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Contract-to-Hire IT Business Analyst in Hartford, CT at SNI Technology

Date Posted: 6/8/2018

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Job Description

Our client is seeking an IT Business Analyst for a contract to hire opportunity.


  • Acting as liaison between business stakeholders, such as management, customers or end users, and the software development or information technology team.
  • Analyzing and communicating stakeholder needs by translating business requirements into software requirements.
  • Determines operational objectives by studying business functions; gathering information; evaluating output requirements and formats.
  • * Designs new computer programs by analyzing requirements; constructing workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities; writing specifications.
  • Improves systems by studying current practices; designing modifications.
  • Recommends controls by identifying problems; writing improved procedures.
  • Defines project requirements by identifying project milestones, phases, and elements; forming project team; establishing project budget.
  • Monitors project progress by tracking activity; resolving problems; publishing progress reports; recommending actions.
  • Maintains system protocols by writing and updating procedures.
  • Provides references for users by writing and maintaining user documentation; training users.
  • Prepares technical reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.


  • Bachelor's Degree preferred
  • 3+ years of overall IT Business Analysis experience required
  • Strong knowledge of software development life cycle and software development methodologies
  • Understands the concepts around reaching and gathering user requirements
  • Strong communication (written and verbal) skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • General Business analysis skills used to document user requirements
  • Ability to quickly learn new application, processes and procedures of simple to moderate complexity