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System Analyst
Ref No.: 17-00037
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Role: Full Time Role with a cutting edge Healthcare IT company.

Location: Atlanta, GA

No H1B's, only US Citizen or GreenCard holder or C2C OK - consultant must become full time after 6 months.

Role Requirements:
  • 7+ years of experience as systems analyst
  • Experience with SDLC
  • Experience with JAD (Joint Application Development sessions)
  • Experience interfacing with QA team, development team, end users and subject matter experts
  • Experience with SQL
  • Followed the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including Requirements/Analysis, Development/Design, Coding, Testing, UAT Testing, Implement databaseation, and Production Releases.
  • Acts as the customer / IT liaison during analysis, requirements definition and design activities
  • Ability to engage with users for documenting current operating procedures, and to specify program objectives.
  • Experienced with reviewing, analyzing and occasionally modifying systems including encoding, testing, debugging and installing to support application systems.
  • Experienced with writing documentation to describe custom configuration of applications and operating procedures to liaison with 3rd party application development consultants.
  • Knowledgeable on relational databases, web and client-server concepts, and be able to rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Implements computer system requirements by defining and analyzing system problems; designing and testing standards and solutions.
About You
Based on our experience, at least 3 of these characteristics should describe you.
  • You're in a systems analyst role now.
  • You want to move into a senior systems analyst and believe you're ready for it now.
  • You're acting as a leader now, teaching team members how to accomplish a variety of tasks.
  • You want to work where you can make a positive difference, helping the team improve process quality.
  • You enjoy reading and/or writing standards documents, user guides, deployment guides, etc.
  • You keep up with industry trends and best practices.
  • You have strong architectural opinions and you can defend them.
  • You can work with people who agree or disagree with you.
  • You can identify gaps in processes and lead people to fill the gaps by example.
  • You can indicate whether your feedback is a critical requirement or general advice.
  • You can handle multiple projects and changing priorities without skipping a beat.
  • You use your sense of humor to keep the atmosphere light.