Federal - Agile Business Analyst
Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Riverdale, MD
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The Agile Business Analyst will assist in Product Owner engagement, backlog management, and acceptance criteria definition. The Agile Business Analyst will also serve as a knowledgeable resource in advising the (Scrum) Team on tools and techniques to improve the development, collection, analysis, and reporting of information. The project is focused on system-to-system web service interaction across multiple organizations.
- Develop and diagram business processes by working side by side with the customer and other analysts.
- Work with client teams and stakeholders to discover and categorize high-level user stories for the development teams including acceptance criteria.
- Experience with Vertical Slicing and knowledge of the processes and procedures required to maintain focus on Vertical Slices.
- Work with Scrum Master/Development Manager and the Scrum teams to size and split discovered user stories.
- Engage with Product Owner to prioritize sized user stories.
- Facilitate continuous improvement within the system.
- Support assigned Scrum Team in developing test cases and test scripts (automated and manual), based on acceptance criteria, in support of test driven development.
- Facilitate communication between Product Owner and the developers on the assigned Scrum Team.
- Assist Scrum Master/Development Manager in facilitating sprint planning sessions, reviews, and retrospectives.
- Facilitate internal and external awareness and knowledge of Scrum, Agile, and XP.
- Build client trust and respect, establish client relationships, and develop rapport with client.
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