Business Analyst Advanced (JOBNO3491)
1.Eight years of documented experience as a business analyst on software development projects. 5.2.Four years documented experience serving in a senior business analyst capacity directing the efforts of other business analysts. 5.3.Four years documented experience implementing messaging according to HL7 standards including ADT and C-CDA. 5.4.Two years documented experience implementing messaging according to EDI standards.
Contractor will perform the following tasks in the time and manner specified: 6.1.1. Define and document functional specifications and software test plans as assigned by the Department. Specifications and test plans should be documented utilizing Microsoft Office tools and the Department’s change and configuration management system and templates provided. Florida Department of Health Office of Information Technology Formal Scope of Work Business Analyst Services SOW21-461 2 Updated: 10/22/2018 12/1/2021 9:29 AM ENL 6.1.2. Perform validation of documented business requirements against business processes as assigned by the Department to ensure that business requirements accurately represent the needs of business stakeholders. Business stakeholders include but not limited to, end-users of the Health Management System, Department staff involved in the processes automated by the software, Department staff who are consumers of the data collected within the software, and any external partners exchanging Health Management System related data with the Department. 6.1.3. Perform verification of developed software against business requirements and technical specifications as assigned by the Department. 6.1.4. Provide subject matter expertise (SME) to Business Analysts and development team as directed by the Department. Performing in the role of SME includes providing accurate answers to questions regarding intended software functionality. These answers are based on specific knowledge within a functional area or gathered through written and oral consultation with additional SMEs. SMEs may be end-users of the Health Management System, Department staff involved in the processes automated by the software or other Department staff who are consumers of the data collected within the software. 6.1.5. Facilitate business requirement gathering sessions with SMEs as assigned by the Department. SMEs may be end-users, IT technical staff, HMS practice management team members and HMS clinical team members. Ensure a defined agenda is communicated to participants, ensure a common understanding of terms and definitions, synthesize ideas, track discussions, and provide clear summaries of the discussion and decisions in oral and written form using Microsoft Office tools. 6.1.6. Identify and document opportunities for improving the efficiency of workflows represented within the software as assigned by the Department. Identification is a result of evaluating current system design through testing and end user feedback. Identified opportunities must be documented using Microsoft Office and the Department’s change and configuration management system. 6.1.7. Prepare documentation of application change requests utilizing Microsoft Office tools and the Department’s change and configuration management system as assigned by the Department. 6.1.8. Complete job required training as assigned by the Department. Completion verification may include certificates, sign-in sheets and verification via the Department’s Learning Management System.
Microsoft Office tools