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Post Looking for a Junior and Senior Business Analyst - February 14, 2011, 03:28 PM

Would prefer someone with background in IT. But its not required.

Both jobs are 3 month long contracts with possible extensions (but im not going to guarantee anything and give someone the wrong idea).

Pay for the Junior position is $28/hr

Pay for the Senior position is up to $60/hr depending on experience

Both positions start ASAP.

Hit me up if youre interested.

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February 14, 2011, 03:41 PM

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February 14, 2011, 03:49 PM

cant give client name because of our sla agreements, but....

junior BA is a remote (telecommute) position, end client being DoL. with occasional need to come into the tysons corner office.

senior BA is in herndon with one of the largest govt contractors out there.
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February 14, 2011, 04:02 PM

Noted. Can you give detail on:

- scope of assignment,
- industry or department.
- deliverables.

Business Analyst is a very broad basket.



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February 14, 2011, 04:19 PM

Here's the job descriptions:

Junior BA
Work Description:
- These candidate will be doing the following types of projects:
o Looking at separate, recently developed applications and identifying their commonalities.
o Analyzing requirements that have already been acquired by the Senior BA’s
o Doing Failure Modes Effects analysis
o Determining if existing process maps align with new documentation and approaches
Requirements:
- 5 years of total experience (can be less depending on eduation)
- Experience with requirement documents and developing process flows
- Experience with trace matrices
- Experience helping to build out deliverables

Senior BA
The BA needs to be able to:
- Partner with the Project Manager to determine stakeholders and schedule interviews
- Facilitate subject matter expert and consensus building meetings for operational staff as well as client-facing staff
- Elicit, document, analyze, package, and communicate risks, concerns, issues, options and recommendations
- 5+ Years of BA experience
- Bachelors Degree

BA Capabilities:
- Process management experience preferably in support of a project detailing processes and impacts for a dispersed working environment
- Requirements elicitation, communication, and documentation experience (soft/hard skills here will aid in eliciting data points)
- Business rules elicitation, communication, and documentation experience (soft/hard skills here will aid in eliciting data points)
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February 15, 2011, 03:43 PM

perfect for someone in between jobs?

I mean 3 months is a very short contract. Are you willing to hire people currently working 40+ work weeks?


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February 15, 2011, 04:05 PM

The Junior BA role has been filled, which was the remote one.

For the other role they are gearing up for some bid's so thats why they need the BA's.

I mean...if your fine working 80 hours per week and can do it week in and week out than I don't have/see a problem. But thats nearly impossible to swing unless u work night shifts with one of the jobs.
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