The main function of a business analyst is to elicit and document business requirements in order to support the delivery of business solutions, which may include a technology component, but may also consist of process improvement, or organizational change. A typical business analyst is responsible for assessing, documenting and validating business user requirements, including current/future state process maps, business use cases, non-functional requirements, data and reporting requirements.
• Leads Requirements Management/work packages for Tier 5 low to moderate risk and regulatory projects or initiatives and may contribute to Tier 3-4 projects.
• Clarify problem and/or opportunity statements from business units.
• Work collaboratively with technology partners, operational areas, vendors, and business stakeholders to plan, elicit, analyze, document, communicate and manage business requirements.
• Support project delivery, testing and implementation activities to deliver business benefits and achieve business results/objectives.
• Apply best practices for effective communication, relationship management and problem-solving with stakeholders/partners.
• Interview or survey workers, observe job performance or perform the job to thoroughly understand the impacts of the proposed change.
• Consult with management to ensure agreement on articulation of requirements.
• 2-4 yrs Business Analyst exp. with Access mgt (requirements & processes)
• Exp. from finance industry
• Exp. with transformational projects
• Exp. with technology operations
• Able to work in in Dieppe (metropolitan area of Moncton, New Brunswick
Nice to have:
• BA certification
• Verbal and written communication skills, problem solving skills, attention to detail and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work independently and manage ones time.
• Sound to Advanced knowledge of business analysis, project delivery practices and standards across the project life-cycle.
• Some knowledge of business process management techniques and principles involved in production of BPM drawings and models.
• Undergraduate degree