Business Analyst

Washington, DC
Full Time
Mid Level

Analytica is seeking a Business Analyst to support a federal government project located in Washington, DC.  The Business Analyst will be responsible for driving much of the technical, system, and process documentation for the IT project.  
 
Analytica has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as the fastest-growing private US small business.  We work with U.S. government customers in health, civilian, and national security missions.  As a core member you’ll work with a diverse team of professionals to solve matters, architect nuisances, and come up with alternatives.  We offer competitive compensation with opportunities for bonuses, employer paid health care, training and development funds, and 401k match.
  
Primary Responsibilities Include (But Are Not Necessarily Limited To): 

  • Writing and editing technical documentation related to statistics and/or technical systems 
  • Collecting, analyzing, drafting, and translating technical information into plain language that can be easily understood by technical and non-technical audiences 
  • Collecting relevant information from statistical staff and assist in drafting final reports documenting statistical methods and results for both technical and non- technical audiences 
  • Collecting relevant information from technical staff and assist in drafting standard operating procedures (SOPs), user guides, training materials, and other documentation related to transitioning newly implemented technical tools to federal staff; and 
  • Editing all the above-described products 
  • In addition to technical expertise, the Business Analyst will assist the Project Managers with managing the project tasks related to developing all written deliverables described in this SOW 

Skills, Experience, and Other Job-Related Requirements: 
  • Must have at least 5 years of business analyst experience in analytics, systems development, and agile project management
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field (such as information technology or computer science)  
  • Ability/experience to break complicated IT processes or concepts, and break them down in a way that non-technical audience can digest 
  • Advanced skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office software. 
  • Demonstrated comfort and understanding with systems, process states, and data flow 
  • Strong knowledge of computer-based systems that create, edit, manage, and transmit documents and text (e.g., content management or publishing software). 
  • Strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and ability to manage time effectively. 
  • Ability to complete deliverables in a timely manner 
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen to obtain the government security clearance  
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

 Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Experience using tools such as Tableau, PowerBI, Qlik, SAP, SuccessFactors, etc.


About Analytica: Analytica is a leading consulting and information technology solutions provider to public sector organizations supporting health, civilian, and national security missions. The company is an award-winning SBA certified 8(a) small business that has been recognized by Inc. Magazine each of the past three years as one of the 250 fastest-growing companies in the U.S. Analytica specializes in providing software and systems engineering, information management, analytics & visualization, agile project management, and management consulting services. The company is appraised by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at CMMI® Maturity Level 3 and is an ISO 9001:2008 certified provider.

Analytica has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as the fastest-growing private US small business.  We work with U.S. government customers in health, civilian, and national security missions.  As a core member you’ll work with a diverse team of professionals to solve matters, architect nuisances, and come up with alternatives.  We offer competitive compensation with opportunities for bonuses, employer paid health care, training and development funds, and 401k match.

 

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