The Information Security Analyst will be responsible for coordination of information security initiatives across the global organization to ensure that the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of corporate systems is maintained.
Contribute to the creation of an enterprise logical data model which is independent of any technology solution and identifies interrelationships between data; successfully elicit and document data terms, definitions, standards, and master data management processes.
The Business Analyst will conduct business analysis, requirements analysis, requirements gathering, test planning and execution, user communications and have a role in the future design, configuration, and implementation of business processes and/or technical solutions.
The selected candidate must have extensive experience in writing epics, user stories, defining specific, concise acceptance criteria, and grooming stories into multiple smaller stories based upon logical separation points.
This position will work as part of a larger project team (state project team, system integrator, independent advisor) and the customers (Boards & Commissions) that are migrating into the eLicense 3.0 system.
Assessing individual strategic investment opportunities from a market, competitor, and client perspective, develop business and implementation plans and presentations, and financial models and forecasts.
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.