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Description:BUSANL: Consults with internal customers and external vendors to capture agreed-upon business objectives and processes. Performs research and fact-finding to determine business requirements for development of end-user programs, operational procedures and support. Communicates these processes and their implications to technical and non-technical contributors to ensure that applications accurately meet business users' goals. Business Analysts create system requirements, collaborating with the design teams to determine that application, database, & other system impacts based on the requirements. The Business Analyst works closely with other members of the technical teams to ensure all requirements are addressed in the solution design. 1-Facilitate creation of Business Requirements following a traditional approach, or using the Business Process and Analysis (BPA) methodology as determined by the project sponsor 2-Manage Scoring (approving) and Claiming processes with Business and Technology stakeholders to review and refine business requirements and use cases to ensure they are clear, concise and traceable; and to ensure business requirements will be satisfied by the appropriate teams / applications. 3-Identify project stakeholders, risks and benefits of alternate designs; document assumptions; assess project impact of system changes to users, internal and external customers 4-Develop System Requirements (SRQs), including process flows and use cases 5-Conduct SRQ reviews with project stakeholders and document consumers to ensure completeness and adherence to business requirements 6-Consult with internal customers, cross-functional team members and external vendors to capture agreed-upon business objectives and processes to define system requirements 7-Update and map SRQs to Business Requirements in the Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) 8-Review Architecture, Engineering and Application Development designs and QA / UAT test plans to ensure requirements are met and the RTM is updated as required 9-Provide BA support for software testing and debugging plans to ensure requirements are met 10-Provide status reporting for project progress, issues, dependencies and risks 11-Level I: 12-Typically performs smaller chunks of work or is one of many analysts on a project 13-Work is reviewed with frequent process checks during larger projects 14-Sphere of relationship and influence is primarily within the work team 15-Level II 16-Where knowledge may not be readily available, incumbents at this level know how & where to research and what information is necessary to document 17-Knowledge of the business may be deep in one functional area with surface understanding of other functional area. 18-Sphere of relationship and influence is primarily within the team & with key stakeholders 19-Level III 20-Proactively analyzes and documents solutions 21-Identifies risks/pitfalls and articulates possible options 22-Participates in business strategy & portfolio level discussions 23-Knowledge of the business may be deep in one functional area with broad understanding of other functional areas. 24-Knowledge sharing and mentoring of lower level team members is customary 25-Sphere of relationship and influence is within team, with key stakeholders & with senior management 26-May facilitate meetings 27-Level IV 28-Proactive and avoids costly risks by providing optimal solutions 29-Maintains an awareness of industry standards and advances knowledge base of functional areas. 30-Serves as primary consultant to business owners for solutions in lieu of external consultation 31-Participates and provides input in business strategy & portfolio level discussions 32-Knowledge of the business is deep in more than one functional area with broad understanding of most functional areas. 33-Knowledge sharing and mentoring of lower level team members is expected 34-Sphere of relationship and influence is with all levels of the organization 35-Identifies risks/pitfalls and articulates possible options 36-Provides guidance to business and is considered a go to person for the business function 37-Participates in vendor demonstrations, evaluations, and selection: may respond to RFP 38-Facilitates meetings Typical Training / Experience - Typically requires BS/BA or Associates degree in related discipline; Generally 2-5 years of experience in related field; certification is required in some areas OR MS/MA and generally 2-4 years of experience in related field. Certification is required in some areas Dept/Org Scope & Impact - Fully competent and productive professional contributor, working independently on larger, moderately complex projects/assignments that have direct impact on department and area results Problem Complexity - Performs full range of standard professional level work that typically requires processing and interpreting, Identifies problems and possible solutions and takes appropriate action to resolve more complex, less clearly-defined issues. Demonstrates skill in data analysis techniques by resolving missing/incomplete information or inconsistencies/anomalies in more complex research/data Autonomy - Nature of work requires increasing independence; receives guidance only on unusual complex problems or issues; Work review typically involves periodic review of output by supervisor and/or direct 'customers' of the process Knowledge - Possesses and applies a broad knowledge of principles, practices, and procedures of particular field of specialization to the completion of moderately complex assignments. Solid knowledge of organization's technologies and practices Influence/People Leadership - May provide general guidance/direction or train junior level support and professional personnel

