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Unit4 Erp Functional Analyst / Implementation Consultant Remote, Vancouver, Levio

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
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Unit4 Erp Functional Analyst / Implementation Consultant Remote, Vancouver, Levio
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published June 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Unit4 erp functional analyst / implementation consultant remote
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2 great Career Opportunities (Financial suite and HR suite) Remote

Reporting to the project director, as a Unit4 ERP Functional Analyst you will participate in various ERP implementation & upgrade projects, more precisely:

Key Areas of Responsibilities

· Provide an advisory role and functional expertise to clients and team members on UNIT4 ERP Financials solution using best practices.

· Lead and or conduct fit/gap sessions with the client representatives.

· Review business processes and guide clients in the reengineering of business processes based on industry best practices.

· Solution design and execute application configuration.

· Prepare test plans and scenarios for each test cycle.

· Perform functional testing, system integration testing and regression testing.

· Perform functional specifications documentation based on client business requirements.

· Act as the subject matter expert toward team members being more junior as a business /functional analyst.

· Review and resolve any system process issue by taking in consideration optimal solution.

· Maintain a good communication between your project team colleagues and client representatives.

· Ensure the transfer of knowledge to client stakeholders during all phases of the project delivery.

· Other various tasks.

Qualifications

· University degree in administration (FMajor Acccounting / Finance and the second opportunity Human Resources) or computer science or the equivalent.

· Minimum 3 years’ experience as a functional analyst with UNIT4 ERP, mainly within implementation projects.

· Good knowledge of the U4IM implementation methodology.

· Participated in at least 3 projects (full implementation cycle).

· Excellent analytical and synthesis skills.

· Thorough knowledge of Unit4 ERP Product and MileStone 7 Cloud.

· Minimum of 3 years’ experience within a consultant role.

· Excellent communication skills, efficient priority management and focus on the end result.

· Professional Certification in Accounting or Finance, such as CPA, CMA is an asset.

· Experience in consulting.

· Fluent in French would be nice to have!

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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