Develop and manage business analysis phase/stage plans (i.e., major activities, activities, tasks, milestones, schedule, resource allocation); lead and direct small, medium and large business line teams in medium to large projects.
Conducts interviews to gather new requirements autonomously; employs facilitation techniques as needed to discuss requirements with clients and users; uses specific group and collaborative methods for collecting requirements.
The Business Analyst is responsible for effective provisioning, installation/configuration, operation, and maintenance of systems hardware and software; this individual participates in technical research and development to enable continuing innovation within the infrastructure.
The BIDC family includes roles related to data gathering, analysis and reporting. Individuals work directly with data and information, creating meaningful analyses, reports and management presentations in support of client, business unit or function activities and performance.
Ensure that business needs are clearly articulated and accounted for in the proposal; develop strategic recommendations across Know Your customer and Transaction Montioring projects that could improve the program execution.
Provide support internal to Information Services by reviewing help desk tickets, doing initial triage, resolving some yourself or passing on to the next level Business Ad visors or to the local infrastructure team.
The Business Analyst effectively facilitates the gathering, analysis, prioritization and categorization of complex business requirements in the revenue business lines s/he supports; leads and directs business teams in medium to large projects creating new business solutions or enhancements to existing business solutions.