Qualifications & Requirements: Must Have PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (PSHCM) 9.0 for higher. Explore, identify and document business requirements (exposing root cause) focusing on understanding and prioritizing busin
Our client is currently seeking a PEOPLESOFT BUSINESS ANALYST.
Will be the primary interface between IT and business partners and is responsible for ensuring the requirements identified for a business solution on a project are comprehensive, are in-line with the actual business needs and are successfully delivered to the business. In addition, the business analyst III will lead a variety of projects and provide guidance to junior associates.
This job will have the following responsibilities: Explore, identify and document business requirements (exposing root cause) focusing on understanding and prioritizing business dependencies. Develop functional requirements based on the gathered business requirements. Perform testing and facilitate user-acceptance testing of new application systems and technology. Maintain proficient knowledge and adhere to project management and software delivery methodologies. Ensure compliance with project management office (“PMO”) standards, procedures and Sarbanes Oxley. Ensure required project documentation is current and accurate including but not limited to as-is and to-be business process documents, business requirements, functional requirements, communication plans, training plans, test plans, scenarios and scripts, organizational change management plans, and operational support plans. Monitor and manage KPIs (TBD) for project relative to the definition, design, and delivery of business and functional requirements. Evaluate application software packages to ensure business needs are met. Maintain proficient working knowledge of use case writing and other requirements analysis techniques. Develop and maintain solid partnerships with relevant business, IT, cross team personnels and departments. Ensure adherence and support of IT governance policies while maintaining strong customer service orientation. Recognize and articulate business and technical decision trade-offs.