Business Analyst- Long Term Contract

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
Only accepting local candidates at this time!
Our client a leader in investment management in beautiful Downtown Boston is looking for a Business Analyst to join their team. This is a great team to join because there is high visibility and room for growth.
Job Description:
This individual will define and develop business requirements for new systems and modifications to existing systems. The individual will participate in projects requiring applied knowledge of systems to translate business needs into functional requirements, develops specifications and business requirements documents, participates in the development and review of acceptance test plans and coordinates issue resolution with application developers.
Responsibilities:
- Define workflow, data and system processing requirements for bug fixes and enhancements based on user requirement reviews.
- Create functional designs and review technical designs.
-Research and obtain answers to detailed construction questions and develop unit test plans.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Qualifications:
- 1 to 2 years of Business Analyst experience
- Experience with: CRM or Salesforce
- Great communication skills
- Passion for technology
To apply OR speak to a recruiter today: Call Beth 781-263-5243
The Bowdoin Group is always seeking new technical talent to staff project-based positions with our contracting clients. We work with companies throughout the greater Boston area in a variety of industries, providing them with just-enough, just-in-time workforce solutions for their technical projects and managing a seamless transition for our contractors between old and new projects. If you are a technical consultant in search of a new position, please reach out to us! We will be happy to work with you to locate the position that best matches your skills and personality.
Check out other positions we are looking to fill: bowdoingroup.com
The Bowdoin Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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