- This position will act as a liaison between business users and technology staff to identify, prioritize, and complete systems projects for the assigned areas of responsibility. This includes completion of assigned projects of low to moderate complexity through utilization of a standard system development life cycle methodology, to include definition of project scope, requirements elicitation, analysis, and business design, requirements traceability, participation in testing strategies, test case creation, test reviews, defect resolution, and post-production follow-up. The Corticon Analyst role must build, demonstrate, and maintain a detailed knowledge of the business functions, processes, and controls in place within the assigned area of responsibility from an end-user point of view and must be able to bridge business needs with system capabilities needed to support these business needs
Education and Experience Required:
- Typically a Bachelor’s degree in a technical or business discipline or equivalent experience and a minimum of 2 years of related experience or a Master’s degree and up to two years of experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
- 2 or more years experience.
- Essential: requirements determination using structured techniques for documentation, analysis, evaluation/validation; decomposition of high-level information into details; abstracting low-level information; distinguishing requests vs needs; distinguishing requirements vs solutions; classifying/prioritizing requirements; requirements change management and traceability; identifying risks; applying creativity to solving complex problems; building relationships and working collaboratively; effective verbal/written communication; experience in an industry domain.
- Specialized: developing structured user manuals and training; business rules modeling; develop and executing acceptance test plans.
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