Karma Automotive

  • Senior Business Process Analyst

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    Karma Automotive is passionate, responsible and uncompromising. 


    We promise to deliver our customers beautiful cars with high-technology and clean propulsion, and a memorable customer experience.


    If these commitments excite you, we would love to talk.


    The Senior Business Process Analyst will reside within the Engineering group and will work with subject matter experts and leadership to analyze current large scale engineering business processes and identify opportunities to improve processes. Will analyze product data workflows to identify inefficiencies, areas for improvement and other opportunities. Will lead process improvement efforts, communicate these changes to impacted stakeholders and train users in new processes.

    Will be involved in developing business case for a PLM upgrade, and if approved, defining requirements and implementing new business processes and PLM upgrade.


    ** This position will work in our Irvine, CA corporate office. **


    • Manages the evaluation, design and implementation of product data improvement projects, including the Statement of Work (SOW) and project plan
    • Manage requirements and improvement of PLM system.
    • Elicit requirements using interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, surveys, business process descriptions, use cases, task and workflow analysis
    • Captures and translates business function and design requirements for technical implementation by a Systems Administrator; documenting the workflow/use cases/activities as supported by the system
    • Help manage and identify department priorities based upon feedback from the customer
    • Development of metrics and tracking those metrics to measure operational efficiency
    • Analyze business requirements and technical specifications of applications in development to see how they can be developed into testable elements
    • Develop test scripts and test scenarios
    • Document test results, and compile results of other testers into consolidated report for management and client staff
    • May perform regression testing or other analyses.
    • Develops and performs test plans to ensure systems objectives are met
    • Create training materials and train users in new processes.




    • Bachelor Degree in Engineering or IT
    • Minimum 15 years’ experience implementing process improvements, including large PLM systems.
    • Demonstrated experience in building use cases.
    • Understands how to develop business requirements and the relationship between business and system requirements
    • Experience in Configuration Management and Change Control principles and processes
    • Mechanical Engineering background.
    • Knowledgeable of PLM industry best practices.
    • Strong skills in problem solving and business process reengineering and data analytics
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
    • Experience supporting business processes and systems
    • Project experience in business process documentation
    • Knowledgeable with Microsoft PowerPoint, Visio, and Excel


    NO 3rd Parties, Principals Only, Please


    Come and join the great Karma Team, where you can make a career! Karma Automotive offers a complete benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD; paid vacation, holidays and personal days; and a 401K with matching contributions. Relocation assistance is available.


    Karma Automotive LLC is an equal employment opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, color, race, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, age, religion, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship status or any other group protected by law. Karma Automotive LLC, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure equal access to all qualified individuals with a disability. Valid driver’s license may be required based on essential duties.


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