Business Analyst - Financial Systems

Bird is a last-mile electric vehicle sharing company dedicated to bringing safe, low-cost, environmentally-friendlytransportation solutions to communities across the world. We provide a fleet of electric,shared scooters that can be accessed via smartphone. Bird is headquartered in Venice, California and is rapidly expanding across the country and the world. What You'll Do Provide functional and technical guidance during the ERP system selection phase Serve as project manager during the ERP Implementation phase Migrate the organization out of legacy applications and into ERP solutions for core business processes Communicate responsibilities, target dates, project status and resource needs Manage multiple complex project deliverables to ensure delivery within the prescribed period Make decisions and communicate trade-offs and risk; drive key decisions Identify continuous improvement opportunities for systems and processes including enabling new functionality and integrations to other systems Build and customize forms, dashboards, and reportsProvide troubleshooting and support Report regularly on project status and provide financial updates Document business rules and processes Drive organizational adoption of ERP and business transformation initiatives and support the training and on-boarding of the technology and systems What You'll Need Experience leading at least one ERP rollout Experience as a team member in at least three ERP rollouts 5+ years' experience as a project manager in any discipline including but not limited to ERP Experience as a business analyst Experience hiring, building, managing ,and leading technical teams Experience managing, communicating and building relationships across teams Experience working in a fast-paced organization Background in computer science/IT/consulting Bachelor's Degree (four-year college) required, Master's Degree in computer science (supply chain, project management - experiencepreferred)
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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