Description:BUSANL: Consults with internal customers and external vendors to capture agreed-upon business objectives and processes. Performs research and fact-finding to determine business requirements for development of end-user programs, operational procedures and support. Communicates these processes and their implications to technical and non-technical contributors to ensure that applications accurately meet business users' goals. Business Analysts create system requirements, collaborating with the design teams to determine that application, database, & other system impacts based on the requirements. The Business Analyst works closely with other members of the technical teams to ensure all requirements are addressed in the solution design. 1-Facilitate creation of Business Requirements following a traditional approach, or using the Business Process and Analysis (BPA) methodology as determined by the project sponsor 2-Manage Scoring (approving) and Claiming processes with Business and Technology stakeholders to review and refine business requirements and use cases to ensure they are clear, concise and traceable; and to ensure business requirements will be satisfied by the appropriate teams / applications. 3-Identify project stakeholders, risks and benefits of alternate designs; document assumptions; assess project impact of system changes to users, internal and external customers 4-Develop System Requirements (SRQs), including process flows and use cases 5-Conduct SRQ reviews with project stakeholders and document consumers to ensure completeness and adherence to business requirements 6-Consult with internal customers, cross-functional team members and external vendors to capture agreed-upon business objectives and processes to define system requirements 7-Update and map SRQs to Business Requirements in the Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) 8-Review Architecture, Engineering and Application Development designs and QA / UAT test plans to ensure requirements are met and the RTM is updated as required 9-Provide BA support for software testing and debugging plans to ensure requirements are met 10-Provide status reporting for project progress, issues, dependencies and risks 11-Level I: 12-Typically performs smaller chunks of work or is one of many analysts on a project 13-Work is reviewed with frequent process checks during larger projects 14-Sphere of relationship and influence is primarily within the work team 15-Level II 16-Where knowledge may not be readily available, incumbents at this level know how & where to research and what information is necessary to document 17-Knowledge of the business may be deep in one functional area with surface understanding of other functional area. 18-Sphere of relationship and influence is primarily within the team & with key stakeholders 19-Level III 20-Proactively analyzes and documents solutions 21-Identifies risks/pitfalls and articulates possible options 22-Participates in business strategy & portfolio level discussions 23-Knowledge of the business may be deep in one functional area with broad understanding of other functional areas. 24-Knowledge sharing and mentoring of lower level team members is customary 25-Sphere of relationship and influence is within team, with key stakeholders & with senior management 26-May facilitate meetings 27-Level IV 28-Proactive and avoids costly risks by providing optimal solutions 29-Maintains an awareness of industry standards and advances knowledge base of functional areas. 30-Serves as primary consultant to business owners for solutions in lieu of external consultation 31-Participates and provides input in business strategy & portfolio level discussions 32-Knowledge of the business is deep in more than one functional area with broad understanding of most functional areas. 33-Knowledge sharing and mentoring of lower level team members is expected 34-Sphere of relationship and influence is with all levels of the organization 35-Identifies risks/pitfalls and articulates possible options 36-Provides guidance to business and is considered a go to person for the business function 37-Participates in vendor demonstrations, evaluations, and selection: may respond to RFP 38-Facilitates meetings Typical Training / Experience - Typically requires BS/BA or Associates degree in related discipline; Generally 2-5 years of experience in related field; certification is required in some areas OR MS/MA and generally 2-4 years of experience in related field. Certification is required in some areas Dept/Org Scope & Impact - Fully competent and productive professional contributor, working independently on larger, moderately complex projects/assignments that have direct impact on department and area results Problem Complexity - Performs full range of standard professional level work that typically requires processing and interpreting, Identifies problems and possible solutions and takes appropriate action to resolve more complex, less clearly-defined issues. Demonstrates skill in data analysis techniques by resolving missing/incomplete information or inconsistencies/anomalies in more complex research/data Autonomy - Nature of work requires increasing independence; receives guidance only on unusual complex problems or issues; Work review typically involves periodic review of output by supervisor and/or direct 'customers' of the process Knowledge - Possesses and applies a broad knowledge of principles, practices, and procedures of particular field of specialization to the completion of moderately complex assignments. Solid knowledge of organization's technologies and practices Influence/People Leadership - May provide general guidance/direction or train junior level support and professional personnel

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