This world-class medical center with world-class security is looking for a business analyst who can smooth out the wrinkles in their employee access management processes. Are you great at solving complicated puzzles? Have a professional interest in how enterprise applications work together? Then you’ll find this gig worthy of your talents.
This organization needs a savvy business analyst to help map the extremely complex use-cases that offer staff, faculty and contract employees access to a variety of enterprise-level applications. This is business analysis at a very high level, assembling the giant jigsaw puzzle of roles, permissions, use-cases, exception cases and fall-backs that need to documented in detail before requirements can be developed.
And this is just the starting point. While you’re untangling the Gordian knot of enterprise-wide single sign-on, you’ll be spinning off integration side-projects as you go. Your areas of responsibility will expand as will your leadership within the organization.
You’re a veteran business analyst who’s worked with large companies and has experience in large-scale installation and integration projects. You have a knack for clarifying and mapping business process architecture. In fact, all your documentation is first-rate. Top candidates have experience with PeopleSoft, HCM and Oracle Access Manager. If not, be ready to explain how your experience with other enterprise-level systems and applications can be applied to this set of identity management challenges.
If you’re itching for a chance to learn about all the latest in enterprise tech, know how to keep all the stakeholders pointing in the same direction, and can turn complex processes into clear requirements, this gig is a career-maker.
There are hundreds of employees with different levels of access, and dozens of applications downstream from the permissions management repository. You’ll be solving one set of puzzles and moving on to the next, spinning off side-projects as you go.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.