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Business System Analyst


Reference Number: JPCAB40

Business System Analyst
experience  Not Disclosed
location  Riverside, CA
duration  3.0 Months
salary  Not Disclosed
jobtype  Not Disclosed
Industry  Government - Local
duration  $90/hour - $95/hour
Job Description



The BSA III will be tasked with project coordination between vendors and stakeholders, process improvement, requirements gathering, support, quality assurance and testing. Provide application support. Develop reports using SQL Server, Power BI, Crystal reports. Research and product recommendations.


Class Concept
Under general supervision, develops and implements information technology systems solutions to address business needs; and performs other related duties as required.

The IT Business Systems Analyst III is the lead level classification in the IT Business Systems Analyst series and reports to a supervisory or manager level position. Incumbents in this class exercise a high degree of independent judgement, provide project oversight to subordinate staff, and perform the most complex assignments that require extensive knowledge and proficiency.

The IT Business Systems Analyst III is distinguished from the IT Business Systems Analyst II in that the latter is the journey level class in which incumbents are expected to work independently, requiring little supervision. This class is further distinguished from the IT Supervising Business Systems Analyst in that the latter exercises the full scope of supervision. Advancement to the next level is obtained by competitive selection through an open recruitment.
Examples of Essential Duties

• Conduct systems analysis and design of business processes involving evaluation of current and proposed information and business process flow, available and emerging technology hardware and software, and cost/benefits.
• Analyze projects; document new organizational processes; generate reports for management on new technology.
• Develop and document user requirements from end-user input for new and existing systems, business processes, and applications.
• Select and recommend software or hardware based on systems analysis, evaluation of product, and vendors.
• Create requests for proposal (RFPs) or requirement specifications and evaluate proposal submissions.
• Implement new and modified processes and systems by performing design, application development, installation and testing.
• Modify software; customize business applications and interfaces.
• Coordinate and communicate with end users, management, staff, and vendors on project issues and status.
• Develop project work plans and schedules and monitor project resources including staff time, vendor work, and finances.
• Prepare project documents, requirements, reports, feasibility studies, cost/benefit analysis, and quality assurance and control standards.
• Maintain, support, and administer software applications.
• Provide customer support, training, and problem analysis for software applications.

Recruiting Guidelines
Education:

Completion of 30 semester or 45 quarter units from an accredited college or university, preferably with coursework in computer science, computer information systems, data processing, information management, or a related field to the assignment. (Additional qualifying IT job-related experience may substitute for the required education on the basis of 30 semester or 45 quarter units equaling one year of full-time experience).

Experience: Four years of successful journey level IT job-related experience, one year of which included either lead person duties or technically advanced IT job-related work (One year as an IT Business Systems Analyst II will satisfy the one year of lead or technically advanced experience requirement).

Knowledge of: The principles, methods and techniques used in the course of work for the IT Business Systems Analyst series; principles and techniques applied to IT devices, applications and systems; principles of organization and administration; principles of documentation and recordkeeping, storage and retrieval.

Ability to: Gather and analyze data, reason logically, draw valid conclusions and make appropriate recommendations; resolve technical problems and innovate more efficient use of IT resources; perform systems analysis work and problem solving; interpret and follow written and oral instructions; prepare concise reports and documents; establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, customers, other employees, and the public; communicate effectively with people at all organizational levels.

Required IT-Related Skills: Systems analysis theory, processes and techniques; project spec development; application design; writing and modifying technical and user documentation; data modeling techniques; prepare flow process diagrams and other design graphics; application of industry or Client standards and conventions for systems analysis and quality assurance; installation, testing and migration process and techniques; quality and version control processes; use of packaged or off-the-shelf and third party application software including office automation tools.

Preferred IT-Related Skills: Internal consulting with clients at various levels of the organization; writing code and scripts; writing process descriptions; work with client server environments.
VIVA is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants have an equal opportunity for placement, and all employees have an equal opportunity to develop on the job. This means that VIVA will not discriminate against any employee or qualified applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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