Who You Are: You are an experienced business systems professional with in-depth knowledge of business processes and business system analysis techniques and someone who understands the needs of a modern, high-growth, fully remote team. You’ll have a passion for analytical thinking and finding technical solutions to business process challenges.
The Task At Hand: The Business System Analyst is responsible for using their knowledge of software programs and business strategies to maximize productivity and communication.  This role will examine existing and new systems for improvement, report common issues, evaluate company performance, document current business processes and related technology, and recommend new system procedures and/or applications.
In This Role, You Will:
•         Implement, evaluate, and design information systems technology and operations systems in support of network, communications, and core business functions
•         Assist in the selection and recommendation of company software applications
•         Evaluate end-user needs, budgets, and existing applications to define system requirements and technical standard
•         Responsible for drafting user guides and beta testing pre-release systems
•         Work heavily in the company’s ERP system (SAGE X3 ERP) to update and modify the current structure to improve performance and add efficiencies
•         Ensures optimal performance of ERP system
•         Troubleshoots ERP-related issues and monitors ERP systems security
•         Function as the main contact between the company and ERP consultants (VAR) as needed
•         Support existing Business Intelligence (BI) applications, including data analysis, reporting, and data visualization.  The current BI tool is Sage SEI (Sage Enterprise Intelligence)
•         Collect internal customer BI requirements and develop related reporting solutions
•         Research and recommend alternative BI solutions
•         Assess and recommend the implementation of a Document Management System
•         Identify and coordinate needed training on company systems to ensure maximum benefits are realized
•         Consult stakeholders across the entire organization to identify business and technology needs and optimize the use of information technology
•         Project management software system implementation including coordinating meetings, developing a project plan, maintaining the project budget, and evaluating overall success.
•         Assist with the delivery and operation of IT services by monitoring and measuring systems performance, software development projects, ongoing support & maintenance activities
•         Assist with the creation and maintenance of systems policies and procedures
•         Participate in the review of controls and procedures
•         Provide technical support to company users as required
•         Support other tasks as requested
Must Haves:
•         A Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Systems, or an equivalent relevant field
•         Minimum 4 years of professional experience as a business systems analyst
•         Excellent understanding of computer systems, cloud technologies, security, network and systems administration, data management, reporting and analytics, and telecommunications systems
•         Strong interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to effectively communicate with internal teams and external vendor partners
•         Excellent leadership and decision-making skills; strategic thinker with the ability to handle multiple priorities concurrently
•         Advanced knowledge of Sage ERP X3/SEI, EDI and Tableau is preferred
•         Highly analytical mindset
•         Solid knowledge of Microsoft Suite, Outlook, Slack, and other professional platforms
•         Up to 10% travel required: Although this role is a remote work-from-home position, we “Farmers” do meet as a company and/or as a department a few times a year. Anticipate possible travel up to a few times each quarter
•         Genuinely passionate about improving childhood nutrition for a healthier and happier planet
•         Desire to contribute to a dynamic high-growth, purpose-driven work environment
•         Demonstrated ability to thrive in ambiguity, deeply understand business needs, develop a cohesive strategy, and make decisions requiring a high level of judgment
•         Full-time, Salaried Exempt
•         The anticipated salary range for this position is $85,000.00 to $110,000.00. The actual salary offer will carefully consider a few factors, including your skills, qualifications, experience, and location. Certain positions are eligible for additional forms of compensation such as bonuses, stipends, equity, and role-specific perks.
•         Employee Equity
•         Annual Bonus
•         Unlimited Paid Time Off
•         Paid Volunteer Time
•         New Parents: Up to 18 weeks of paid Parental Leave, baby Steps Back To Work, 3 months’ supply of farm-to-fridge baby food, and Stork breast milk shipping service for those who travel
•         Medical Insurance for the employee covered at 100% on select Kaiser and PPO plans, as well as offer additional plan options at a reduced cost to the employee
•         Vision and Dental Insurance covered at 100% for the employee
•         401(k)
•         Employee Discounts
•         Life insurance
•         Flexible spending account (Medical & Dependent Care) and Health savings accounts for applicable plans
•         Cell and Internet Stipend
•         Employee assistance program (EAP)
•         And so much more!
Who We Are
Our Purpose: Drive systemic improvement in childhood nutrition for a healthier, happier, and mor equitable world.
Our Business: At Once Upon a Farm, a better story starts here. We’re on a greater mission in providing organic, crave-worthy, snacks and meals for children of all ages. Our recipes are crafted with only the best organic ingredients – whole fruits and veggies picked, then cold-pressed (our pouches) or freshly frozen (our meals) to perfection– to support your growing kids at every stage. Each of our organic, non-GMO, non-dairy recipes contain no added sugar and are free from artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives – just simple, real, nutritious snacks your entire family will love.
We support and champion farmers who supply the highest-quality organic ingredients for our foods.  We help parents keep their promise to provide the best nourishment for their children’s bodies and souls. We treat our consumers, customers, suppliers, investors, and all our valued employees with the same high level of dignity and respect that we expect from others. We will always fight for and support efforts to drive positive social change and food justice for the benefit of parents, kids, and families.  Lastly, we foster an entrepreneurial and collaborative culture that values humility, honesty, passion, positive social impact, and fun.
Our Team: We’re all fully remote, which makes us a highly collaborative, dynamic, and supportive bunch. We share a singular mission to make the world a better place through the highest quality, most delicious, nourishing, and nutritious products made accessible to every home, from our farms to your fridge. And while we’re invested in our product, we’re equally invested in one another’s success.
Once Upon A Farm is a purpose-driven brand made up of an inclusive group of individuals with diverse backgrounds, passions, and beliefs. We hire self-motivated, independent thinkers, and those who are genuinely passionate about improving childhood nutrition for a healthier and happier planet. Bring your whole self to your work at Once Upon A farm, a proud equal-opportunity employer. In your application, please feel free to note which pronouns you use.
In an effort to help us remove unconscious bias from our resume review process, we ask that you please remove all identifying information from your resume (like profile photos) before you upload it. Once Upon A farm is committed to cultivating an inclusive environment where a diverse group of people can and want to do their best work, and that starts with our hiring practices.
Once Upon a Farm, PBC, provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants in all company facilities without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy, childbirth, physical disability, mental and/or intellectual disability, age, military status or status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran, marital status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, gender (including sex stereotyping and gender identity or expression), medical condition (including, but not limited to, cancer-related or HIV/AIDS-related), genetic information, or sexual orientation in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
You must reside in the United States to be considered for this position.

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About Once Upon a Farm

Once Upon a Farm is a California-based company with a big dream: to provide yummy and nutritious “farm-to-family”
foods to kids of all ages. Our company is rooted in honesty, integrity and transparency, and it is our vision to provide as many children as
possible with the best tasting, most nutritious, and highest quality food utilizing sustainable methods.