Senior Business Analyst

The Business Analyst will play a key liaison role between IT and the business function, and will play a key role in the execution of projects for the specified business area. The Business Analyst will be responsible for managing business requirements, assisting with the definition of test scenarios, the development of business cases, and the evaluation of alternate solutions in support of business needs.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
oBusiness Analyst will be responsible for leading business process maps and leading interviews with business areas, and identifying and validating business needs and requirements.
oParticipate and in some cases lead requirements workshops/JAD sessions to identify business needs and requirements
oProduce detailed requirements documents, including use cases and requirements traceability matrices
Basic Qualification:
oMinimum Bachelor's degree in Information Technology
oFour years of enterprise experience within an IT function, at a global level, performing the following:
oWorking as a member of a small team in a very dynamic environment
oWorking with clients in formal requirements gathering sessions (e.g., JAD sessions), as well as informal requirements sessions (e.g., one-on-one meetings)
oProducing detailed requirements documents, including use cases and requirements traceability matrices
oMinimum five years of experience in the associated business functions or related IT systems
oUnderstanding of IT technologies, and various IT functions
Preferred Qualification:
oMBA / Masters Degree
o7-10 years of experience in an IT organization with significant business/customer interaction
oStrong interpersonal skills.
oAnalytical and persuasive skills. Excellent communication (oral and written).
oHolds oneself and others accountable
oOpen to new ideas, and has maturity in decision-making.
oRequirements Definition and documentation
oStructured Analysis
oBusiness Process re-engineering
oBusiness Acumen
oUser Support & Training
oOther traits: Creativity, Synthesis, Facilitation, Communication

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