Research, analyze and prepare recommendations for new software application systems, system enhancements and evaluation of new technologies. Manage the implementation of new systems/enhancements. May assist departments in workflow analysis and in applying technology and sound business practices to improve efficiency/productivity.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Demonstrated proficiency as a Business Analyst I.
Maintain a working knowledge of Credit Union applications systems features and capabilities.
Consult with management in the analysis of short and long range business requirements and recommend innovations in support of credit union goals.
Provide project management for all phases of system development process including analysis, design, development, testing, implementation and ongoing support for applications.
Coordinate MIS activities with other departments to assist in project planning, scheduling, and status reporting.
Maintain knowledge of current and emerging technologies and best practices to provide technical direction to users and management.
Prepare and present business proposals for the evaluation and selection of application systems, development of system enhancements and acquisition of new technologies.
Perform other duties as assigned in support of team efforts and results. Qualification Requirements:
Education - Bachelor’s degree in Business, Computer Science or related field.
Creditable Experience in Lieu of Education - Equivalent training.
Experience/Skills - Six years in business analysis and/or departmental leadership with at least three years as a Business Analyst I. Demonstrated analytical / problem solving skills. Strong interpersonal and communications skills. Demonstrated project management abilities. Prior experience in the preparation of business proposals to include basic financial analysis.
Tenure - Not Applicable
Alaska USA is no half-baked financial institution. The member-owned credit union provides financial services to more than 435,000 members...