Friday, 27 December 2013

{SAP JOBS USA:131134} .NET Technical System Analyst

.NET Technical System Analyst
6+ months   
Newark, NJ   

-Bachelors degree in CS or equivalent experience preferred
-3+ Years experience working in a highly collaborative role within a technology organization 
-Prior experience in the development and design of functional specifications for complex projects
-Prior experience with programming/development in .NET application will be a plus.
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills
-Knowledge of tooling in the Application Lifecycle Management space will be a huge plus
-Experience with analytical tools such as MS Office Suite, Visio, DB Artisan will be a plus
-Experience with versioning software
-Experience with commonly used SDLC methodologies such as waterfall, iterative, agile, etc. 
-Good understanding of relational databases (RDB) and RDB design with the ability to create and read Entity Relationship Diagrams 
-Good understanding of Web architecture, Object Oriented Architecture (OOA) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) will be a plus
-Insurance industry experience will be a plus    
-Detailed understanding of business requirements
-Produce Functional specification document
-Review Technical Specification document
-Provide analysis estimates for projects and initiatives
-Collaborate with interfacing applications
-Analyze defects reported by quality assurance team
-Collaborate with business partners for seeking clarifications on requirements   
Exp:  6+   

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