Business Analyst (State Client)

Unedollar Ok-sign  |  posted over 4 years ago

Contract | Staffing Agency | $44/hr | 6 Months Austin, TX


Description:

WORK DESCRIPTION:

The selected Business Analyst will identify and document project requirements, use cases, and process flows.  This position may also serve in a project lead capacity.  Other related duties may be assigned. The project areas include:

  1. Microsoft operating system and Office Suite Upgrade to approximately 2000 workstations, (From XP, and 2003/2007).
  2. Upgrade to MS Exchange including interfaces with other City departments.
  3. Upgrade to MS Active Directory including hardware infrastructure.
  4. Microsoft server operating system upgrades (From MS Server 2003).
  5. Upgrade to MS Project, MS Project Web Access, and SharePoint Services.

 

REQUIRED SKILLS:

  • Lead experience in IT systems analysis, including business case development, requirements gathering and documentation, process analysis and documentation, use case development and meeting facilitation.
  • Experience directing and communicating clearly with technical and non-technical staff
  • One or more of the following (Required), three or more (Preferred):
  • Lead experience with evaluation, compatibility testing, and selection of MS workstation and server operating systems, and MS Office Suite versions.
  • Lead experience with enterprise upgrades to workstation operating systems and the MS Office Suite.
  • Lead experience with enterprise upgrades to Microsoft Project Server, Project Web Access, and SharePoint Services (from 2007)
  • Experience with enterprise upgrades to Microsoft server operating systems.
  • Experience with enterprise upgrades to Microsoft Exchange (from 2000)
  • Experience with enterprise upgrades to Microsoft Active Directory
  • Experience with project management methodologies such as WBS (work breakdown structure) development, coordination of people and resources, project schedules, etc.
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