Master Data Analyst

Company Name:
BJs Wholesale Club
About the Company
MOTIVATION. INNOVATION. COLLABORATION. Just a few of the great things you'll find when you join the BJ's team. If you want to challenge your abilities in a team-oriented environment and exceed expectations while inspiring others to do the same, then make the move to BJ's.
At BJ's, we put our Members FIRST. We take pride in knowing that we are doing all we can to show our Members they are appreciated. We care, and we want them to know it. We are a place where our Members feel welcome...a place where they want to come back.
BJ''s Wholesale Club introduced the warehouse club concept to the northeastern United States in the mid 1980s. Since then, the chain has expanded its operations to 15 states from Maine to Florida.
Job Description
The responsibility of the Master Data Analyst is to create and maintain BJ's Master Data with the specified service level agreements with the business owners. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Prepare and analyze data quality profiling results and identify issues
Maintain processes for collecting, aggregating, matching, consolidating and distributing Master Data
Enter required Master Data to support business unit assigned
Provide initial review of escalated issues and change requests and provide a recommendation to the MDMO manager
Understand and gather approvals for new requested Master Data
Partner with Promotions Coordinator to resolve questions/issues from Business
Job Requirements
Bachelor's Degree required
SAP or ERP skills, along with supply chain or retail experience preferred, strong Excel skills required
Ability to define and document business process flows, data standards, policy definitions
Ability to communicate effectively with data leads and data owners to implement process changes and resolve compliance issues
BJ's offers a competitive Total Rewards package, including a comprehensive package of benefits designed to meet the needs of you and your family.
Job Title: Master Data Analyst
Location: Westborough, MA 01581 US (Primary)

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