Lead Business Analyst with Agile, waterfall, RTM, RFP analysis, use cases, QA testing and training experience

Job ID: PA-635342 (95690901)

Lead Business Analyst with Agile, waterfall, RTM, RFP analysis, use cases, QA testing and training experience

Location: Harrisburg, PA (F&B)
Duration: 9 months.

Experience using formal requirements gathering methodologies Required 7 Years
4 year college degree or equivalent. Required
Experience developing business, functional, and non-functional requirements Required 7 Years
Experience developing Requirements Traceability Matrix Required 7 Years
Must be detialed orinentated Required

The position will be a liaison between IT programmers and the biologists in Bureau of Fisheries. Requirements gathering for scientific applications is dependent upon precise details that must be property documented. (There’s no room for error in taxonomic ranks used for biological classifications – Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Plylum, etc.)

Responsibilities include requirements gathering, documentation, customer support, and limited testing. PFBC primarily utilizes agile project methodologies, however both waterfall and agile methodologies are utilized when needed. As such, experience with both waterfall and agile methodologies will be preferred. Specific duties will include:
1. Collects, analyzes, and documents business rules, processes, and regulatory requirements.
2.Leads business requirements gathering sessions with business and technical resources for complex system development projects.
3.Analyzes legislation or other business documentation (i.e. policies/procedures, RFPs, etc.) to determine necessary IT system changes or changes to business processes required to meet the objectives of an agency initiative.
4.Works with business users to develop and implement improved business processes for their application to an IT system in support of agency strategic goals.
5.Works with users to develop or enhance system requirements.
6.Prepares or reviews detailed functional specifications for complex IT systems development or enhancement projects to be used by developers for system coding.
7.Participates in the development of detailed functional specifications for highly complex system development and enhancement projects.
8.Prepares user stories and use cases and involve in agile development project team.
9.Develops user acceptance test scripts.
10Conducts system testing or coordinates system testing with users and Q/A Team.
11. Reviews and approves test results performed.
12. Prepares system change requests.
13.Plans for the implementation of system changes.
14. Recommends system or system change implementation schedules.
15. Updates training materials and provides user training.
16. Troubleshoots system, data, or process problems.
17. Prepares queries and reports using various reporting software packages.
18.Performs related work as required.

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