Serve as a Business Systems Analyst for the ITS department, which provides staffing for university wide analytical initiatives and technology projects, including major systems implementations. This position will complete complex business analysis and work as part of software implementation project teams, including doing business process redesign. This role will analyze business problems and identify opportunities, provide problem definition and recommendations of process redesign and technology alternatives. The Business Systems Analyst will be highly skilled and knowledgeable of industry best practices in the area of business systems analysis insuring that the delivered solutions and associated artifacts meet business requirements, while adhering to university technical and governance standards.The Business Systems Analyst will provide support on systems implementation project teams in addition to stand alone analytical efforts. The percentage of time working as part of a project implementation team will vary based on university business needs. This position will serve as needed on projects applying their strong business knowledge to insure successful implementation projects. This role will require engaging with key stakeholders and functional experts throughout the University.Responsibilities include defining and documenting both current and future state business processes, new system requirements, screen configuration, report specifications, functional specifications for system use cases, supervising converted data testing, functional testing, supervising the development of an appropriate training strategy and materials, providing initial support to the business community at product roll-out time, and working with the operational management of new systems to design and establish an ongoing business systems analysis support strategy, supported by documented policies and procedures for the operational system.
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