The Process Analyst will analyze, develop and implement process changes to provide continuous improvement in work flow, operational procedures and other related business areas. This role will lead/participate in projects to measure, analyze and improve business processes which drive business results, operational efficiencies, quality improvements and reduced costs. This role will perform ongoing operational data gathering in support of process improvement activities. In addition, the Process Analyst will facilitate business understanding of customer requirements and the ability to make quick, responsive changes to meet customer needs and provide related training.
What you can expect in this role:
You will analyze, develop and implement process changes to provide continuous improvement in work flow, operational procedures and other related business areas.
You will gather and analyze data and metrics to evaluate and report on current operations and processes. Identify process improvement opportunities.
You will develop and manage projects to implement process improvement initiatives. You will generate project ideas and solutions. Prioritize projects based on business needs and available resources.
You will implement process improvement projects within and across departments, delivering quantifiable operational improvements and financial benefits.
You will learn process improvement methodologies to utilize within process improvement work.
You will communicate with and instructs business lines in leading process change and in the use and value of continuous process improvement.
You will communicate continuous improvement initiatives and success stories to the organization.
You will prepare summaries and reports on work activities.
What you will need to succeed:
Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Demonstrated ability and desire to lead change.
Ability to evaluate and improve existing processes.
Knowledge of process improvement methodologies and tools, such as Lean Six Sigma helpful.
Data gathering and analytical ability.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to gain credibility quickly.
Demonstrated ability to manage projects.
Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work effectively at all levels of the organization.
Ability to work both individually and as a team player.
PC skills, including Microsoft Office.
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