• ADVISORY BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST - LAWSON

    Locations US-TN-MEMPHIS
    Posted Date 3 months ago(2/26/2018 12:49 PM)
    Position Code
    21480057
    Day Shift
    Yes
    Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    HS IS-APPLICATION SERVICES
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    Define organization's automated system requirements by analyzing business structure, policies, and operations. Work closely with end users to analyze, define, model, and document systems requirements. Research and recommend systems solutions that enable organization to achieve business goals. Conduct business needs assessments and cost/benefit analyses to assist in aligning business initiatives with automated systems solutions. Use development specifications to create detailed test cases and analyze results. May create end-user documentation (e.g., user guides, process flow charts, training materials) and deliver training. Maintain detailed documentation on current portfolio and any related information. Project management required as needed. Work with internal departments or with external clients. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    Experience

    Required: Lawson experience required. A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of experience and education.

    Preferred/Desired: 15 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of experience and education.

     

    Education

    Education from an accredited institution or experience as listed.

     

    Training

    Appropriate certifications as they apply to specialized area of expertise.

     

    Special Skills

    Proficiency in communicating and performing the techniques of information systems assessment. Ability to work well and collaborate with other individuals and teams. Ability to manage multiple tasks. Project management skills. Analytical skills.

     

    Licensure

    DRIVER'S LICENSE (CURRENT)

     

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