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Business Analyst Agile

Position Overview

Business Analyst to lead the analysis activities of agile-based Health IT project.

Job Responsibilities

Experience working independently to deliver results.
Requirements elicitation: Apply different techniques to lead meetings and workshops, create a shared understanding with stakeholders, and engage team-members without using reams of paper or electronic documents.
Requirements analysis: Collaborates with stakeholders and product teams to decompose large epic stories into features and user stories that can be understood and approved by members of the development team.
Requirements documentation: Translate features and functions into digestible items for the development team.
Strong experience creating user stories
Creating backlogs, especially within Jira, in collaboration with Scrum Master and Product
Familiarity with Scrum process and role of Product Owner.
Experience providing product management support such as prioritization and backlog grooming.
Participate in Sprint Planning, Sprint Reviews, Scrum Meetings and other agile activities
Conduct testing such as functional testing, user acceptance testing (UAT), automated acceptance testing (AAT), user experience testing and specification by example.
Strong interpersonal skills to engage team members, clients, and stakeholders and communicate business expectations to the technical development expert in ways they can produce the desired outcome.
Builds trust and respect, establish relationships, and develop a rapport with technical and non-technical team members

Job Qualifications Required

5+ years of experience in the health/IT industry
Experience working with CMS
Experience successfully delivering systems following the Agile methodology.
Experience with project standards, process and procedure and apply standards consistently developing in an Agile environment.

Job Qualifications Optional

Applicable certifications such as CBAP, CCBA, CSM, CSP, PMI-PBA

Educational Requirements

Bachelor's Degree required



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