Business Analyst - CIBER, Inc (anaheim, CA)

Title: Business Analyst Job Number: 64118 Responsibilities Include: Formulates and defines systems scope and objectives based on both user needs and a good understanding of applicable business systems and industry requirements Develop relationships in the client organization and the business unit(s) supported and develop domain knowledge of organizational direction, objectives, operations, processes, systems/applications and users. Elicit business and user requirements via interviews, workshops, questionnaires, surveys, site visits, workflow storyboards, use cases, scenarios, user stories, process modeling, analysis of existing systems and documentation, and other methods. Develop and utilize standard templates to accurately and concisely write requirements specifications. Produce deliverables within various collaboration and requirements management tools. Translate conceptual business and user requirements into functional requirements in a clear manner that is comprehensible to solution designers and developers and/or the project team. Facilitate and participate in quality peer reviews of requirement artifacts to ensure requirements are complete, consistent, comprehensible, feasible, and conform to standards. Work with peers, stakeholders and project team to prioritize requirements and gain approval on defined requirements and artifacts, assisting with issue resolution. Participate in the review of purchased solutions to ensure features and functions have been enabled and optimized. Assist with the interpretation of requirements into feasible options, and communicate options to the stakeholders. Where applicable, develop prototypes of interfaces and attributes based on the user requirements or assist solution designers in doing the same. Manage and track the status of requirements throughout the project lifecycle; enforce and redefine as necessary. Maintain and reconcile forward and backward traceability of requirements. Communicate changes, enhancements, and modifications of requirements according to the established process to project managers, sponsors, and other stakeholders so that issues and solutions are understood. Source:

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