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JDE Manufacturing Analyst

Job Description:
JDE Manufacturing Analyst Spencer, IA $100-115K Our manufacturing client located in Spencer, IA is actively seeking a JDE Manufacturing Business Analyst.
This Business Analyst will be responsible for supporting and improving business applications and processes for this manufacturing client.
Key Responsibilities: Provide functional hands-on support for the JD Edwards Manufacturing application.
Work with key business users and SME's to determine business requirements.
Establish and maintain documentation related to modifying business processes and systems.
Pinpoint options for potential solutions and assess them for both technical and business suitability.
Provide changes are properly tested, communicated, and scheduled.
Develop and maintain user training manuals and other aids.
Create detailed specifications for new components and work closely with developers.
Job Qualifications: 4-6 years' experience working with JD Edwards in a manufacturing environment.
5+ years of experience with end user support.
Must be organized, time management skills and self-directed.
Ability to respond effectively and quickly to demands.
Ability to manage competing priorities in a complex environment.
Knowledge with SharePoint and DSI a plus.
Experience working in an organization with multiple locations and several branch plants.
Additional Incentives: Tuition Reimbursement Health, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance 401(k) retirement plans Short and Long-Term Disability Paid Time Off Paid Holidays JD Edwards, JDE, Business Analyst, SME, end user support, SharePoint, DSI, ERP Company Description The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
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