Product Analyst II - Enterprise

Henry Schein   •  


Less than 5 years

Posted 262 days ago

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   Why our company is a great place to work …   Join a Fortune 300® company in the growing healthcare industry and work for their largest technology division. Henry Schein Practice Solutions, a subsidiary of New York-based Henry Schein, Inc., develops practice management software and electronic services that help dental practices run their businesses. Our solutions lead the market in technology advances and market share, and include product leaders such as Dentrix, Dentrix Enterprise, and Dentrix Ascend (cloud-based). Our customers include many of the dental industries’ highest profile constituents, including the U.S. Department of Defense.    Based in American Fork, Utah, Henry Schein Practice Solutions is committed to providing our team members with the tools, training, and technology they need to excel in their roles. Our dedication to giving back to our community is illustrated in the state-of-the-art, volunteer-staffed dental center located on the first floor of our building, which provides free dental care to those in need.   Our parent company, Henry Schein, Inc. is the world's largest provider of health care products and services to office-based dental, medical, and animal health practitioners. A Fortune 300® Company and a member of the S&P 500® and NASDAQ 100® Indices, Henry Schein employs over 20,000 Team Schein Members throughout the world and serves more than one million customers. The Company's sales reached a record $11.6 billion in 2016. Henry Schein has also been recognized by Ethisphere for six consecutive years as the “World’s Most Ethical Company” in the Healthcare Products category, underscoring the company's longstanding commitment to leading ethical business standards and practices.  JOB OVERVIEW:

This position is responsible for producing quality software by assisting a software development team in gathering requirements from the business and software users in order to produce specifications for programmers and testers. Validate that resulting software meets the requirements originally collecte



WORK EXPERIENCE:    Typically 3 to 5 or more years of increasing responsibility in terms of any applicable professional experience.   PREFERRED EDUCATION:    Typically a Bachelor's Degree or global equivalent in related discipline.  


  • Good understanding of industry practices
  • Proficient with tools, systems, and procedures
  • Basic planning/organizational skills and techniques
  • Good decision making, analysis and problem solving skills with ability to multi-task
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Good presentation and public speaking skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Basic conflict resolution skills
  • Developing professional credibility


  • Good knowledge of analytic tools and techniques (for example, decomposition, progressive elaboration, dependency analysis, gap analysis, impact analysis, risk analysis, and assessment)
  • Basic knowledge of business rule analysis tools and techniques (for example, decision table, decision tree, rule catalog)
  • Good ability to leverage collaboration tools and techniques
  • Advanced communication skills in the areas of technical writing, business writing, working with virtual teams, presentation skills, verbal and nonverbal communication
  • Basic ability to handle conflict management and leverage resolution tools and techniques
  • Basic knowledge of data analysis tools and techniques (for example, data model, data dictionary, state diagram)
  • Basic ability to leverage decision making tools and techniques (for example, Delphi technique, multi-voting, consensus building, options analysis)
  • Good knowledge of development methodologies (for example, agile, iterative, incremental, waterfall)
  • Good ability to use documentation management tools and techniques
  • Good ability to use elicitation tools and techniques (for example, brainstorming, focus groups, interviewing techniques, workshop facilitation, observation, document analysis, research, surveys, and questionnaires)
  • Good ability in leveraging estimating tools and techniques (for example, estimation poker, quadrant analysis, averaging)
  • Good knowledge of interface analysis (for example, prototyping, storyboarding, interoperability)
  • Basic ability to problem solve and leverage opportunity identification tools and techniques (for example, brainstorming, value engineering, scenario analysis, user journey maps)
  • Good ability to utilize process analysis tools and techniques (for example, user stories, use cases, process model, data flow diagrams, dependency graphs, events)