It business analyst

Company Name:
Engility
Seeking a Business Analyst (BA) to support a Federal Government IT support services contract. The BA will support process analysis activities the development of process models, and identification of process improvements. The BA will conduct requirements management activities to include elicitation definition and tracking of business and system requirement specifications. The BA will conduct stakeholder interviews, manage project plans, develop "As-Is" and "To-Be" documents, and facilitate workshops. In addition, the BA will work with the team to analyze business problems, conduct analysis and recommend solutions.
Experience working within an IT organization
Experience using an iterative development SDLC (ie RUP and/or Agile)
Ability to use modeling techniques to document business process and data flows
Create documentation of business requirements in RUP-based SDL
Assist in creating and assessing performance measurements
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, handle time-sensitive deadlines and deliver quality results.
Demonstrated analytical skills and problem solving skills with attention to detail.
Demonstrated ability to analyze and document current workflow and formulate recommendations for process improvements
Excellent written, oral and presentation skills
Advanced skills with MS Office Suite (including Project and Visio)
PMP and/or SCRUM Certified
Additional clearance verbiage if applicable:

Applicants selected for this position will require an /FDIC Public Trust/ clearance, background screening and the ability to obtain a SCI. Applicants selected for a security clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirement for access to classified information which includes US citizenship.

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