IT Business Analyst
Urbandale, IA 50322
Partners with operational areas to translate high level business requirements into detailed business/process functional specifications in order to implement a technological solution for projects or processes of low to medium complexity. (Process map is an example of a functional specification). May also perform system configuration of low to medium complexity, system testing, end user training, and end user support for the processes after implementation. The complexity of work should be viewed relative to the highest degree of complexity of work across the enterprise; therefore; not all units or divisions will have work that is of highest complexity. 1. Degree of application integration, data integration, process integration. 2. Complexity of the application, hardware, and/or network environments. 3. Impact of failure vs. success (inconvenience vs. loss of business/minor process improvement to breakthrough opportunity). 4. Degree to which innovation is required vs. relatively linear expansion or enhancement of existing functionality. 5. Complexity of data environment (use of existing data with little new data integration required to very complex data requirements and integration). 6. Degree of investment required (dollars, resources, time). 7. Extent of impact of project or process (departmental vs. unit vs. SBU vs. enterprise, for ex.) 8. Extent to which project or process depends on tight integration (of data, processes, environments, etc.). 9. Variety that needs to be accommodated (of channels supported, of types of businesses, of product lines, of geographic or legal variances, of stakeholder
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Travel to the nearby JDF Johnston facility approximately once a month more than likely using personal vehicle.