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Job Number12086
Job LocationGreensboro, NC
Job TitleIT Data & Business Analyst - Advanced Excel/ VBA - Contract
Job DescriptionIT Data Analyst - Advanced Excel/ VBA - Contract - REGIONAL CANDIDATES ONLY

Enables problem solving and data driven decisions for the program office and program management team by developing and maintaining metrics, reporting tools, and integrating data across a variety of business systems. These business systems include but are not limited to SAP and individual files in MS Office formats. Great opportunity for local candidates with open-ended contract for a large, global organization!

Successful candidate will have extremely strong Excel Macro experience; ability to parse data using macros; develop macros from scratch. Background needed: SAP environment experience, advanced Excel skills, scripting ability, Visual Basic skills. Will have data analytics experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Collects and interrogates project, and part status data from a variety of sources.
- Develops ad-hoc reporting solutions in MS Excel, MS Access, Business Intelligence (SAP), and SharePoint.
- Develops methods to automate and integrate reporting templates to improve consistency while reducing the time to execute on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.

Education:
- Associate Degree required.
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- 2+ Years' experience in developing and maintaining business systems data in a manufacturing environment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- SAP user familiar with common MRP and supply chain functions required.
- Skilled in MS Excel, including VBA/ macros
- Strong background in MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Project, Access).
- Able to create and edit Business Intelligence Reports.

Preferred:
- Experience building SQL queries to parse and reformat large data sets.
 
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