The Business and Data Analyst role is responsible to partner with the business functions to develop robust and repeatable analytical solutions to:
Address opportunities or risk points in the way Stellantis manages decision making
Understand cause and effect of business performance
This includes requirements gathering, developing a rich understanding of required data, facilitating the design of deliverables, partnering with technical and business stakeholders, testing and implementing the solution, providing support to the users, and overall project coordination.
This role is responsible for rapidly addressing ad hoc Executive Management use cases in a time constrained environment. As the owner of multiple reporting tools, you will present project status updates directly to C-Suite management and take their feedback into the development cycle. This job provides exposure to an immense number of members of the sales, brand, finance, and supply chain functions. You work to ensure knowledge transfer and foster change management with the functional groups that the solution was built for. The Business and Data Analyst will need to develop a robust knowledge of the problem and the solution to have creditability in the knowledge transfer process to ensure a successful implementation and fostering change management.
The Business and Data Analyst must be able to:
Transform a vision into an operational project and see it through to completion in an uncertain environment
Define and drive toward success criteria
Utilize strong analytical and problem-solving skills to develop creative solutions to complex problems
Lead cross-functional teams in agile project management development cycles
Balance competing priorities in a constantly evolving environment
Work with internal and external stakeholders as well as vendors
According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of automotive service technicians and mechanics is projected to decline 4 percent from 2019 to 2029.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for automotive service technicians and mechanics was $44,050 in May 2020.
The Automotive industry provided jobs to highly educated scientists, engineers, managers, and other professional workers, as well as skilled production workers and unskilled laborers.
Every year, an automobile manufacturer has a new line of vehicles. To create those vehicles every year, there is planning that must take place and that can be years prior to the release of a new line of vehicles.
In addition to the creation of vehicles, there is also the maintenance, repair, and detailing of vehicles. Many jobs are available within this sector of the automotive industry as well.