The Process Specialist will partner with Process Owners and other Stakeholders to transform and innovate business processes and drive towards a more simplified, efficient, and customer-
oriented way of working for our Order to Cash processes. The Process Specialist will collaborate with stakeholders to drive the Order to Cash vision and strategy across multiple business units.
The Process Specialist will be responsible for the creation of process maps, business requirements, and agile user stories for a variety of projects.
This role will work cross-functionally with key business stakeholders, process owners & specialists, Integration Consultants, Testing roles, Technology, and operational SMEs.
Vision & Strategy
Be passionate about process improvement and customer experience
Be able to proactively identify and drive opportunities for process changes to increase efficiency, automation, and customer satisfaction
Be able to thrive in an agile work environment
Partners with stakeholders to elicit and document business needs
Participates on project teams to help ensure customer and business needs are kept in mind throughout project delivery
Partners with Process Owners on process design decisions
Collaborates across functions to design solutions and implement changes to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of our order management processes.
Authors As Is and To Be process documentation as driven by continuous improvement efforts
Collaborates with Process Owners to identify opportunities to optimize legacy processes and identify leading practices (process, and / or technology) that can strengthen service delivery
Drives change management to support process improvement
Challenges the status quo and drives TR towards simplification while always designing for the best customer experience
Partners with testing team to help educate / inform testers on the process and business needs to accurately create and execute testing.
Partners with L&D team on learning plan, materials and transfer of knowledge for implementations
Bachelor degree plus 2-5 years of experience in Process Improvement, Operations, Business Analysis, Business Administration, Finance, or operational management OR Master’s degree
Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Solid English language skills are required.
Demonstrated experience in business analysis, process mapping, and requirement elicitation
Demonstrated experience eliciting stakeholder needs and translating them into agile user stories or business requirements
Experience building and managing effective relationships and partnering with others to develop joint solutions.
Ability to leverage a variety of approaches to solicit valuable information, even in challenging situations
Demonstrated experience identifying and participating in performance or process improvement initiatives
Experience working with different cultures and global partners.
Able to effectively navigate and perform in dynamic environments managing multiple projects simultaneously.
Experience with Agile Methodologies is preferred
Experience with Business Optix process mapping software or equivalent is preferred
Having the following experience is a plus :
IIBA CBAP (International Institute of Business Analysis, Certified Business Analyst Professional) certification
Lean or Six Sigma certification
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