The Data Analyst has the primary responsibility of data collection, modeling, and reporting of results; during the analysis phase of a project they will qualify the opportunities in the client's business and during the engagement phase they will support the need for ongoing data-driven work to enhance the client's systems and processes.
The information security business analyst must be proficient at requirements management including eliciting requirements, simplifying requirements, and assisting in the translation of business requirements into technical security solutions.
The Specifications Analyst is a Salaried Bargaining Unit role that will be responsible for performing daily management of productive inventory records including analyzing and resolving record discrepancies.
In this role, you will be responsible for the development of an information architecture strategy that provides improved capabilities for a specific business portfolio or enhances major portions of the existing information processing and delivery environment.
Provide guidance to, and maintain strong relationships with managers, recruiters and HR business partners to achieve positive and effective outcomes for pay decisions and in applying compensation policies and practices.
This position is responsible for driving testing process standards and focusing on continuous process improvement, including metrics gathering and audit requirements alignment; providing support on test sourcing, training, processes and metrics, and advocacy.
This position is responsible for participating in business analysis activities to gather requirements AND translating requirements into specifications that will be used to implement the required solution.
The associate will possess: strong analytical and technical / computer skills, including high proficiency with Excel and core financial concepts; demonstrated ability to work successfully as part of a team and to communicate across disciplines; and strong time management skills.