Business Analyst

Responsibilities

Business Analysis  (90%)

  • Elicit requirements and critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts, decompose high-level information into details, abstract up from low-level information to a general understanding, and distinguish user and client requests from the underlying true needs.
  • Requirements Lifecycle Management including tracing, maintaining, prioritizing, and assessing requirements; approving requirements with stakeholders.
  • Strategy Analysis including analyzing current state, defining future state, assessing risk, and defining a change strategy.
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition including specify and model requirements, verify, validate, define requirements architecture; define solution options, and analyze potential value and recommended solutions. Use requirements to drive the design or review of test cases, process change requests, and manage the scope of a project’s elicited requirements, acceptance, installation and deployment.
  • Identify and present opportunities to improve a client’s business or development processes
  • Work closely with stakeholders to lead them through the business analysis process, help them adopt new processes and procedures and to educate them on business process best practices.
  • Collaborate with UX designers to interpret customer needs and translate them into business and functional requirements.
  • Collaborate with software engineers to ensure what was defined is what gets developed, tested, and delivered in the most efficient way possible.
  • Foster long term relationships to ensure project success.

Sales Support - (10%)

  • Work alongside Client Growth Team with new or existing clients to define and confirm client needs.
  • Identify and document the business needs and ensure that the proposed solution adds value to the client.

Skills/Experience

  • A professional with 5+ years of experience in a Business Analyst role
  • A clever problem solver with the ability to think on your feet 
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced, self-directed work environment.
  • Able to quickly understand high-level customer needs and identify pre-requisite and adjacent tasks, features, and requirements.
  • A thorough understanding of the difference between and how to use business requirements, stakeholder requirements, solution requirements (functional and nonfunctional), and transition requirements
  • Familiarity with the Business Analysis Book of Knowledge including the 6 knowledge areas and their related tasks, inputs, outputs, and elements:
    • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring.
    • Requirements Elicitation.
    • Requirements Management and Communication.
    • Enterprise Analysis.
    • Requirements Analysis.
    • Solution Assessment and Validation.


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