United States Alvarado: Sr Analyst - Supply Chain Business Process

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Under broad direction, identifies user requirements and assists with the design, development and documentation of supply chain business processes and systems.


Key Responsibilities

  • Assists in the development of user training and works with users to ensure that processes are correctly followed and systems are utilized as designed.

  • Communicates with supply chain business units to ensure business needs are met.

  • Is an advocate to the business unit and user community.

  • Coodinates and conducts user training.

  • Assists in supervising others.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree in a Technical, Supply Chain, or Business related field.

  • 4-10 years of experience in a supply chain related field.

  • Direct experience in and extensive knowledge of supply chain business processes and process management techniques.


Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



2001 Interstate 35,¬ Alvarado,¬ Texas,¬ 76009, United States


Job Details

Requisition Number:¬ 51769¬ ¬ 
Experience Level:¬ Experienced Hire¬ 
Job Family:¬ Support Services¬ 
Product Service Line:¬ Supply Chain Mgmt¬ ¬ 
Full Time / Part Time:¬ Full Time

Additional Locations for this position:¬ 


Compensation Information
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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