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Business Analyst

Company Name:
Sprocket Professional Services
Job Description for Experienced Business Analyst:

Seeking an Experienced Business Analyst for a new company in Red Bank New Jersey. The ideal candidate must have a minimum 3-5 years experience as a Business Analyst, preferably on Web-based projects.


Requirements for Business Analyst:

? Minimum 3-5 years experience as a Business Analyst, preferably on Web-based
projects
? Minimum 7 years in the industry
? Minimum 2 years team lead experience
? Strong background in Business requirements/agile story writing
? Understanding of both waterfall and agile development
? Considerable understanding of basic SDLC
? Excellent requirements gathering, analysis and solution skills

Desired Skills for Business Analyst:
? Be able to handle multiple assignments
? Must be able to lead teams and effectively interact with all levels of management
? Design knowledge a plus
? Proven track record in meeting deadlines
? Proficiency in Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
? Experience with change control analysis
? Good understanding of project management methodologies
? Analyst certification is a plus but not required
Responsibilities
? A business analyst works as a liaison among stakeholders in order to elicit, analyze,
communicate and validate requirements for changes to business processes, policies and
information systems.
? The business analyst understands business problems and opportunities in the context of
the requirements and recommends solutions that enable the organization to achieve its
goals.
? Responsible for the analysis and research of specific business functions with the ability
to create effective solutions.
? Day to Day ownership of requirements delivery based on business needs and project
timelines.

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