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5 Months Approx
Either Go To Meeting Web Cam or In Person interview
The Business Analyst is responsible for the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization.
Years of Relevant Experience: 7 plus years
Preferred Education: 4 year college degree or equivalent and IIBA-certified Business Analyst.
Role Description: All roles specified in BA1 plus additional work experience, job knowledge, and IIBA certification.
The Business Analyst is responsible for the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders by recommending solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals in the following areas:
Service Delivery and Continual Service Improvement processes
Catalog Management business (for both changes of service and the creation of new catalogs (up to and exceeding 30 catalogs))
Sharepoint Application Administration
The ideal candidate will possess proven experience in initiating and leading meetings to coordinate workshops, gather and document requirements, ensure meetings remain on task and any necessary decisions are made. The candidate must be able to ask the right questions to guide discussions, ensuring desired outcomes. The ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail and accuracy, and possess a proven record of working both independently and in groups ranging from 4-5 to 20+ people. The candidate must also have the ability to work on multiple concurrent projects.
Tasks and skills associated include, but are not limited to:
Familiar with basic project management methodologies (Documenting Minutes; Tracking Action Items, Team assignments and Task Due Dates).
Formal requirements gathering and knowledge of methodologies.
Consult with the client to define needs or problems, conduct research, perform studies and surveys to obtain data, and analyze problems to advise on or recommend solutions
Conduct facilitated workshops for requirements analysis.
Developing Requirements Traceability Matrix - a cross matrix for recording the requirements through each stage of the requirements gathering process.
Developing Business Requirements - what the needed achievements will be, and the quality measures.
Developing Functional Requirements - describe what the system, process, or product/service must do in order to fulfill the business requirements.
Developing User (stakeholder) Requirements interpret the needs of the stakeholders to provide an accurate / concise deliverable for determination on how the product will be designed, developed, and how test cases must be formulated.
Create workflows using formal notation such as the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN).
Experienced developing graphic representations of complex business processes.
Developing Quality-of-Service (non-functional) Requirements requirements that do not perform a specific function for the business requirement, but are needed to support the functionality (i.e.: performance, scalability, quality of service (QoS), security and usability).
Developing Report Specifications - define the purpose of a report, its justification, attributes and columns, owners and runtime parameters.
Streamlining and developing efficient processes / process improvement based on user feedback.
Application Administrator for SharePoint, administering User IDs, Updating reports, and assisting in custom reports and views and updates.
Requires proven success communicating verbally and in writing to multiple project stakeholders internal and external to the organization.
Proficient with IT Tools (MS Office, Visio, PowerPoint, ITSM, etc).
Global Candidate Requirements
Certification and Screening Criteria
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