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IT - Planning Analyst - Sr.
Ref No.: 18-11191
Location: San Francisco, California
IT - Planning Analyst - Sr.
Can work in San Ramon or San Francisco, CA or Sacramento, CA
22 months

Qualifications:

Has strong knowledge of business and financial planning, professional concepts as they apply to the IT organization, Strong business understanding of the IT organization, Advanced problem-solving skills, Work independently on small to medium projects as a project team member or occasionally as a project leader, Strong ability to multi-task, Demonstrate advanced organizational business understanding, Exercise independent judgment and discretion in matters of significance with broad scope from medium to high complexity, Perform assigned tasks of moderate to high complexity using established procedures, standards, and guidelines, Strong presentation and facilitation skills, Ability to communicate and recommend new processes and changes to gain organizational support, Strong cross-domain and cross-functional knowledge that will enable design of the best possible technology solutions, Extremely proficient with Microsoft Excel, Project, Visio, PowerPoint, and other

Responsibilities:
The IT Planning Analyst is key to the successful delivery of projects and initiatives, especially those aimed at improving employees' experience. The major project for this role is the "Improved Client Experience” or "ICE” initiative. ICE is focused on making internal technological improvements to help make the clients employees work more efficiently. The IT Planning Analyst ensures successful tracking, delivery, and reportingof all ICE projects. In addition, this individual assists Portfolio Architects and leadership by identifying tools that help better communicate and organize outcome, assist with asset inventory initiatives, and produce ongoing reports for upper management. The ideal candidate is extremely organized, detail-oriented and keeps up to date with the latest technology trends in the industry. He/she understands how to frame problems, bring various groups together focused on a common goal, and utilize tools such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project