Massachusetts Institute of Technology Business Analyst IV, Office of Strategic Information Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Business Analyst IV, Office of Strategic Information Management
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Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
BUSINESS ANALYST IV, Resource Development-Office of Strategic Information Management, to lead the implementation of strategic projects. Will use a team-based approach methodology with other IT colleagues; ensure the finished product provides a simple, intuitive, and effective user experience that achieves business aims; and draw upon leadership’s key insights to offer responsive solutions to address business challenges. Responsibilities include developing long-term project plans with strategic milestones; negotiating timelines for delivering outcomes; driving vendors to deliver within established milestones/budgets; performing ongoing analysis to determine requirements for the design, development, and implementation of information systems for RD and MIT advancement community; playing a key role in conducting business and data analysis for these systems and implementing new business policies/procedures; performing application testing and developing training curriculum/documentation; and providing high-level support.
The position is ideal for a versatile, problem-solving business analyst who thrives when developing user-centered designed solutions and enjoys eliciting stakeholder needs and providing technical solutions.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; seven years’ business analysis experience; evidence of successful project management in implementing business applications/business processes/enterprise systems/ databases/CRMs; strong oral and written communication skills; experience gathering business/functional requirements; discretion with confidential information; ability to manage multiple projects/priorities, meet deadlines, reach out/collaborate across MIT, and present information clearly and cohesively to a variety of users; self-motivation; and willingness to work on and collaborate with a team. Experience using and integrating business systems including enterprise database, reporting, web, mobile, and desktop applications preferred; as is experience with advancement services in higher education/nonprofit environments. Experience with Ellucian's Advance and developing technical documentation; knowledge of advanced database concepts, preferably in an Oracle environment; and knowledge of Crystal Reports or other reporting software desirable. Job #16532-Q
Applicants will be asked to provide a business specification or business requirement document. reposted 1/2/19
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