Ref No.: 16-00021
Location: oaks, Pennsylvania
Location: OAKS PA
We are only looking for financial derivative BUSINESS AND QUALITY ANALYST
pay rate is 45/hr CTC not more than this.

Responsibilities include:
  • Active participation on a Scrum Team following all facets of the Agile Delivery Process.
  • Establish relationships within the internal and external business community.
  • Work with development project teams with regards to user stories, quality assurance acceptance criteria, and product rollout.
  • Both independently and as a member of design team complete assignments of moderate to high complexity and risk.
  • Proactively recommend innovations and modifications that are in compliance with industry requirements and are consistent with corporate objectives and goals to improve operational processes, systems, policies and procedures.
  • Interaction with prospects, clients and industry representatives in gathering business requirements and ensure that end deliverables meet original client needs.
  • Review, analyze, evaluate and recommend business systems, component applications and user needs.
  • Document/communicate key decisions, open issues, case studies, workflow and functional requirements.
  • Support scrum masters, product owners and senior level analysts on various projects.
  • Drive quality assurance with creation and execution of acceptance tests as needed.

Required:
  • Ability to work comfortably with a wide range of people and skill sets, including architects, project managers, analysts, designers and developers
  • Knowledgeable in business domain (desirable to have a background in Business Analysis)
  • Detail oriented with the ability to organize and prioritize tasks to ensure timely delivery of the Sprints/PSI's.
  • Strong Process orientation
  • Understanding of Agile principals and the ability to learn the foundations of SAFe.
  • Experience with iterative development processes, quality and testing best practices.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, or equivalent relevant experience.
  • Grasp of good user experience design principles and business trade-offs