Business Analyst

Business Analyst

DUTIES: Determines operational objectives by studying business functions; gathering information; evaluating output requirements and formats.

  • Work directly with clients to understand the individual needs of the business.
  • Analyze current business processes and make recommendations for improvement based on industry trends.
  • Direct and lead the development team from project initiation through the delivery of final product.
  • Use a variety of data analysis and organization tools to discover the most impactful insights
  • Create high level BRD and submit to stake holders for review
  • Improve training and operational procedures within a business to increase efficiency and productivity
  • Understand the business requirements and transforming them into detail requirements.
  • Run complex SQL queries to review the results or generate reports for senior management.
  • Participate in sprint planning, backlog grooming, stakeholder meetings and software Demos.
  • Discuss with IT development team to ensure the team understands the user stories to avoid any re-work.
  • Remove blockers by actively working for responses from clients and other stake holders.
  • Help any organization/project to drive new ideas and implement new process.
  • Review the release notes shared by Product Owner and work with Change Management team to get ready for product release.
  • Perform UAT with clients and report any feedback to shareholders/DevOps team.
  • Analyzes the feasibility of, and develops requirements for, new systems ; ensures the system design fits the needs of the users.
  • Constructing workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities.
  • Defines project requirements by identifying project milestones, phases, and elements; forming project team; establishing project budget.
  • Provides references for users by writing and maintaining user documentation; providing support; training users.
  • Participates in user acceptance testing and testing of new system functionality.
  • Remove blockers by actively working for responses from clients and other stake holders.

REQUIREMENTS:    

  • At least 1-3 years of software Business Process Analysis.
  • 1-2 years’ experience on IBM AS400 and Web Technology UI Interface
  • 1 years of SQL Server database and DB2.400 database experience.
  • 1 year of manufacturing and healthcare experience.
  • Strong understanding of business statistics, data analysis, and reporting for an executive audience.
  • Time management and organizational skills; business requirement management techniques.
  • Excellent people management and negotiating skills
    Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Writes detailed functional test plans to ensure system changes work properly, existing processes remain unaffected, and the needs of the users are met.
  • Communicating with technical, business, and executive teams at all levels.
  • Advanced experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required
    Visio and tools is a bonus
  • Ability to balance competing priorities between project and non-project work
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher degree from an accredited school.

HOURS:   40 hours/week, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

CONTACT:     Email: hire@onedatasoftware.com

Job Category: Business Analyst
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Remote

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