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Master Data Analyst

Master Data Analyst

  • Location United States - Louisiana - Baton Rouge
  • Travel required Negligible travel
  • Job category Procurement & Supply Chain Management Group
  • Relocation available Negotiable
  • Job type Professionals
  • Job code 140990BR
  • Experience level Intermediate
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Job summary

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At bp, we’re reimagining energy for people and our planet. With operations working across almost every part of the energy system, we’re leading the way in reducing carbon emissions and developing more sustainable methods for solving the energy challenge. We’re a team with multi-layered strengths of engineers, scientists, traders and business professionals determined to find answers to problems. But we know we can’t do it alone. We’re looking for people who share our passion for reinvention to bring a fresh opinion, ambition, and to challenge our thinking in our goal to achieve net zero!

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Role Synopsis

The Master Data Analyst is a key member of the Supply Chain responsible for Data Object setup & dynamic maintenance for a manufacturing site. Work with management to understand opportunities to enhance collection and statistical analysis of data to drive key manufacturing metrics associated with quality, efficiency, cost and continuous improvement.

Key Accountabilities

  • Responsible for setup & dynamic maintenance of data objects including control cycles, labels database, scrap factors, routings, cycle times, run rates, reformulations, etc.
  • Analyses of production data to lead plant CI activities.
  • Reconciliation of invoicing and production variances.
  • Support analysis of supplier performance with local data.
  • Build BW reports as needed to enable significant analysis and summary of data for plant management.
  • Talk to other departments within the organization to guide development of appropriate statistical analysis of data, tools and metrics.
  • Statistical analysis, supervising and reporting business stability metrics and plant KPIs.
  • Balances and reconciles raw material and product inventory discrepancies and makes vital production posting adjustments to correct inventories.
  • Performs various Inventory Management duties and routine month end close activities as defined by procedures and business rules.
  • Investigate and determine the root cause for SAP posting errors.
  • Be responsible for and provide assurance of safe operations to ensure that we deliver on our promise that “Everyone goes home safely, every day - there is nothing more important that we do”
  • Responsible for giving to and sustaining the safety culture within the plant
  • Supports the local HSSE Coordinator to successfully and efficiently deliver and embed programs that support and ensure compliance with regulatory and GSC requirements.

Key Relationships, Stakeholders & Peers

This role will collaborate with all functions within the Supply Chain. Will routinely work with all plant personnel, as well as with personnel from other plants and on a regional level through projects, regional teams, and regional initiatives.

Critical Experience

  • At least 1 – 2 years’ experience in manufacturing environment preferred in a Supply Chain role demonstrating strong knowledge of SAP master data management.
  • Strong knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook are a must
  • Excellent social skills and ability to work optimally with staff at all levels both internally and externally
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Advocate for Continuous Improvement

Desired Experience

  • Knowledge of production processes within BP manufacturing plants is a plus
  • Knowledge of WMS (Warehouse Management System) set up and maintenance is a plus
  • Experience in leading RCA’s (Root Cause Analysis)
  • A full understanding of the BP Group safety standards and proven leadership of HSSE (Health, Safety, Security& Environment)
  • Self-starter with highly motivated “can-do” attitude

Critical Education

Bachelor’s degree in Business or Supply Chain Management from an accredited university or relevant degree with minimum of 2 years’ experience in a Data Analyst role OR Associates Degree with minimum 5 years’ experience in a Data Analyst role OR High School Diploma with minimum 7 years’ experience in a Data Analyst role.

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