SUMMARY:

As Solutions Analyst, Record to Report (RTR), you will work closely with business and IT leaders to define, develop and implement solutions for the financial accounting and controlling area of our global SAP implementation. This area includes critical touchpoints to the consumer including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, intercompany, inventory costing, article ledger, foreign currency, fixed assets, CO-PA, tax and financial close.  This position will also have a heavy emphasis on supporting the international growth of the brand by providing financial systems support to our global teams in the North America, Latin America, EMEA, and APAC regions.

As Solution Analyst, you will spend most of your focus leading the execution of smaller system enhancements or participating in larger strategic projects.  You will also assist our first level application support team in resolutions of issues that require your elevated expertise.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Identify and propose improvements using knowledge of SAP capabilities, industry knowledge, and Under Armour business processes
  • Interpret business requirements and communicate possible technical solutions to non-technical audiences
  • Take primary role in implementing minor system enhancements in area of responsibility to improve system efficiency or reduce errors
  • Provide supporting role in larger, cross functional projects
  • Leverage knowledge of solutions and business processes to assist level 1 / 2 support teams as needed
  • Build relationships with the functional counterpart in the direct area of support to improve collaboration and communication
  • Provide guidance and assistance for consultants, other IT or functional teammates within area of technical responsibility
  • Support for other financial systems and interfaces including, but not limited to Vertex, Ariba, and Concur

CRITICAL SKILLS:

  • Excellent problem solving skills – able to identify, analyze and propose solutions to various consumer, technical and business issues
  • Exceptional team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to translate complex technical concepts in business terms

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be able to demonstrate ability in the design, configuration, implementation, and support of SAP FICO functionality
  • Experience with the AFS (Apparel and Footwear Solution) and/or FMS (Fashion Management Solution)  are preferred
  • Experience with the Financial Supply Chain Module (Credit Management, Dispute Management and Collections Management) is preferred
  • Proven experience working as part of a global team is preferred
  • Possess excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and committed to meeting deadlines
  • Must be a self-starter, proactive, and possess the ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Strong consumer-centric focus with proven customer service or client management experience

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Information System Management, Computer Science, or a relevant business area such as Accounting preferred, but relevant professional experience will be considered.
  • Minimum 2-5 years’ experience hands on working with SAP systems with a focus in area of responsibility. 
  • Prior experience with AR, AP and General Accounting process and knowledge of the core SAP FI-CO functionality within these areas.
  • ITIL certifications are a plus
  • Languages:
  • English: Fluent verbally and written
  • Mandarin, Spanish: optional but highly desirable

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