A CACS (and/or CAS) Business Analyst will be responsible for working directly with clients to define the functional requirements associated with a CACS implementation, upgrade, and/or consulting engagement.
In this role, the selected candidate will engage executives and other key stakeholders to develop new account opportunities; create a business solution consisting of services and software that uniquely addresses the customer's needs.
In this role, the selected candidate will prepare detailed specifications, requirements, scope documents and logic flowcharts for the development and implementation of moderately complex application programs.
Document project requirements using appropriate tools and techniques, including interviews, document analysis, workshops, surveys, site visits, business procedure documentation, use cases, scenarios, and business process analysis.
In this role, you will work on or assists with basic tasks for the deployment of new solutions and enhancements/fixes to existing solutions. This includes, but is not limited to: trouble-shooting, problem-solving, issue resolution, user interaction, training, defining systems scope, gathering requirements, documenting design & functional specifications, research and fact-finding, configuration, testing, reporting, cutover, IS and business user coordination.
In this role, you will serve as a subject matter expert and gathers requirements, researches, and analyzes system details, parameters, or options to implement business rules, product offerings or changes to existing systems/applications.
In this role, you will develop or assist in the development of work plans, time schedules, and project task items and schedules and assists with estimating resource needs for analysts, programmers, user personnel, consultants, equipment, and prepares routine project status reports.
The Analyst will be a member of the core project team for the implementation of new processes and technology for global Requisition to Payment (Procurement) by assisting in the analysis of current and to be processes, participating in design teams, working with multiple suppliers, and preparing communications and documentation.