Business Systems Analyst

Employer
Department of Human Services
Location
Jackson, MS
Posted
Apr 08, 2017
Jobs Outside Higher Education
Software & Technology
Institution Type
Outside Academe


Job Description

Incumbents in this job family are responsible for designing, testing, implementing, and maintaining new applications systems and upgrading and/or maintaining existing systems. Individuals in this role typically specialize in a functional, technical, or user area of the organization and provide consultative assistance in the analysis and design of systems for the function/user. Business Systems Analysts have the key responsibility for the user contact and act as a liaison between the non-technical user and other technical staff to ensure that the user's requirements are met in the most effective way. Incumbents in this position may perform duties associated with programming. Incumbent may also be called upon to perform project management services, project review, or other similar tasks.

Contributes as a key member of a project team of Business Analysts, Systems Programmers, and end-users in the definition of systems requirements including system interfaces, processing, reporting, data, and performance requirements.

Performs complex data modeling.

Recommends integrated solutions to meet client business needs.

Works with end-users to implement the system, providing technical guidance and training to ensure a smooth transition.

Provides guidance to less experienced team members.

Performs various levels of positive and negative testing to verify the system is ready for production.

Holds training classes and develops user documentation, including system and user reference and operational manuals and checklists, case studies, and training materials.

Performs related or similar duties as required or assigned.

Company Description
Mississippi Division of Child Protection Services is a State Agency of Mississippi that supports the needs of families and children. The agency is state and federally funded.

Mississippi Division of Child Protection Services, including private non-profit providers, local government agencies, and other state agencies is to:
protect vulnerable children and adults from abuse.
neglect or exploitation.
support family preservation and community living.
prevent family violence and disruption.

The State has many benefits such as, retirement, personal and medical leave, medical and life insurance, compress schedule,


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