Consultant, Systems Analyst
Norima, a Winnipeg-based technology consulting company that prides itself on its ability to deliver results in the most complex and challenging business environments, and recently acknowledged as one of the best workplaces in Canada, is in need of experienced Systems Analysts with functional and technical expertise to join one of our key delivery teams. Job Description We are looking for candidates with exemplary character, competence, and consistency to join a growing team of professionals who share a passion for solving complex problems with technology-based solutions in the role of Systems Analyst. Overall Qualifications Norima is a fast-paced, entrepreneurial company, looking to hire the best, brightest, and hardest working consultants onto our high-calibre team. As the ideal candidate, you: Are client delivery focused, and committed to working as a flexible extension to our clients to earn a place as their trusted advisor; Possess superior written and verbal communication skills; Have a natural curiosity towards gaining new understanding and broadening your knowledge base; Are skilled in managing and prioritizing multiple projects and competing deadlines; and Have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Previous experience in Financial Services an asset. Technical Requirements A post-secondary education in Computer Science or Information Technology; A minimum of seven (7) years of work experience in systems analysis and information technologies; Experience engaging with different clients and development teams to design, build and test complex solutions; Experience facilitating working sessions for requirements discovery, for problem investigation, to gain group consensus, and/or to aid decision making; The ability to model, abstract, and simplify complex concepts so that they can be understood by a variety of stakeholders; Effective communication of requirements and specifications to a variety of audiences, including business users, technical stakeholders and senior leadership; Proven ability to act as a technical liaison between development teams and clients/stakeholders; Practiced in use cases modeling, interface data mapping, and associated processes, including data modeling, functional specification modeling and process modeling; Experience eliciting and documenting technical specifications for solutions; and Experience identifying and analyzing technical problems or gaps between current and future state. Comfortable developing clear, concise and detailed documentation, including functional and non-functional specifications; and Strong understanding of the benefits and limitations of various SDLC methodologies (Waterfall & Agile).
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