Technical Business Analyst

  • 3-6 Year
  • Halifax
  •   Posted On: March 13, 2018
  •   Skills:  Communication, Project Management, SDLC, Software Development

Job Overview

Roles & Responsibilities

Lixar is looking for a Technical Business Analyst to work on medium and enterprise-class projects. One of your responsibilities is to have a vision of what the client wishes to build, and convey that vision to the rest of the development team.  As a Technical Business Analyst, you will be responsible for managing the solution scope for a portfolio of projects.  We are looking for candidates for both our Ottawa and Halifax offices.

What you will be doing:

Defining and managing scope and requirements across the lifecycle of IT projects
Gathering and documenting requirements with the client and presenting for approval
Assisting project leaders in the development of project plans and ensuring that all team members understand their assigned requirements
Balancing the client and team needs on an ongoing basis
Ensuring ongoing alignment of client requirements, project deliverables, and project scope
Setting up, facilitating and documenting team and client meetings
Writing proposals and estimates
Influencing and leading teams to success

What you must have:

5+ years’ progressive experience in a business analyst role
Experience working in a software development environment
Engineering / Technical background
Experience producing requirements documentation, use cases and other related artifacts for Mobile and Web-based applications
A solid grasp of project management basics in an SDLC (software delivery life cycle) context
Experience handling multiple concurrent projects
Communication – demonstrated high level of effectiveness both written and verbal
Proven ability to meet commitments, meet timelines and deliver
Accountability for actions and understands the business impact of decisions made.
The ability to work independently, manage change and work well under pressure.
Proven ability to apply initiative and creativity when approaching challenges.

What you must value:

A sense of humour
Knowing that your routine is in fact, not routine
High personal standards and commitment to quality.
Creation and promotion of an environment where people are on-side and feel a collective sense of success.
Be comfortable communicating with all levels of management and peers
Not blame others for your mistakes
Get things done!

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