IT Business Partner

Primary job role 

The IT Business Partner will be responsible for advising and supporting the assigned function and implementing an IT Functional Strategy across SBUs while aligning and prioritizing IT initiatives. The IT Business Partner will also work with the assigned functions in defining system initiatives and technology roadmaps, prioritizing change requests (CRs), initiating new projects, identifying and rolling out digitization and automation initiatives, and serving as an SME for all functional IT applications. 

Main duties and responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with functional leadership to understand business priorities and the function’s technology needs 
  • Facilitate IT roadmap development for the function along with the functional leadership team 
  • Prepare the business requirement proposal for new projects, including detailed requirements, budgets, and timelines 
  • Work with the function to articulate requirement and acceptance criteria of CRs/new projects, including identification of project risks and risk mitigation plans 
  • Act as an interface between the ICT team and the function, including finalization of project scope, and prioritization of functional IT initiatives 
  • Evaluate results of prototypes, including test results, scalability, and budgets 
  • Monitor the effective rollout of approved digitization and automation projects in coordination with the functional and concerned ICT teams across SBUs 
  • Stay updated on the technology trends in the market 
  • If required, work with the functional and ICT teams to prepare documentation 
  • Review and ensure documentation are available for functional applications  


  • 4 to 5 years of experience in one of the following domains 
  • Supply chain management 
  • Ops and engineering 
  • Human resources   


  • Degree or an equivalent professional qualification 

Behavioral competencies  

  • Communication 
  • Teamwork and collaboration  
  • Client orientation 
  • Results and execution orientation 
  • Analytical ability 
  • Decision making 


This job description is not intended, and should not be constructed, to be an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions as associated with a job. While this job description intended to an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.   

During the time, there is no one in the position above the particular job, the person will be responsible for playing a stretch role and conducting the duties that specific position 

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