Posted in Engineering 30+ days ago.
As a leading worldwide provider of navigation devices and wearable technology, our focus is on developing, designing and supporting superior products. Our advanced technology promotes performance, safety and ease of use in every market we serve. That makes us an engineering and technology company with a keen focus on recruiting talent in those fields. But the same vertical integration business model that keeps all design and manufacturing processes in-house also gives us the incentive to hire top performers from different backgrounds, including operations, finance and accounting, information technology, sales, marketing and communications.
Associates get the royal treatment at Garmin. Regardless if you’re a newbie or a veteran, engineers dream it, design it and use it. Here, you will be surrounded by others who share the same passion about what they do every day. We offer a relaxed team environment (no dress code!) where advancement is found from sharing knowledge, not hiding it! While we promise you a lot of responsibility, you also will have the opportunity to have ownership over projects…oh, and we promise you there will be some fun mixed in there, too!
Analyze this. We’re seeking an insightful business analyst to gather, document and effectively communicate requirements for medium- to large-size projects of average to significant complexity for process development. Responsibilities include working closely with project teams, including multiple stakeholders, to ensure requirements are understood and deliverables are aligned with project objectives and long-term business goals.
We’re looking for a full-time Engineering Business Analyst for our headquarters in the greater Kansas City area. In this role you will be responsible for demonstrating advanced understanding of business analysis principles and methodologies and applying and adapting them into requirements which meet the needs of our global business climate. Other essential functions include:
Manage requirements for medium to large size projects of average to significant complexity for process development
Identify both basic and ancillary discrepancies and conflicts in application(s) requirements
Facilitate reconciliation of business tactical and strategic direction
Work closely with project team, including multiple stakeholders to ensure requirements are understood and deliverables are aligned with long-term business objectives as well as project objectives.
Regularly suggest improvements to business processes to multiple stakeholders and engineering business analysis processes
Partner with business stakeholders to serve as a functional subject matter expert for processes within Engineering
Work with business stakeholders to determine process roadmap
Provides reliable solutions to a variety of problems using sound problem solving techniques
Serves as a mentor to less experienced Engineering Business Analysts (Engineering Business Analyst 1)
Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Math or Physics or a technical field (such as CIS or IT) or another relevant field AND 2 years’ relevant experience OR an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. Other requirements include:
Demonstrates proficient use and knowledge of engineering and project management tools
Must demonstrate advanced understanding of business analysis principles/methodologies and possesses a demonstrated ability to adapt practices to meet business climate and needs
Demonstrated strong and effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills in a large team or departmental setting
Understanding of any Automotive OEM industry standards such as, ISO 90001, IATF 16949, ASPICE, TISAX (ISO 27001, or ISO 26262 is a benefit
Garmin International is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran’s status, age or disability.