Scope of work
As a Product Analyst, you will partner with the business and other product teams to understand their business models in order to help formulate future strategies and develop requirements for new and enhanced functionality within our core dining systems. The Product Analyst will lead project team in connecting the vision of dining product features to the dining product backlog. The candidate will also have responsibility to manage the prioritization of user stories. In addition, they will be responsible for representing the product team in cross functional planning and implementation meetings.
This is a contract position with potential to transition to full time employee with a proven, fortune 500 company with excellent benefits. Among one of the Best Places to Work in America by Forbes Magazine. Work with a leading edge technology department leading a multi-year initiative to install a new, cutting edge software solution. This will require excellent communication skills working with business users and executives at all levels. Strong possibility for global travel during implementation phases to support business teams and users.
- BS in business, communications, information systems or other related disciplines
- Experience in Agile projects as a BA or Product Analyst
- Prev. Product Owner experience preferred
- Min. 7 years’ experience in IT and 5 years’ experience as a BA and or Product Owner/Analyst
Necessary Skills, Abilities, and other Qualities:
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