London Manufacturing Jobs

ERP Analyst

by Magna International Inc.

Location: St. Thomas, ON
Date Posted: Feb 10, 2021
Magna International Inc.

Job Description

ERP Analyst

Group Description


Cosma provides a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market.



Role Summary

The ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Analyst is responsible for all activities related to the research, analysis, implementation, development, support and troubleshooting of all manufacturing software.  The ERP Analyst evaluates existing and proposed systems, focusing on continuous improvement for all shop floor data systems, hardware and software

Key Qualifications/Requirements

Equivalent to completion of University, Community College or specialized courses up to 2 academic years

3-4 years Epicor CMS experience in information systems capacity, preferably in a manufacturing environment

3-4 years IBM System i system administration and DB2 experience

A background in RPG programming would be considered an asset

A solid understanding of manufacturing processes, preferably in the automotive industry

A proven background in successful project management

Familiarity with manufacturing software (i.e. MRP, ERP) and its many different components

Strong working knowledge of automotive EDI, particularly as it pertains to GM, Chrysler, and Ford

Ability to work closely and communicate with all groups within the company as well as with vendors and suppliers

Additional Information

Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.

Key Responsibilities



Manage the research, analysis, implementation, support, and troubleshooting of all manufacturing software including Production,  Logistics, Materials Management, Shipping/Receiving, Scheduling, EDI, Finance, Purchasing, Maintenance, etc.

Assist with the on-going maintenance and support of all manufacturing systems’ hardware.

Manage the design, installation and support of all shop floor data collection, product tracking and systems integration including radio frequency and bar coding technologies.

Work closely with employees at all levels to determine the requirements of their departments and the organization, ensuring that all project plans are adhered to.

Focus on continuous development and improvement for all plant systems, hardware, and software.

Follow and adhere to requirements of current customer quality and environmental management systems standards.

Abide by all plant health, safety and environmental rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.

Performs other related duties as required. 

05--Information Technology F--Permanent/Regular 


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