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Business Analyst in Richmond at Vaco

Date Posted: 2/9/2018

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Job Description

**Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. should apply. We cannot provide sponsorship at this time.**

Key Responsibilities:

It is the responsibility of the Business Analyst to act as the liaison between IT and the business users.

  • Maintain a consistent and constant flow of communication between the business users and IT.

Business Analysis/Project Management

  • Working with business leaders to achieve the best use of technology to attain business goals (both in efficiency and quality). Utilize both business and IT expertise to help business owners determine priorities.
  • Perform requirements gathering with the business user community for IT projects.
  • Analysis of business requirements in coordination with development managers to determine the best development approach/solution within the existing IT systems infrastructure.
  • Work with vendor to make sure project deadline are being met
  • Train Business users on the new system functionality
  • Ability to manage all projects and provide accurate time estimates for their individual work effort. Analysts are expected to meet time estimates they generate on a consistent basis with valid explanation when time estimates are missed.

System Maintenance/Training

  • Conduct/Oversee system training for business users as system enhancements are migrated to the production environment.
  • Provide production support and trouble-shooting assistance for system issues.
  • Work with IT and business units to generate ad hoc reports and data extracts using SQL.

Job Requirements:

  • Must have 4 college degree
  • Desire to achieve top-level customer service.
  • Good communication, organization and time-management skills.
  • Project Management experience
  • Positive mental attitude.
  • Perseverance and self-discipline. Ability to see things through to the end.
  • Working understanding of SQL databases and Transact query language.
  • Working understanding of the System Development Life Cycle.
  • Some Travel between Raleigh and Richmond.