Technical Business Analyst
Our client, a large government department is seeking an experienced Technical Business Analyst to undertake process mapping (using standard Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) practices). Prepare technical specifications, schemas, functional requirements, and related documents as required by the business.
The role requires a rigorous evaluation and an impact analysis on all major design options and associated risks. The role may also provide assistance with drafting / reviewing SQL data scripts and other technical fixes in the system which are designed to assist end-users and meet departmental goals.
This is a contract opportunity paying up to $93/hour including super, based in Brisbane CBD.
- Elicit underlying business requirements from existing documentation, support requests, workshops, and site visits (if deemed applicable).
- Benchmark the identified requirements against current functionality and behaviour, and produce a gap analysis.
- As-Is and To-Be (aka Current State and Future State) process mapping and designing.
- Create and/or update schema diagrams that may have been forgotten or become out-of-date.
- Identify and document business impacts, contingency plans, user workarounds, and other risk management strategies.
- Document methodologies, structures, and tools for system enhancements that will meet ongoing / future business needs.
- Demonstrate knowledge of project management, common IT project practices, and the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
- Draft and peer-review SQL scripts for data fixes, and identify opportunities for enhancement / optimisation.
- Demonstrate stakeholder engagement skills with a strong customer focus, in order to facilitate smooth resolution of complex issues.
Key Selection Criteria:
- Experience with Business Process Management Software (BPMS) platforms, such as Appian
- Experience with Agile projects and IT delivery environments
- Experience with MySQL databases and SQL scripting
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below quoting Ref No. 4A/19702. Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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