Senior Technical Business Analyst

Technology Business Analysts are subject matter experts for a specific implementation of the GoldTier product called Org ID. They often serve as the main point of contact for our clients (an internal group of various business unit owners and business analysts), guiding them in designing and implementing solutions to complex business problems.

Using Agile methodology, we are constantly rapidly growing the product offering, and improving the capabilities of the core platform. Technology Business Analysts are exposed to the full software development life-cycle, but focused more on requirement gathering, design, and support.

This is an ideal role for a developer who is looking to move over into an functional position. Over time, Technology Analysts have the opportunity to increase their level of client exposure or to focus more on the technical development of the system.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing complex business objectives and requirements to design and implement solutions using tried and true best practices
  • Documenting solutions in a logical format that is easy to understand by both technical and non-technical individuals
  • Testing new features, configuration changes, data-manipulation scripts, and reporting capabilities
  • Providing extraordinary post-implementation support (including troubleshooting, maintenance and training)

Qualifications

  • 3 years of Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Technology experience
  • BA/BS in related field or equivalent work experience
  • Detail oriented, Self-motivated, Highly Accountable, Organized
  • Project management skills, including successful management of risks, issues, and their related mitigations
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Fast Learner
  • Travel requirements vary by client and project but typically less than 10%

Experiences with the following technologies are a plus:

  • Relational databases and SQL
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Javascript
  • Java
  • XML/JSON based Web Services
  • Web Application Infrastructure

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