FT Admin - Business Analyst-Financial Services
Title: FT Admin - Business Analyst-Financial Services
This posting is open until filled
The date after which applications are not guaranteed review is: 1/28/2022
Hours Per Week: 40 Hours
Compensation Type: Annual Salary
New Hire Starting Pay: $53,815 - $59,619
Employee Classification: FT Admin-Union
Level: FT Administrative-3
Division: Financial Services - 70000
Department: Project Mgmt & Business Analysis - 70400
Campus Location: LCC Downtown Campus
Position Type: Regular/Continuing
Bargaining Unit: AFT
To view the applicable labor contract, visit the Labor Relations web site.Job Summary:
The Business Analyst (“BA”) reports to the Director of Project Management and Business Analysis (“Director”) and provides technical and functional support for the Financial Services divisional software solutions such as the College’s ERP, reporting solution(s) and other ancillary systems. This position serves as a primary contact, subject matter expert, and representative for Sharepoint, the Dynamic Forms platform, Evisions Suite products and other systems as assigned. The incumbent possesses a high level of analytical, technical, and problem solving skills as well as a good knowledge of LCC operations and business processes.
The incumbent works collaboratively with other business departments across the College and cross divisional subject-matter experts to ensure the effective communication and coordination of project activities related to upgrades, enhancements, corrections, training, and the integration of changes to the College’s user base. The incumbent will work closely with Information Technology staff to support and participate in the configuration, development, testing, and implementation of enterprise system modifications. The incumbent will be trained and take part in providing cross over training with project team members and IT staff to reinforce knowledge transfer activities and provide backup support for assigned IT systems.
This position will provide continuous quality improvement through issue research and resolution, analysis of software modifications, business process review and mapping, requirements documentation, and general technical assistance. The incumbent will be responsible for configuring systems to deliver identified business requirements and resolving technical issues affecting business practices, while ensuring solutions are technologically feasible, enforceable, and compliant with federal regulations and balancing conflicting and/or multiple priorities. The incumbent assures that any and all changes or modifications to assigned systems are fully documented, thoroughly tested, and approved before going into production. The BA will provide exceptional customer service while resolving system issues, producing and maintaining reporting solutions, facilitating user base access to assigned systems, providing training to the college’s user base, and supporting other projects as assigned. The BA will communicate with customers appropriate to their knowledge and understanding to support the resolution and delivery of solutions. The BA maintains a high level of professionalism at all times and subscribes, both personally and professionally, to the values of the Financial Services Division and commits to hold others accountable to them as well.
- Bachelor’s Degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education OR an equivalent combination of education and experience in information technology or related field required.
- Demonstrated relevant work experience with information management systems required.
- Training, education or experience in working with relational databases or data analysis systems (e.g. Access, SQL, Oracle) required.
- Three years relevant work experience with information management systems preferred.
- Knowledge of Financial Services data analysis and business processes preferred.
- Knowledge of Ellucian Banner System preferred.
- Knowledge of Sharepoint and/or web site development preferred.
- Demonstrated project management experience in a fast-paced, changing environment preferred.
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.