ERP Analyst Specialist

National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA) is a leading creator, marketer, and global distributor of licensed consumer products based on some of the world’s most recognizable movies, video games, comic books, and pop culture. The NECA group of entities includes game developer and publisher WizKids, urban vinyl icon Kidrobot, and Joseph Enterprises, Inc., the creator of Chia Pet, The Clapper and other iconic American products.

NECA is hiring an ERP Analyst/Specialist! We are seeking a technical and organized individual with strong analytical skills who thrives in a highly entrepreneurial and collaborative environment to join NECA. This role will partner closely with various teams across the entire organization and be responsible for implementing, maintaining, and supporting the company wide ERP system.

LOCATION: New Jersey Office (In-person)


Primary Responsibilities

• Work closely with project manager to successfully complete implementation and configuration of the ERP system.

• Collaborate with IT partners and internal business stakeholders to ensure all key business requirements are met in ERP functionality.

• Facilitate data migration and structuring of database into new ERP system.

• Create and document new business process workflows.

• Maintain ERP system and work together with business teams to update system with evolving needs.



• Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or relevant work experience.

• 2+ years’ experience in a technical role of business system analysis or consulting experience in a top ERP system.

• Successfully completed ERP implementation projects.

• Experience with coding languages, data queries, and manipulating large data sets.

• Familiarity with EDI exchange/vendor onboarding is a plus.

• Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word / Excel / Access / Power Point).

• Knowledge of consumer goods, retail, distribution, and light manufacturing is a plus

• Strong work ethic, ability to self-manage, and a team player.

• Excellent problem-solving skills and strong analytical abilities.


We’re always looking for awesome new talent and if you’re a hard-working, problem-solving team player, you’ll fit right in! At NECA, we all work together to get the job done. Our fast-paced environment requires constant communication and coordination between all departments such as sales, logistics, graphic design, business development and product management. With endless opportunities, your imagination is your only limitation.


We offer a casual work environment, competitive salary, medical benefits, and 401K plan.

Join us and be a part of our growth!

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