Business Systems Analyst II
As a Business Systems Analyst II, your specific responsibilities include:
Review, analyze and refine business requests and ad hoc requirements, formulating system solutions to parallel overall business strategies.
Identify, analyze, and develop business requirements for proposed projects, including but not limited to, data and process flows, application design and usability.
Translate customer’s needs into business requirement documents that can be presented to management, customers, development teams and vendors.
Consider impact to current and future business environments and processes, assessing upstream & downstream effect of system and reporting changes.
Consult with various subject matter experts from RH business units, Field Accounting staff, branch locations, Field Service Center personnel, clients, users, or others to obtain business requirements as required.
Works with manager and/or Sr. Business Systems Analysts to deliver requirements.
Review and provide input on IT functional designs related to assigned areas.
Perform analysis on change management and presents findings to management.
Function as liaison between IT departments and business to ensure effective delivery of system changes.
Coordinate, monitor and support the activities of cross functional groups, the field and others involved in the user acceptance testing phase of the project life-cycle.
Perform intake of issues, validate and coordinate with IT for bug fix and retest.
Obtain migration approvals from executive management.
Develop user acceptance test plans associated with a variety of projects. The plans should include use cases, cross-team coordination requirements, data requirements, scenarios, timing considerations and expected results.
Develop and maintain training and support materials used to educate the user community on changes made to business applications and processes.
Support, coordinate and/or facilitate the training of users throughout the RHI and Protiviti organizations.
Provide support, including researching and resolving production issues in accordance with established service levels.
Troubleshoot issues by performing data analysis, database level SQL queries, and researching coded functionality.
Analyze, diagnose, define action and recommend, or as appropriate, work with IT to implement bug fixes and/or configuration changes.
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