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A Business Analyst works in the Strategy & Business Development department as part of a high-powered team addressing a wide variety of performance, growth and organization issues. Business Analysts use multi-disciplinary approaches towards mathematical and qualitative reasoning in the context of structured team problem-solving. This role provides scope and opportunity for entry-level professionals with a desire to gain exposure to a wide variety of business models and a passion to improve corporate performance.
A Business Analyst is usually responsible for a solving a discrete problem within a larger project, often by managing a major stream of work under the supervision of highly experienced managers. Most team members will have advanced degrees. Over the course of the 2-3 year program, Business Analysts will normally participate in several types of high profile projects: Business Unit and Function strategies, Business Development (i.e. acquisitions, mergers, divestures, joint ventures), and long-term Corporate Strategy. As an analyst develops, he/she will take increased responsibility over problem-solving in projects and will also learning to apply best practices with limited supervision. Successful and experienced analysts will have the opportunity to coach and develop new analysts.
30% Research and gather primary and secondary data, including internal operating data, market information, and interviews.
30% Analyze the results of research using financial, strategic, and organizational models.
20% Prepare and present reports and presentations that communicate findings and recommendations.
10% Support internal practice development by contributing project results and insights to SBD’s common knowledge base.
10% Participate in and contribute to one or more SBD department innovation teams –Community Building, Employee Engagement, Training, and Recruiting.
4 year BA / BS Degree
Exceptional analytical skills, including mathematical reasoning
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Creative, innovative thinking
Ability to work effectively in a team environment
Clear communication, both written oral and written
Willingness to travel, including globally, up to 30% of the time
Fluency in English
Fluency in second language Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, or Chinese
Cargill is an EEO/AA employer.
Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers,...