• Business Analyst

    Location US-CA-Thousand Oaks
    Posted Date 2 months ago(8/10/2018 5:48 PM)
    Req #
    # Positions
    Information Technology (US) - Business & Systems Analysis
  • Overview

    The Business Analyst II will be responsible for leading or assisting requirements elicitation for major projects and leading smaller projects through to completion. They develop a productive partnership with business stakeholders and technical team members. They ensure that the IT solution reflects the functionality necessary to achieve business goals (e.g. reduction in costs, increased efficiencies, launch new products). They gather requirements for projects by conducting interviews, work flow analysis, process analysis, and observation sessions. They create clear and concise requirements and workflow documents. They assist in business adoption and change management activities.

    Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities

    The job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Technical knowledge of systems supporting business procedures, processes and data
    • Documentation and presentation of business and functional requirements
    • Documentation of workflows

    Qualifications & Education

    Any combination equivalent to, but not limited to, the following:


    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university with an emphasis in IT disciplines required
    • Three years of commerical experience as a Business Analyst preferred
    • Working experience with remote locations on multiple projects preferred
    • BA certification such as CCBA, CBAP or an International Diploma in Business Analysis preferrred
    • Experience with data warehousing, relational, and dimension data models preferred
    • Experience with implementing business intelligence solutions such as Cognos (or similar BI tools) preferred
    • Knowledge of writing SQL queries preferred


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