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Software Business Analyst - Kenilworth, NJ

What will you be doing?

The job responsibilities of the Software Business Analyst include the following: Gather application requirements and create technical specifications Create Scope of Work documents, prepare and provide estimates Manage software projects, timelines, deliverables and stakeholder expectations Manage client communication on behalf of the Development Team Coordinate meetings/calls between Development Team and stakeholders as needed Demo software/applications to existing and prospective clients Must understand software tools/technology stack/programming languages to facilitate technical conversations Prior Programming and Quality Assurance experience is a plus Requires occasional travel to client sites to represent Development TeamWhat do we require from you? 5+ years of professional experience in Agile software development, working in the capacity as an Analyst, Product Owner, or PM. Hands-on experience driving projects related to software development and Enterprise software integration. Demonstrated experience working directly with business stakeholders to gather & document business requirements and creating technical specs. Project management experience, with the ability to manage scope, timelines, and stakeholder communication throughout the phases of the development & testing. Experience with digital content management systems is a plus. 4-year degree in business, MIS, or Computer Science preferred.But wait, there s more! Collaborative work environment Committed to the career development and education of our team Comprehensive competitive benefits package Named as one of 50 Most Admired Companies in 2017 by Silicon Review 2017 Mega-Integrator #2279 Inc. Magazine s 36th Annual List of America s fastest-growing private companies

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