Right now Mining and Rock Excavation (MRS) division is looking for a Business Process Analyst. You will be part of the MRS HR & SHEQ department and report to MRS Global Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality Manager. You will be located in Örebro, Sweden. This position is a 10 months temporary assignment to replace our current Business Process Analyst that will be on maternity leave for 10 months.
To actively support and drive the definition, development and implementation of processes, solutions and best practices for the MRS division and other stakeholders, according to the MRS process framework. This shall lead to improvements in operational efficiency and ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction, in line with MRS strategies. Part of this is also to be responsible for HR and SHEQ reporting and analysis.
−Create and maintain a reference framework that links processes to business strategic goals; −Define and drive to completion process improvement projects together with respective process owners. Each process to be aligned with the MRS process framework; −Provide standard templates, tools and training to safeguard the quality of process management; −HR and SHEQ reporting, ensuring quality data, and that there is a good action plan to support improvements per company, that is followed-up; −Perform other duties as required and assigned by management; −Make recommendations to internal and external stakeholders for improvements activities.
Knowledge, experience and personalityments
In this role it is important to have a positive, service-oriented attitude with a strong drive to achieve results. The role requires strong project management skills and a high quality focus. It is important to take great responsibility for business process projects leading to great added value for our business. The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications; − Knowledge and experience of business process management; preferably also with experience and knowledge from business process management software tool for process modeling (e.g. BizAgi); − Experience from project management. − Experience from working with reporting. Eg. Consolidating data, analyze and present the result. − Knowledge of GPS reporting is an advantage but not a must. − Analytical and problem-solving skills. − Results-oriented with a high level of flexibility. − Excellent communication skills. − Knowledge of English, verbally and in writing.
Country and city description
Örebro is Sweden’s seventh largest city, with around 135,000 inhabitants. It is located in the center of Sweden, population-wise – 2 hours to the east coast (including Stockholm); 3 hours to the west coast. There is good infrastructure and facilities, and virtually no traffic - so the quality of life is high. There is an established and growing international community. There are also schools that offer education in English, including the International Baccalaureate syllabus, plus a university. More information on the city can be found on www.orebro.se.
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For further information please contact, recruiting Manager Anna Eklind, Global Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality Manager Tel no +46 19 670 7214
Atlas Copco's Board of Directors announced in January 2017 that it would initiate work in order to propose to the Annual General Meeting in 2018, to decide on a split of Atlas Copco into two parts. Atlas Copco will focus on industry and Epiroc will focus on mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. The current Mining and Rock Excavation business area – core of the future Epiroc - provides equipment for drilling and rock excavation, a complete range of related consumables and service through a global network. The business area innovates for sustainable productivity in surface and underground mining, infrastructure, civil works, well drilling and geotechnical applications. Principal product development and manufacturing units are located in Sweden, the United States, Canada, China and India.