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Business Analyst - Technical
Ref No.: 18-06226
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
This Business Analyst Contractor role: This Techncial Business Analyst will act as a lead in providing application design guidance and consultation, utilizing a thorough understanding of applicable technology, tools and existing designs. Works closely with business partners to evaluate business requirements and write Functional System Design documentation. Collaborates with technical staff, business users, and other project team members to ensure delivery of quality solutions that meet the business needs, perform efficiently, and have minimal defects. Participates in efficient development, delivery and deployment. This includes analysis, design, development, unit testing, and quality assurance throughout the entire software development life cycle.

This Analyst is also responsible for assuring security and compliance requirements are met, overseeing overall systems testing and the migration of platforms and applications to production.

•7+ years of business systems analysis or design experience, writing Functional System Design documents (FSD's)
•3+ years of experience writing Functional System Design documents (FSD's) on complex technical projects
•Proven understanding of development and project methodologies used to deliver highly complex projects
•Experience with formalized SDLC processes in a regulated industry from business requirements through implementation, including separation of duty and formal documentation
•Demonstrated ability to translate complex business needs into technical requirements
•Previous project management experience
•Strong analytical skills with high attention to detail and accuracy
•Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
•Ability to work effectively in a team environment across all organizational levels, multiple locations and multiple time zones
•Advanced project tracking and delivery tools (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
•Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science or related field