time frame.
Quality Orientation – Is precise, pays attention to details, checks things and ties up ‘loose ends’. Has a strong conscience about getting things right and seeks to ensure that decisions and solutions do not involve undue risk, adheres to policy and standards.
Resilience – Can work under pressure, remains calm, thinks clearly and manages emotion under pressure. Addresses issues without being aggressive or controlling and can easily bounce back from setbacks. Is open to feedback and doesn’t dwell on past events.
Team Working – Enjoys participating in group activities and likes to work in close proximity with other people. Is ready to collaborate with and support others and is willing to co-operate and compromise for the overall good.
Technical expert – Full breadth of technical knowledge and can operate as a technical advisor, influencing others to achieve goals without relying on hierarchy. Keeps up to date on changes within their field and implements plans to ensure organisation is in a state of readiness. Participates in industry and professional associations.