The Planning Services Senior Analyst takes a lead role within the Surface Network Planning team to support the ground network planning strategies. They'll be responsible for managing strategic relationships within the enterprise relating to ongoing, multi-year programs relevant to a business unit's transportation network. The Planning Services Senior Analyst deploys and uses decision support tools by leveraging advanced problem-solving techniques and technology to provide thought leadership for improved network effectiveness across multiple phases. This position leads to complex process development or improvement and involvement in strategic communication with stakeholders. The Planning Services Senior Analyst develops and enhances complex models and processes supporting UPS corporate vision to reduce transportation network cost, increase network efficiency and grow profitable revenue.
The Planning Services Senior Analyst also identifies data requirements for project scope to determine project responsibilities, teammates, customers, be responsible for managing strategic relationships within the enterprise relating to ongoing, multi-year programs relevant to a business unit's transportation network and researches background information to create project baselines used for identifying initial steps and project outcomes. They will communicate process changes to UPS stakeholders to maintain a consistent, global understanding of plan changes within the organization. They will analyze optimization-modeling needs to determine data necessary to feed models and creates draft data models to meet the needs of optimization tools. The Planning Services Senior Analyst also identifies areas of improvement that have a high impact on the forecast process to direct development efforts to the proper areas, in addition to evaluating and critiquing the current forecasting process to ascertain methods for improving the process.
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