BroadPoint, a Washington, DC-based professional services firm serving both commercial and federal clients, is looking for an experienced Business Analyst to serve as part of our Case/Business Process Management Consulting Practice serving the federal government. Working for our Operations Executives, you will be responsible for helping us manage the design and implementation of technical solutions aimed at addressing issues in areas such as employee- and labor-relations, performance management, onboarding and grants management.
A hallmark of our Business Analysts is that you must be curious about how organizations work and seek to understand why people do what they do to get their jobs done. With BroadPoint, you will be working on creative solutions that increase end users' abilities to do their jobs better by migrating them from inefficient legacy systems onto our more modern Case Management platform.
Overall, you must be adept at analysis practices such as interviews, facilitated workshops, data analysis, surveys and site visits. Additionally, you must be an expert at requirements analysis and project lifecycle documentation, and able to craft business process descriptions to guide developers and satisfy end user requirements. You must be able to document findings in formats that range from use cases, user stories, scenarios, functional requirements, UML models, data models, and workflow analysis. It goes without saying that you will be interacting with clients and senior team members from various organizations and departments in the government communities.
If you are currently working on turning a business problem into a technical solution you could be a fit for us. Typically, individuals with the following titles are a good fit -- business systems analysts, systems analysts, requirements engineers, process analysts, product managers, product owners, enterprise analysts, business architects, and management consultants.
As an accomplished Business Analyst, you will:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.