Business Analyst

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Envisage Information Systems is looking for a Business Analyst to join our team. If you have experience in the retirement industry as a Business Analyst, we want to meet you! As a Business Analyst, you will gather requirements and analyze them in light of systems' functionality and capability. You will interface with internal and external customers to determine feasibility, negotiate solutions and produce high quality project deliverables.
Analyze aspects of a client's operations to formulate requirements that will translate to technical specifications and finally system programming that improves performance and profitability of the client's related function.
Review existing processes, determine business processes and workflow.
Lead meetings with customer and conduct interviews with users to elicit and clarify requirements.
Document and communicate process, procedure, findings and analysis.
Produce detailed functional designs for business users, development, and QA.
Estimate level of effort for Business Analysis activity and provide input to Project Management.
Actively participate in all phases of the project lifecycle and work closely with a variety of stakeholders to ensure that business requirements are met.
Assist in managing customer expectations, including negotiating on priorities and solution alternatives.
In depth retirement industry knowledge and experience or 5 . years of experience as a Business Analyst in a software development organization.
Bachelor's Degree; experience could be considered in lieu of degree.
Excellent organizational and communication skills; must be dynamic, articulate, positive and engaging.
Self-starter; able to work independently with a minimum of supervision.
Date: 2014-04-29
Country: US
State: NY
City: Ithaca
Postal Code: 14850
Category: Information Technology

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