Job Requisition Number: RC176227
Stansted Airport, United Kingdom
Time Type: Full Time
Scheduled weekly Hours: 37.5
Worker Type: Regular
Posting Date: 08-August-2019
Closing Date: 22-August-2019
Job Family: FXE-EU: Planning & Engineering Business Analyst (ID)
Air Network P&E: Clearance Planning & Analysis; Business EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) requirements Gathering & Documentation; Test Script Development & Execution; Testing & Support
o Design and maintain all EDI data mapping to ensure compliance to all business requirements (Pan-European scope)
o Analyze all EDI implementations and recommend improvements to processes and coordinate with functional partners to resolve all issues effectively.
o Monitor and documents all EDI requests and track all applications and participate in IT and business meetings on a regular basis and monitor progress.
o Define and maintain the EDI business process flows which relates to different business systems.
o Maintain close partnerships with collaborating departments e.g. IT ,Operations and Regulatory.
- Minimum Bachelor degree in IT, Engineering or relevant discipline
- Experience in understanding file layouts and testing output including mapping and translations
- Experience in designing and documenting system process flows
- Previous exposure to Customs Clearance is an advantage
- Willing to learn EDI standards and become an EDI expert
- Effective coordination with other employees
- Very good analytical skills. Understand user needs and translate them into technical mapping specifications
- Good knowledge about SQL language and Oracle databases is a plus
- Knowledge about EDI standards (EDIFACT) and other programming languages (XML) is a plus
- Fluency in English (both written and spoken) to present to technical and business audiences
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