Business Systems Analyst
Job Description Summary
The primary objective of a Business Systems Analyst (BSA) is to translate user requirements to detailed system analysis documents for systems that solve business problems.
* Translates high level business requirements into functional specifications for development team and manages changes to such specifications.
* Analyzes business partner’s operations to understand their strengths and weaknesses to determine opportunities to automate and optimize processes and functions.
* Creates requirements documents, use cases, workflow diagrams, test scripts, support manual materials, and other related documentation.
* Develops quality assurance and testing guidelines for new software implementation and product enhancements. Coordinates User Acceptance Testing with customer stakeholders.
* Performs system testing as needed for new products and production fixes.
* Manages small projects or portions of larger projects.
* Assists in the business process redesign and documentation, as applicable, for new technology.
* Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration or other related field.
* 5-8+ years of relevant systems analyst and/or business analysis experience
* Understands technology trends in the industry and uses this knowledge to develop innovation solutions to enhance CCC’s competitive edge
* Excellent written communication skills - documentation, presentations, and flowcharts
* Excellent verbal communication skills - communicate w/business partners, internal audiences, technical analysts, developers, & other cross functional staff
* Business requirements authoring/management, Use Case Authoring, Workflow Diagramming, Data Dictionary Authoring, Basic Project Planning and Management
* Working knowledge of all aspects of Microsoft Office suite of products.
* Experience with Databases with expertise in pulling reports using SQL and providing meaningful metrics
Knowledge of the following:
* System development life cycle
* Database environments
* Customer workflow
* Business workflow (dependent on functional area)
* Existing and emerging technologies
* Tools to troubleshoot and resolve issues
* Continuous Integration
* Test Driven Development