Operations Specialist (#8802)

Operations Specialist
Operations Specialist / Data Analyst gathers and analyzes data from various sources, develops reports, summaries, recommendations, and produces visual representations of data. Identify solutions that enable a project or program to achieve its data goals through understanding data structures, policies and operations. This role will be supporting the Supply Chain / Global Vendor Management Program.
oDefine, validate and deliver solutions that meet data needs, goals, objectives and budget
oReview relational databases and compile reports on client engagement for management
oBuild and maintain data bases using Access and Excel
oCandidate maytrack internal issues as they relate to the vendor, contract adherence for the Global Vendor Management Program; risk assessment, service level analysis, contract compliance
oEstablish communications across stakeholder domains
oDocument data requirements, risks and priorities to establish a clear understanding of the stakeholders' environment in support of solution development
oDocument knowledge and leverage existing data repositories
oEnsure the traceability of individual data requirements and adherence to the defined requirements process
oCreate data documentation to accurately describe data needs and structures
oAnalyze/interpret data requirements and perform current/target/gap/impact analyses
Required Skills/Qualifications:
oBachelor's degree
o3-5+ years of experience in a related role
oAdvanced Excel and Access skills, as well as Word, Outlook and PowerPoint for presentations
oHave the ability to build and maintain data bases
oData Management
oStrong attention to detail
oAbility to meet shifting priorities and deadlines
oExcellent communication skills, both written and verbal
oFinancial services experience preferred
Helpful but not required:
oKnowledge of Vendor / Supply Chain or Risk management
oUnderstanding of Service Level Agreements and Contracts

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