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Position Functions or Responsibilities:
A Business Analyst will be expected to have superior
proficiency in the following areas:
Business Modeling: The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to build models and use cases that clearly depict process flows relating to specific business requirements. The Business Analyst must use a combination of graphical information and text in natural language to convey business, system and functional requirements to both business and technical staff. Candidate should have solid experience using and interpreting UML.
Requirements Analysis: A successful Business Analyst will possess strong analytical skills and be expected to have expert ability in eliciting, documenting and evaluating business requirements which involve multiple organizations and technical topics. Business Analysts will interface with subject matter experts in enrollment, fulfillment, business development, customer service and technology departments and should be able to decompose high level ideas into detailed specifications.
Communication and Interview Skills: The Business Analyst will spend a great deal of time conducting interviews with business partners and facilitating requirements elicitation sessions. He/She must have the ability to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical personnel. He/She must have the organizational intelligence to ask the right questions in order to gather and evaluate requirements for project elements that will require software development work. Candidate must be able to communicate information needed to fulfill these requirements effectively to partners, business and technical staff in both oral and written forms.
Critical Thinking: The candidate must have strong critical thinking skills which involve the ability to identify and summarize the problem, question, or issues. He/She can identify necessary or probable assumptions or presuppositions and determine when additional information is needed for a given purpose. He/She can construct deductive and inductive arguments and construct/critique analogical arguments and explanations. He/She is able to understand and evaluate causal arguments and explanation along with assessment of common types of statistical information, generalizations, and reasoning. He/She can define measures of performance to place on system solution.
Bachelors Degree or Equivalent
Recent experience with Medicare Part D business processes
THE PERSON MUST HAVE EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION SKILLS
THE PERSON MUST BE ABLE TO WRITE WELL
THE PERSON MUST HAVE MEDICARE PART D EXP
PERSON CAN WORK REMOTE MAY BE REQUIRED TO TRAVEL ONE WEEK AMONTH AND IF SO WOULD HAVE TO EXPENSE FOR REIMBURSEMENT