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Business Analyst

Overview:

A client of ASD located in Tallahassee, Florida is actively seeking a Business Analyst to join their team. The selected individual for this role will be assigned to the client's Office of Information Technology (OIT) to analyze and recommend process and solution improvements for their main division. Please see below for further details in regards to responsibilities, requirements and deliverables.

Responsibilities:

  • Business analysis, planning, and monitoring.
  • Elicitation
  • Gather, analyze, and communicate.
  • Solution assessment and validation.
  • Work with the OIT to gather business requirements.
  • Develop or enhance project and technical documentation.
  • Follow the OIT’s administrative policies and procedures.
  • Follow the client's ISDM and perform required tasks.
  • Provide system analysis, design, and programming support, and/or implementation support for applications.

Deliverables:

  • Facilitation of team and client meetings.
  • Delivers informative, well-organized presentations
  • Understands how to communicate difficult or sensitive information, tactfully.
  • Demonstrates respect for users, customers, and contractors.
  • Strong analytical and product management skills required, including a thorough understanding of how to interpret customer business needs and translate them into application and operational requirements.
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills, including the proven ability to adapt to a dynamic project environment and manage multiple projects, simultaneously.
  • Identifies critical issues with ease.
  • Exhibits confidence and an extensive knowledge of emerging industry practices when solving business problems.
  • Demonstrates experience with business process design.
  • Demonstrates experience planning and estimating work.
  • Demonstrates experience with creating business cases.
  • Possesses the understanding of application support, service delivery and system design.
  • Demonstrates experience working with users to gather and document business requirement.

Preferred Experience: 

  • Business Analysis certified (e.g., CCBA, CBAP, PMI-PBA)
  • Demonstrates experience in business process design and data analyst roles for support of enterprise level COTS systems of a large scale with specific configurations
  • Demonstrates experience with case management, licensing, and scheduling systems
  • Highly knowledgeable in integration methods
  • Demonstrates experience with MS Access
  • Demonstrates experience developing applications for the OIT or FCCS

Education Requirement: 

College diploma or university degree in business, commerce or information technology and at least 5 years of business analysis work.

Advanced Systems Design, Inc. is:

A leading Information Technology provider for Federal, State & Local government agencies.
A certified minority-owned small business government contractor with capabilities related to Public Health IT, Criminal Justice, Transportation and Defense. 
A certified service-disabled veteran-owned company with a proud 37+ year track record of providing successful innovative solutions for our government customers.

Our Employees:

Our employees are actively working on next-generation technology projects with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and a wide array of Federal, State and Local agencies throughout the United States. They are eligible for wide-ranging benefits and perks, including but not limited to:

  • Comprehensive Health Insurance with PPO and HDHP/HSA options 
  • Dental Insurance 
  • Vision Insurance 
  • Short/Long-Term Disability 
  • Group Life Insurance - Company Paid 
  • Voluntary Life Insurance 
  • 401(k) Plan with Employer Match 
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation/Sick) 
  • Holiday Pay - Company Paid Federal Holidays 
  • Tuition Assistance 
  • Professional Certification Incentive Plan 
  • Employee Referral Plan 
  • Technology Exposure

For additional information regarding Advanced Systems Design, please check out our website at: www.asd-web.com

 

 

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