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Educational Testing Service Sr. Business Systems Analyst (#6745) in Princeton, New Jersey

Employer: Educational Testing ServicePosition: Sr. Business Systems Analyst (#6745)Location: 660 Rosedale Road, Princeton, NJ 08541Duties: Facilitate communication between IT, SBUs (Strategic Business Unit) and clients by drawing on experience with software testing standards, practices, methods and tools; information and data analysis; and technical and business terminology to consult with clients, vendors and internal staff. Participate in software development groups and teams in requirements gathering, analysis, design, risk mitigation, programming/construction, unit testing and transition of applications into a production environment. Gather and document business requirements and functional/detail requirements. Translate business requirements to functional and technical specifications. Function as a liaison between business areas and technical staff. Develop scope of work to satisfy business goals and requirements. Provide detailed review and documentation of costs for proposed solutions. Work with system developers, test teams, process managers, and end users to ensure proposed solution is delivered according to schedule and with the required functionality. Analyze/document new and existing processes and procedures. Review test plans and provide feedback on methodology when necessary. Participate in conducting regularly scheduled reviews of newly proposed and exiting projects to ensure quality and accuracy is delivered to end users. Maintain traceability matrix and manage change requests. Function as contact for problem analysis and resolution. May work remotely 3 days per week within normal commuting distance of Princeton, NJ.Requirements: Master’s degree in Information Technology Management, Information Systems, Information Processing, or a related field plus 2 years of post-baccalaureate experience in developing software products and managing software development efforts showing demonstrable ability in the skill set described above. The required skills do not need to be maintained over the full term of required experience.