Business Analyst

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Business Analyst
Location Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department B0110 President's Exec Staff
Requisition Number 14-6633
Shift 1st
Number of Positions 1
Security Clearance No Clearance
Job Description The Business Analyst would support strategic and operational decisions based on analysis, interpretation and communication of information. In collaboration with internal stakeholders the BA will define project needs, impact, outcome criteria, and metrics. The BA will have excellent data mining skills and the ability to present information in an informative and absorbable format.
Typical tasks include:
Analyze existing business processes and information flow to improve efficiency and effectiveness of operations.
Prepare documentation and business design documents.
Utilize current data sources and excellent data mining skills to create meaningful reporting and presentations.
Identify deficiencies, analyze problems and drive solutions.
Stay current on business trends and technologies, ensuring we are on the cutting edge of strategic solutions.
Perform impact analysis, research products, and assist in the establishment of standards for the business.
Present current information along with recommendations to improve outcome.
Required Education/Training Bachelor's Degree in Statistics, Business, Engineering or a related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Experience Demonstrated experience assisting with the design, development, and implementation of solutions, systems, and/or products.
Minimum of 3 years relative experience in an analytical role required.
Proficient user of reporting tools.
Advanced Excel, Access, and PowerPoint skills.
Excellent interpersonal and investigative skills.
Creative and logical problem solver.
Solid communication skills.
Ability to work in fast paced environment.

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