The Software Business Analyst creates the specifications and features of a future release, serves as a liaison to the business community and participates in user and task analysis to maintain the business community's perspective. The Software Business Analyst is responsible for analyzing and designing enhancements to the application or new business requirements. They identify and define detailed product functional requirements and use cases, set up and maintain the internal tracking reports/matrix as applicable. They assess current capabilities and identify high level market requirements and work with the release manager, architects, and other team members to define detailed requirements, metrics and performance goals for the Product. They assist in translating requirements and use cases into test conditions and expected results for product and user acceptance testing and participate in transitioning the requirements and use cases to the designers, ensuring a clear and complete understanding of the requirements. Software Business Analysts may specialize in Product Management, Software Engineering and/or Software Client Services.
Minimum 1 year experience with Documentation
Minimum 1 year experience with following detailed processes
Minimum 1 year experience with Customer service/client interaction
Minimum 1 year experience with Analysis/requirements gathering
Experience as a Business Analyst on application development projects.
Experience working with technical resources to ensure system designs meet functional requirements.
Working knowledge of Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care and/or Health Plan Managed Care experience.
Functional expertise in claims processing, provider enrollment and/or data warehousing.
Experience creating detailed workplans and status reports to management.
Professional Skill Requirements:
Good financial acumen and financial analysis and diagnosis skills.
Proven success in contributing to a team-oriented environment.
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment.
Excellent leadership, communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skill.