Intimate understanding of TCP/IP and the functioning of its component protocols, ability to read, and analyze, using various toolsets such as tcpdump, wireshark, etc; how they work and what information they produce.
The Business Analyst (BA) in Communication Solutions will be responsible for serving as a liaison between business groups (internal or external) and/or technology groups in the role of formulating and defining systems requirements, scope, and objectives through research and fact-finding combined with an understanding of business systems and industry requirements.
The Business Analyst is the representative of business stakeholders on the development team. The Business Analysts primary responsibility is to foster a collaborative environment where the real business needs of the customer are understood and solutions are developed that satisfy those needs.
Contribute to regular project and business meetings, provide progress updates, report issues and risks and help to develop and manage key stakeholder relationships. Support the PM throughout the project (e.g. defining scope, estimating resource requirements, timelines).
As a Business Analyst, you will be empowered to support short and long term operational / strategic business activities, develop, enhance and maintain operational information and models that will have an impact on business decisions.
A Consulting Business Analyst is responsible for coordinating across all IT functions on behalf of IT customers to assist with ensuring business needs are captured, technology road maps are developed to align to needs, and products are delivery as planned.
. The applications in scope include SAP HR plus any additional Global HR approved applications. The ideal candidate will have a general understanding of SAP HR specific modules such as Org Management and Personnel Administration.
Develops, prepares and maintains strategic management reporting models, financial analyses, budgets and forecasts. Integrates and analyzes complex data sets to support business decisions and initiatives.
Apply structured methodology in the creation of requirements from the business perspective, translated in to easily understood formats that are acted upon by the various technical design and development teams in IT.