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IRP- Student, UBC

Business Analyst II, Student Solution

Location
Ubc, BC
Details
Full Time
14 days ago
Salary
87,340 to 136,468 per year

JOB SUMMARY

UBC has embarked on a multi-year journey to transform its academic and administrative support processes and system environments for the entire UBC community. In November 2020, UBC successfully went live with its new HR and Finance implementation of Workday. The Integrated Renewal Program (IRP) is now focused on the journey to renew the Student information ecosystem, anchored by the implementation of Workday Student.

The Integrated Renewal Program—Student (IRP Student) vision is to transform the way UBC supports learning and research, and how UBC works, to create a cohesive, integrated, and enriched experience for students, staff, and faculty. This implementation will result in superior support for UBC students, a better user experience, a new set of tools, a new way of working, and improved reporting for informed decision-making. IRP Student will leverage the industry-leading cloud enterprise solution Workday to replace our current core Student administration systems with a new integrated, user friendly, mobile-enabled platform.
For more information on the IRP, please visit www.integrated-renewal.ubc.ca

The Business Analyst II on the Student team leads the assessment of client needs in an effort to align business initiatives with information technology solutions. The Business Analyst II on IRP’s Student Solution team will provide expertise in the areas of requirements definition, business process analysis and design, functional design, data, functional specifications for integrations and reporting configuration, implementation, testing, training and documentation to deliver enterprise solutions to the UBC community. Majority of work will be performed in a formal project team. This project has a high degree of complexity, influence, and impact as our solution is designed for the majority of constituents in the UBC community.

ORGANIZATIONAL STATUS

The Business Analyst II reports to an assigned Project Manager of the project they are assigned to within the Integrated Renewal Program. The Business Analyst II works closely with management and staff in other IRP workstreams, and other administrative and academic units. Strategic or day-to-day direction on work performed may also be provided by Senior Business Analysts, Senior Manager or Director, Student Solution.

WORK PERFORMED

Specific Duties:

  • Conducts workflow and gap analysis for operational support processes
  • Performs analysis and identification of requirements for data, reporting and integrations
  • Supports technical data conversion team in the specification of data conversion mapping, crosswalks, conversion logic and validation of data conversion
  • Supports technical integrations team in the understanding of functional processes, process and data requirements of integrations, and validation of integration testing
  • Supports technical reporting team in the understanding of functional requirements, data and reporting requirements
  • Acquires and maintains a working knowledge of the university's technical and business environment.
  • Understands key technical environments to effectively identify integration, security, scalability, and performance requirements
  • Builds and maintains good working relationships with project teams, business analyst peers, stakeholders, and vendors
  • Analyses the impacts of proposed changes to technology services and or processes within the UBC community.
  • Collaborates with technical data conversion, reporting and integration teams to provide functional information

 TEAMWORK AND CROSS-FUNCTIONAL WORK

In general, provides mentoring and coaching to new or less experienced business analysts, as well as provides leadership and education to other staff in the Student team on demonstrated areas of expertise. May supervise work of other business analysts on the project.

QUALIFICATIONS

Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline. A minimum of 5 years of experience, in-depth knowledge of applications and the business requirements supporting them or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in software implementation projects in a business analyst role is preferred.

 

  • Experience in producing business analysis deliverables such as: BRDs, use cases, user scenarios, user stories, BPMs.
  • Strong knowledge of business process mapping and improvement/re-engineering.
  • Knowledge of BPMN.
  • Experience facilitating groups to achieve an appropriate outcome
  • Knowledge of data analysis and data modeling (conceptual, logical)
  • Experience with data conversion of enterprise systems
  • Experience with implementing integrations between enterprise systems
  • Experience with specifying and writing reports for business stakeholders
  • Working knowledge project management, quality assurance and change management discipline.
  • Solid understanding of key trends and players in the IT industry and higher-education sector.
  • Excellent organizational, planning, and prioritization skills. Able to multi-task and deliver multiple assignments in a fast-paced and changing environment.
  • Superior interpersonal skills. Proven ability to work effectively and diplomatically with a wide range of individuals at all organizational levels.
  • Demonstrates the willingness, ability, and enthusiasm to learn new processes, methodologies or technologies.
  • Proven knowledge and continuous learning of business analysis discipline and best practices, and demonstrated contributions to practice improvement.
  • Experience on an enterprise level implementation project is an asset.

APPLY TODAY AND WORK FOR UBC:

  • UBC is proud to rank 37th globally in the 2022 THE World University Rankings (https://bit.ly/3ywT7dY ). 
  • UBC has been recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers, UBC offers faculty and staff a family-friendly work environment as well as a comprehensive benefits plan.
  • During the pandemic, UBC continues to invest in the community in promoting the well-being and mental health of faculty, staff and student.

If you are interested in the Business Analyst II, Student Delivery role, please visit our UBC Staff Career portal to see the full job posting and to apply directly no later than January 30, 2022.

https://ubc.wd10.myworkdayjobs.com/ubcstaffjobs/job/UBC-Vancouver-Campus/Business-Analyst-II_JR5888 

 

Thank you in advance for your interest and application!

Category
Information Technology