US, GA - Atlanta, Atlanta
Position Type: 4
Job ID: 22-26605
The Business Analyst job family defines skills for formulating and defining system scope using information technology and industry knowledge/requirements, based on both user needs and a good understanding of information technology, business processes, and industry requirements. The job progression identifies responsibilities ranging from assisting, formulating and defining systems scope and objectives to self-directed activities that result in clients long term improvements in business processes. '-Provides BU Support, resolving issues not requiring extensive business / system knowledge. -Communicates incident status / clarifies issues with business partner. -Escalates incidents to seniors where business process and extensive system knowledge is required. -Resolves application incidents and problems that require app code and/or op modifications such as lower complexity software problem resolution, training issues and documentation, and data problems requiring moderate business analysis, extensive business, and/or system knowledge. '-Responsible for a liaison role between the business and IT services providers to ensure functional specs are understood and they have what they need to develop their tech specs. -Analyzes issues to be solved within an enterprise and helps provide solutions to meet the desired business outcomes through the use of IT -Understands and documents business requirements and user requirements to ensure system designs meets business needs. -Ensures knowledge transfer to the support organization occurs prior to system go-live. -Schedules and communicates the system go-live date. -Develops and/or update documentation and training materials. -Ensures IT and SOX compliance is covered. -Documents functional requirements that describe the system, process, or product to fulfill business requirements
2-6 years of experience required
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