Business Analyst

Company Name:
Job Description:
A well-established but rapidly growing client of ours in the Nashville area (and one that's been profitable every year of its existence) is looking to hire a Sr. Software BA on a permanent basis

Project and Team:
They'll report directly to the BA Manager, and the team consists of three total BA's.
This company usually gets into two new states per year. With the crazy growth this company is experiencing, they will be moving into 10 states in 2014. This person will be responsible for the new state launches.

Unique Environment:
This environment does embrace some remote work. This is not the case right away, but once someone has come in and proven themselves, they are given some latitude.
Lastly, this environment is considered one of the most "family friendly"/"pro work/life balance" companies in Nashville. They keep weeks to 40/hrs (occasionally 45 at most), and not expected to answer emails around the clock/on weekends. Love life!

Tools and tasks:
This BA team utilizes the Microsoft Office suite and Visio.
This candidate will have experience generating High Level Requirements and decomposing them into Functional Specifications in a waterfall methodology.
The candidate should have experience documenting requirements that modifies UIs across multiple systems
Working with Gantt Charts, Microsoft Project Schedules, Traceability Matrixes, experience negotiating requirements, and user stories are tasks this person must be proficient with.

When you would START:
They are looking to hire this person before the end of the year (a two week notice is perfectly acceptable).
The interview will consist of a first phone interview (30-60 mins) with the PMO Director and a BA Manager, and the 2nd interview will consist of a half day on-site interview that will include interviews with the PMO Director, BA Manager, Development Manager, and a couple BA's.

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