Business Analyst (ITS Project Management Office)
What we do
KPMG is a global network of professional services firms. KPMG professionals provide Audit, Tax and Advisory services to a wide range of clients, from leading brands to public bodies, global multi-nationals and local businesses.
- Analyze business processes, taking into account business strategy and goals, data flows, existing systems/applications, IT architecture and suggest ways of optimizing them.
- Critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, decompose high-level information into details, abstract up from low-level information to a general understanding, and distinguish user requests from the underlying true needs.
- Proactively communicate and collaborate with external and internal customers to analyze business needs and functional requirements and deliver the project documents as needed (business case, functional and non-functional requirements, procedures, use cases, user interface mock up, test cases).
- Represent requirements using alternative views, such as visual analysis models (diagrams), prototypes, presentations.
- Propose reasonable alterations of requirements where appropriate and brings value.
- Document requirements specifications according to standard templates.
- Report to the Project managers, Head of PMO and IT Director about any major issues or concerns.
- Successfully engage in multiple projects simultaneously.
- Be the liaison between the business units, technology teams and support teams.
- Participate in testing where necessary.
- Provide trainings to support teams prior to a project launch.
- Business processes modeling in specified notation (preferred UML, knowledge of any other notation like BPMN, EPC is a plus).
- System development life cycle knowledge (Waterfall, Agile, SCRUM).
- Understanding of web-based technologies and client-server model concepts.
- Understanding of database concepts.
- Computer Skills: advanced MS office (particularly MS Visio, PowerPoint, MS Project).
- Knowledge of the MS SQL (composing and execution of the basic queries, etc.) is a plus.
- Understanding of the OOP (object-oriented programming) principles is a plus.
- .NET basics or Java knowledge is a plus.