Labcorp Business Analyst in Durham, North Carolina
We are seeking a Business Analyst for the development of a new employee-facing product. Working with the internal product management and development teams, the BA will shepherd the new product through conception-to-delivery and into the maintenance lifecycle stage using an Agile development methodology .
This position is based in Burlington, NC or Durham, NC.
Authoring user stories that deliver an outstanding user experience; breaking down user stories and business requirements into items to be worked by the product developers
Researching and documenting the details necessary to help the team fully understand what is to be built (data analysis)
Working with product developers on additions, changes, or removal of product capabilities (documenting and prioritizing reported bugs and enhancement requests)
Leading Scrum team events as needed (e.g. Daily stand-up meetings, Sprint Planning, Backlog Grooming, etc.)
Supporting QA by helping outline test scenarios, defining success criteria, and performing user acceptance testing
Maintaining JIRA boards and tasks
Working closely with Product Owner to have a clear understanding of the desired functionality for each product backlog item; raise issues to PO as needed
Assisting with training users on new features of the software upon launch
License/Certification/Education: Normally requires a B.S. Degree in Computer Science with at least 5 years of Software experience.
Desired skills and experience:
Business analyst experience delivering multiple products from concept to market in an Agile development environment
Demonstrated experience managing successful software products to deadline and to budget and with multiple stakeholders
Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Emphasis on quality work and personal accountability
3+ years of experience in IT industry.
1+ years Of Agile development methodology.
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.