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Alternate job titles: Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst II | Intermediate Business Systems Analyst

Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. Typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Typically requires 2 to 4 more...



Alternate job titles: Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst I | Entry Business Systems Analyst

Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and assists in the creation of system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. Typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager. Works on projects/matters of limited complexity in a support role. Work is closely managed. Typically requires 0-2 years of relate more...


Alternate job titles: Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst III | Senior Business Systems Analyst

Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. Typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager. Contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project. Work is generally independent and collaborative in nature. Typically requires 4 to 7 years of more...


Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst - Consultant | Business Systems Analyst - Expert | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst V

Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. May supervise and guide lower-level business systems analysts. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Works on advanced, complex technical projects or business issues requiring state of t more...



Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst I | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst I

The Entry Business Systems Analyst documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and assists in the creation of system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Being an Entry Business Systems Analyst typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. In addition, Entry Business Systems Analyst typically reports to a manager. Being an En more...


Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst II | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst II

The Intermediate Business Systems Analyst documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Being an Intermediate Business Systems Analyst typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. In addition, Intermediate Business Systems Analyst typically reports to a manager. Being an more...



Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst III | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst III

The Senior Business Systems Analyst documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Being a Senior Business Systems Analyst typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. In addition, Senior Business Systems Analyst typically reports to a manager. Being a Senior Business Syst more...


Alternate job titles: Financial Systems Analyst | Financial and Accounting Systems Analyst

The Financial Business Systems Analyst modifies system menus, edits spreadsheets and reports, and troubleshoots system problems. Implements, maintains and updates financial systems. Being a Financial Business Systems Analyst trains staff on the use of financial systems and acts as a liaison to the information technology department. Imports files to and exports files from financial databases. In addition, Financial Business Systems Analyst requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to Manager. Being a Financial Business Systems Analyst contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project more...


Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst V | Business Systems Analyst - Expert | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst V

The Business Systems Analyst - Consultant documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Being a Business Systems Analyst - Consultant incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. May supervise and guide lower-level business systems analysts. In addition, Business Systems Analyst - Consultant requires a bachelor's degree. Typical more...



Alternate job titles: Business Systems Analyst V | Business Systems Analyst - Consultant | Business Systems Solution and Specification Analyst V

The Business Systems Analyst - Expert documents system requirements, defines scope and objectives, and creates system specifications that drive system development and implementation. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates user needs to create systems solutions that support overall business strategies. Being a Business Systems Analyst - Expert incumbents function as a liaison between IT and users and have both business and technical expertise. May supervise and guide lower-level business systems analysts. In addition, Business Systems Analyst - Expert requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports t more...


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