Sr. Business Analyst/Internal Consultant 5951

Company Name:
IMS - International Management Systems
For this niche Insurance firm located near La Habra, CA, you will be Senior Consultative BA on team of six supporting a wide variety of business stakeholders.
Consulting with business users on complex issues, defining the current and future business rules, writing business requirements definitions, doing ROI on project, doing some manpower planning, as well as doing high level technical design and consulting with technical team on architecture issues. This is a fast paced environment. The company is the #1 in its demographic and is looking for leading edge ways to increase their margin through speed to market and streamlining internal systems from claims processing through call center support, as well, as web based including mobile applications.
You will chair user/team meetings, create project plans, coordinate all the important players as well as performing traditional Sr. BA responsibilities. This organization is looking for a creative, collaborative thinker that can bring 'best practices' to the team and be a thought leader for the group.
7-10 years as a Business Analyst
Strong hands on background in Agile Methodology (currently the group is a hybrid of Waterfall and Agile)
Knowledge of Scrum and used "sprint" design methods++++
Strong hands-on design of Web-Based applications using JAVA and .NET
Be able to justify business case through ROI and project planning
Knowledge of Mobile applications ++
Strong background in coordinating large complex projects, as well as working with maintenance and upgrades.
Background in insurance claims processing and/or SalesForce.com ++
Excellent written and oral communications
Ability to work in a collaborative environment with changing priorities

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