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Pitisci & Associates
Posted on Apr 13
The Business Analyst will assume ownership of the product backlog for product development.
The Business Analyst is a key member of the Product Management team, and performs a critical role in Agile software development. Working closely with the development team, the Business Analyst will manage the product backlog, write user stories and acceptance criteria, define release objectives and perform acceptance testing of new features and changes in the release.
The Business Analyst will be a leader who is highly motivated, has excellent communication skills and a passion for technology, innovation and business development.
Create and maintain the Product Backlog
Act as a liaison between the business and the customer to understand and define product requirements to meet the customer’s need.
Prioritize and sequence the Product Backlog according to business value as defined by customer needs, market needs and sales feedback
Write user stories (requirements) with defined acceptance criteria
Work on grooming and designing of user stories
Release Management – Assist with defining the content for each product release and development sprint
Participate in the daily stand ups, Planning Meetings, development meetings (Reviews and Retrospectives)
Continuously answer questions to add detail to requirements and drive development progress
Sign off and accept user stories delivered by the development team
Be the “voice of the customer”
Create release collateral (internal and external facing)
Identify ways to improve internal product knowledge and readiness
Business savvy with significant industry knowledge and understanding of business, markets and customers
Strong process documentation skills
Working knowledge of agile methodologies and SDLC
Maintain a continual understanding of web and mobile development technology.
Strong communication skills with proven ability to converse at all levels of organizations, externally and internally
Decision making skills, often in the face of opposition
Experience being actively engaged with development teams on projects and deliveries
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