Junior Business Analyst
The Department of Finance
Scope of Work and Responsibilities of a Junior Business Process Analyst are but not limited to:
1. Learn to apply the UNESCAP (United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific) Business Process Analysis Guide to simplify trade procedures. Training will be provided.
2. Apply the methodology in streamlining the business process of each agency user
3. Act as facilitator in the workshops that begin from the capture of the current process to the final presentation of the simplified process.
4. Analyze the current process and propose the simplified business process
5. Coordinate with agencies on the work and confirmation on the business process
6. Work with the DICT process analysts on the automation of the platform
7. Develop the simplified process into a final Unified Modelling Language (UML) document in preparation for automation
8. Coordinate the work with the admin, research, communication and policy teams of the project.
Deliverables and requirements:
1. Weekly report to be submitted to the ARTA Program Manager and the Junior Project Manager under the Office of USec Gil Beltran
2. Provide the final Unified Modelling Language (UML) Diagram of the simplified process approved by each agency
3. Submit draft proposals, updates and recommendations to streamline the import/export agency documentation process
4. Weekly work hours equivalent to 40 hours per week (8hrs/day) and stated in their weekly report. Attendance to the office at least 3 times per week unless their presence is required to be outside the office to attend official meetings.
2. Graduated with top honors, preferred
3. Newly graduates will be considered but at 1-2 years qualified experience is preferred
4. Must have leadership skills and able to conduct group meetings
5. People oriented 6. Ability to coordinate and maintain good working relationship with different people from different government agencies
7. Excellent in written and spoken English and Filipino
8. Effective communication and analytical skills
9. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook required
On July 18, 2016, Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez of the Department of Finance issued Department Order No. 038-2016 creating the Anti-Red Tape Team (ART) in the department. The ARTA team will pursue the Department’s commitment to streamline the delivery of government services cited in Republic Act No. 9485 (2007) “An Act to Improve Efficiency in the Delivery of Government Service to the Public by Reducing Bureaucratic Red Tape Preventing Graft, and Corruption and Providing Penalties Thereof” otherwise known as the Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007. Undersecretary Gil Beltran is appointed as the Chairman of the team composed of employees and official of the department.