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Business Analyst

The Business Analyst will assist the project team in defining requirements and test plans, cases and scenarios for the necessary configuration/customization changes to Oracle Utilities solutions, supporting client requirements. 

Business Analyst will work as part of a small to medium sized team throughout the entire software development life cycle.  This will include facilitating requirements discussions with business subject matter experts, documentation requirements, documenting test strategies and plans, defining test cases and scenarios, testing software modifications, developing client-specific user training, training clients, managing change requests, and providing functional support to the technical team throughout implementation.

Requires 75% travel on-site to work with our clients face to face spending Monday through Thursday on the road.  The location of clients varies, but is generally within the United States.  International projects may be available.

**No relocation is needed but travel to clients' sites is a must** 

A typical Day Might Include the Following

  • Understanding business process management and business requirements of the customers and translating them to specific software requirements
  • Documenting and analyzing the required information and data
  • Evaluating the information gathered through workshops and surveys, business process description and task analysis
  • Owning the development of the business and functional requirements documentation
  • Effectively communicating with internal teams and external clients to deliver functional requirements like GUI, screen, interface and business process or workflow designs
  • Interpreting the business needs and translating to the development team, acting as a liaison between the client and development team
  • Translating technical issues so that project stakeholders can easily understand any issues that come up during design and development
  • Acting as an interface between business units, technology teams and support teams

Requirements Include the Following:

Education and Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Information Science or Business
  • Knowledge of the complete SDLC
  • Technical experience or a functional understanding of HTML, XML, XSL, XSLT and PL/SQL
  • Technical experience or a functional understanding of Java, JavaScript, ASP.NET, ASP, C#.NET, and VB.NET

Skills and Specifications:

  • Ability to travel 75% of the time (Monday through Thursday on client site)
  • Ability to define, document and review project requirements and use cases
  • Create and comprehend requirements documentation
  • Ability to write QA documents (test plans, procedures, test reports)
  • Ability to work as part of a team, maintain a good work ethic, be a self-starter
  • Proven ability to build, manage and foster a team-oriented environment
  • Ability to successfully coordinate and communicate with near-shore and off-shore resources
  • Ability to be flexible and re-prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent leadership and management skills
  • Strong sense of task ownership and self-motivation

Preferred/Highly Desirable:

  • Familiarity with XML, and OUAF framework, HP ALM
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Strong functional knowledge of utility operations and business processes
  • Deep experience supporting or implementing AMI, MDM, CIS, and integrated system
  • Problem solver, ability to troubleshoot and breakdown complex issues into an actionable progression of tasks

 

RCC is an EOE.  Only qualified candidates will elicit a response. 

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