What you’ll do
In a few words…
As the Business System Analyst II, you never drop the BAII (pun intended, of course). In this side BAIIpark, your role is to be responsible for understanding business requirements, technical specifications, and identifying and defining test settings. In addition (because you are the hands-on, always-show-up and never-drop-the-BAII type), you’ll create, execute and document test scripts carried out on existing functionalities, as well as check new features and/or fixes set up into our platforms and systems.
You’re a great BAII, even greater when you’re flying high and leading a team of Business System Analysts and Junior Quality “Assurance-sers” who look up to you. You and your team analyze business and technical processes to define and develop new and improved business information processing systems, and perform quality testing on said systems. As a great BAII of fire, you’re fired up and responsible for requirement gathering and oversee quality testing during pre-implementation and prior to releasing new software and features (and fiery dancing seizures… aw c’mon; we kid!) But balls and fires aside, as an on-the-BAII Business System Analyst II, you are a pro that scores with every throw, an “Analysis Whisperer” who can hear the secret analytics in the processing system
The fundamentals for the job…
- You’ll prepare extensive detailed documentation of business cases, rules and system requirements.
- You will create full documentation of actual and future processes of the company, departmental policies and procedures, and software application manuals.
- You’ll coordinate with internal/external clients and technology teams to gather project requirements and system specifications (such as program functions, output requirements, input data acquisition, and system techniques and control).
- Oversee the process of defining requirements and business cases for applications’ technology development.
- Analyze business requirements and technical processes to assess need and help identify solutions for processes and/or system enhancements
- Help execute cross-functional projects, and provide support to the technical team during the development cycle.
- Support QA as well in the creation of test plans and test scripts.
- Document and perform quality and integration tests to applications developed by the company so as to ensure the documented requirements and business needs are met.
Support users during new development implementation; provide user training and ongoing support.
What you’re made of
The bold requirements…
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business, or related field. (In lieu of a degree, equivalent relevant work experience may be considered.)
- 3+ years of experience in Software Development/Engineering or Business Analysis (preferred).
- Computer proficient, you know how to use Microsoft Office Suite of products, and have plenty of Internet experience (the digitally modern obvious necessity).
- Basic understanding of Computer programming languages, specifically ASP.Net, VB, VB.Net, C++, C#.
- Knowledge of the Healthcare, Pharmacy, and Pharmacy Benefit Management industries, Medicare Part D, and CMS regulations is a big, fat, happy plus.
- You must be able to communicate effectively (read, write, speak, argue, dream and beyond) in English and Spanish.
That something extra we´d love to see…
- Collaborator: You're a collaborator through and through, ever on a quest to find (or generate) harmony and consensus. You don’t enjoy conflict, preferring to seek areas of mutual agreement. You inherently understand that a good deal is, essentially, when everyone walks away a tiny bit peeved.
- Driven: You know how to juggle/manage multiple priorities without missing deadlines. You measure yourself against everyone, and strive to win first place in everything.
- Planner: You enjoy discipline, routine and structure. Your world is best described as a grid and you are very careful when making decisions. You anticipate obstacles to avoid them, not to rain on everyone’s parade.
- Innovator: You constantly engender unexpected ideas; your factory of pure genius just doesn’t run out. Fascinated with possibilities you are, in turn, fascinating yourself. You plainly see or figure out connections between seemingly disparate phenomena à la A beautiful mind. It is a child’s game to you.
- Thoughtful: You are intrigued by the unique qualities (or eccentricities) in each person and have a flair for figuring out how very different folk can work together productively towards some lofty end, as opposed to bringing out the worst in each other.
The above description is not intended to limit the scope of the job or to exclude other duties not mentioned. It is absolutely not a final set of specifications for the position. It’s simply meant to give readers an idea of what the role entails.