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Business Process Consultant

Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience. We have 155,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.


Position Purpose & Summary The Cargill Business Services (CBS) Process Consultant would be part of Project management office (PMO) team. The consultant would be responsible to lead or support process design and documentation activities for process migration into CBS centers and plays an integral role in the successful. The activities include, participation in workshops to create, review or update business processes based on the information provided by the business. The role would be responsible for performing work independently or as a team working with the Sr. Process Consultant/Manager. The role demands supporting initiatives on process improvement and standardization. The role expects hands-on experience in BPM tools, strong stakeholder management skills and good understanding of various finance processes would be suitable for this role. Projects could involve work in finance, human resources, sourcing & procurement or transportation & logistics.

Principal Accountabilities

Lead/ Support migration and non-migrations projects in APAC and Globally:

+ Lead/ support process design workshops and documentation across functions as part of process migration to the CBS centers

+ Maintain and update process information and documentation related to process flows

+ Support process improvement or redesign to meet business needs

+ Ensure adherence to standards & guidelines while process mapping

+ Communicate progress of project deliverables to the project manager/ project lead Manage stakeholder expectation 60%

+ Support process standardization projects in APAC or Global

+ Support the process standardization projects as part of the initiatives and opportunities identified by GPO organization

+ Work collaboratively with functional teams, operations and business to redesign / standardize processes in line with the identified opportunities Perform process fit gap analysis, research and support in process standardization activities 30%

+ Lead/ Support Third party vendors and improvement opportunities

+ Manage third party vendors for process design work and/or coordinate internal mapping efforts

+ Maintain consistency while documenting and capturing the information for the processes across functions and businesses

+ Maintain and update processes and standards & guidelines

+ Support internal team members in various process initiatives

+ Share best practices / learnings with rest of the team Create, maintain and update internal PMO process documents repository 10%


Required Qualifications

* Bachelor’s degree and advanced degree (Masters, MBA) * Minimum 5 - 8 years experience in similar position * Minimum 2-3 years experience in process domain/ process design/ consulting experience * Experience in process mapping in any modeling tool * Experience working with multifunctional teams * Demonstrate success working independently in a remote, global environment * Proven ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization * Strong strategic thinking and problem-solving skills * Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills * Ability and willingness to act independently and take initiative

Preferred Qualifications

* Strong understanding of core business processes within Finance (OTSC, PRTP, RTR), Procurement and HR. * Preferred working experience in migration projects * Hands on experience of process mapping using ARIS * Exposure to shared service environment and processes, preferred 2 years experience


Process Optimization/Project Management

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