Business Analyst

Location: Washington, DC
Date Posted: 07-19-2017
 
Government Agency is currently seeking a Full Time Business Analyst to provide onsite support in Washington, DC.
The Role:
  • Provide functional advisory application support
  • Employ proactive and strategic approaches to design to cultivate synergies between standards, models and methodologies
  • Attend requirement gathering meetings
  • Capture & write detailed requirements documents for activities related to supporting the applications
  • Establish strong working relationships with architecture, developers and management resources to ensure that delivered functionality exceeds customer expectations b
  • Support troubleshooting, testing and training activities, to include test cases for user acceptance testing
  • Provide system demonstrations and walkthroughs to include functional review boards and customer forums
  • Prepare training materials for new functionality to be used by end-users
  • Utilize the Program’s Ticketing System to create and capture the details pertaining to a defect, change request or tasks
  • Update Requirements Matrix with new approved functional requirements
  • Provide detailed descriptions of any and all potential problems capable of impacting the project work or completion schedule with planned remedies to mitigate the potential problems.
What you need to bring to the table:
  • 5+ years of experience analyzing business and functional requirements (8+ years for senior)
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience developing business process flow diagrams and Use Cases to support functional specifications
  • Ability to utilize out-of-the-box critical thinking to ensure the solution being delivered challenges requirements so functionality is optimized and requirements are streamlined
  • Hands on experience compiling requirements matrix that captures detailed functional and technical requirements for activities related to supporting the application and cloud platform
  • Experience participating in daily scrum, sprint planning, testing, retrospective and sprint reviews
  • Ability to provide detailed descriptions of on-going and planned project activities
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience providing descriptions of tasks accomplished during the week, as well as a detailed description of any and all problems that have occurred during the week and the corrective action needed to rectify the problem and preclude reoccurrence of the problems
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Clearance Required: US Citizen - Must be able to obtain "Public Trust" level clearance.
 
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