Top Three Must Skills:
3. Advanced Excel (pivot tables, v look ups, etc.)
4 . Identify issues or opportunities to improve process
The main function of a business operations specialist is to maintain vendor relationships, acting as a business analyst for non-IT projects or filling organizational roles above an administrative level, but below a management level. Other responsibilities may include maintaining all project management processes, including project goals, deadlines, metrics and budget. The business operations specialist usually reports to a project manager or director.
� Establish and maintain communication services across business units or from the project team to the organization.
� Maintain the storage and retrieval of all project communications data and business metrics.
� Review contracts, cost proposals and contract supplements.
� Establish and document business processes.
� Set up project and work breakdown structures.
� Track project budgets and expenditures, monitor transaction controls and costs against budgets.
� Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, customer service and interpersonal skills.
� Ability to work independently and manage one's time.
� Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, and production methods.
� Ability to apply accounting and mathematical principles to work as needed.
� Ability to analyze business trends and project future revenues and expenses.
� Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word and Excel; Enterprise Application experience a plus.
� Bachelor's degree in business management, economics, finance, accounting or relevant field required.
� 2-4 years experience required.
BTI Recruiting Team
801 E Campbell Rd. Suite 230, Richardson, Texas 75081, USA