Job Description :
Analysts analyze data and document their results and recommendations in order to solve problems, provide information needed to make business decisions and make recommendations for continuous improvement. Incumbents develop, administer and enhance tools and systems that manage Company information. Analysts typically prepare for their role by either achieving a post-secondary degree in a specific field, obtaining certification, or by on-the-job training and work experience. Incumbents may directly manage a small number of direct reports; the primary function of the role is applying analytical knowledge and skills as an exempt-level individual contributor.

Qualifications:
12+ years of experience as a BA, writing requirements in an IT department or with a software company.
4+ years’ experience working in a Quality Assurance capacity.
Knowledge of all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle, with an emphasis on requirements elicitation.
Experience with the Informatica IDQ and EDC
Experience working with all aspects of Data Quality in SDLC.
Understanding of Analytical Platforms and solutions with respects to the Analysis.
Experience with hands on Data Analysis and issue resolution.
Experience with System Integration projects.
Primary/Essential Duties and Key Responsibilities:
Facilitate requirements elaboration of system user stories with team members, including process- and data-modeling activities.
Create deliverables for all aspects of business analysis and functional design for application development, system integration, and data migration initiatives.
Create sql queries to help analyze data.
Stock the product backlog with actionable and prioritized agile user stories.
Provide demonstrations with stakeholders.
Facilitate User Acceptance Testing (UAT) activities.
Create and Manage Data Quality deliverables.
Work with stakeholders to understand, prioritize, and estimate development resources required for new features.
Execute responsibilities with an understanding of the product vision, strategic objectives, and priorities.
Good knowledge of all phases of the software development lifecycle.
Good organizational skills with the proven ability to multitask and to “do what it takes” to get the job done.
Develop, lead, and execute organization readiness activities.
Facilitate appropriate communication methods and tracking tools to ensure identification and management of risks, mitigation strategies, plan activities, dependencies, impacts, escalation channels, and detailed project documentation.