Computer Software Analyst /Integration (Senior)
Location: Annapolis, MD
Responsibilities and Tasks
Analyst, Computer Software/Integration (Senior)
The Analyst, Computer Software/Integration (Senior) will perform the following tasks:
A. Serve as a liaison between the Comptroller Business Processing units, the Bureau of Revenue Estimates, and the Information Technology Division on various projects and initiatives.
B. Conduct requirement gathering sessions with business users to understand their needs, justification, and objectives of Data Warehouse projects.
C. Assist users in identifying system scope, timelines, and resource requirements.
D. Make recommendations and state risks that may impact the Data Warehouse and associated systems and applications.
E. Be able to think independently, critically, and understand the Agency’s strategic objectives.
F. Provide problem analysis and ongoing user support, coordinate system development, implementation, as well as train users on the functionality of applications for agency systems.
G. Assist in the delivery of the system/programs into production by designing and supporting the formal User Acceptance Testing (UAT).
H. Possess experience in gathering information, performing research, documenting results, and creating and updating documents.
I. Exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be knowledgeable in implementing computer systems in a phased approach of requirements analysis and conceptual design, site survey, system design review, critical design review, installation, integration, and testing.
- Must be knowledgeable in performing requirements analysis for a wide range of users in areas such as office automation, and finance and accounting.
- Must be able to present system designs for user approval at formal reviews.
- Must be capable of performing configuration management, software integration, interpreting software test results, and recommending solutions for unsatisfactory test results.
- Must be knowledgeable in life-cycle support, including maintenance, administration, and management.
- Must be able to provide solutions to identified software problem reports.
Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related scientific or technical discipline. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
General Experience: Must have eight (8) years of progressive working experience as a computer specialist or a computer systems analyst.
Specialized Experience: At least five (5) years of experience as a Computer Systems Analysts