At SCIC, we're helping keep Saskatchewan's agriculture industry strong and it takes great people, working together as a community, to make it happen. Our values reflect who we are at SCIC. We value focusing on the producer, innovation, teamwork and community, accountability to ourselves and others and leadership at all levels.
Reporting directly to the Manager, Business Services, this position is responsible for corporate business requirements gathering and documentation.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
Facilitate meetings to validate, prioritize and document specific business requirements for enhancements and/or new project developments and implementation in support of the corporate strategy.
Proactively gather information regarding business processes for review and analysis.
Create documentation and use cases to assist in the analysis of processes.
Lead stakeholders to elicit, analyze, model, communicate and validate requirements for changes to business processes and information systems.
Perform investigation, feasibility analysis and business planning for a requirements definition project.
Develop detailed business and first-level user requirements documentation, adhering to business policies/procedures and operational standards, to include project time and resource estimates.
Define and develop requirements activities for a project. This includes identifying key roles, selecting requirements activities, managing the requirements scope and ongoing communication program.
Conduct feasibility studies and develop business cases that review existing services or processes, determining future business needs or opportunities and recommending strategies that satisfy business needs and objectives.
Ensure business requirements are accurately reflected in IT documentation by reviewing designs, prototypes, and other artifacts.
Provide business analysis and leadership throughout the project.
Act as the key resource to project teams and provide guidance and direction to other business analysts.
The successful candidate must present a work ethic supporting our corporate values and Saskatchewan agriculture, must provide an acceptable criminal record check and should the successful candidate participate in the Crop Insurance or AgriStability Programs, their account must be in good standing.
Relocation allowance may be provided.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
To be successful in this position you will need a Degree in computer science, business administration or a related field with a minimum of five years’ experience as a business analyst.
Must have business analysis certification such as Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP).
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification would be considered an asset.
Sound knowledge of business modeling, requirements facilitation, elicitation, and gathering, especially with use-case techniques.
Ability to adapt to changing deadlines using excellent planning and scheduling techniques.
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with other employees.
Ability to identify and resolve conflict effectively using superb interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Ability to analyze business needs and processes to help identify project impacts using excellent analytical skills.
Ability to conceptualize and think creatively while maintaining attention to detail.
Ability to effectively direct teams to reach desired results through proven leadership and organizational skills.
Ability to work with minimum direction/supervision.
Familiarity with Rational Requisite Pro and Share Point.
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
Decision Making - Balances risk and potential implications before making a decision.
Service Excellence - Develops and implements practices and programs that will benefit the organization while improving customer satisfaction and customer experience.
Communication - Responds to audiences needs by modifying the approach, content or format of the communication.
Accountability - Promotes integrity in others by maintaining consistent values and performance standards.
Building Organizational Community - Actively builds relationships by establishing respect, trust, support and understanding.
Performance Management - Continuously strives to meet or exceed organization and unit goals and objectives.
Process Management - Ensures policies and processes are up to-date and most efficient.
Analytical Thinking - Evaluates the impact of possible outcomes to determine the best possible option.
Strategic Thinking - Listens and influences others to generate enthusiasm and commitment to the organization’s vision, values, mission and strategic direction.
Innovation - Is a self-starter.
Team Collaboration - Develops relationships by establishing respect, trust, support and understanding.
Planning and Risk Management - Thinks ahead, evaluates risks and plans contingencies.
Personal Leadership and Development - Models integrity and inclusiveness by being open, acting with empathy, sharing resources/knowledge across teams and being respectful of all skills and viewpoints.
The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) is a provincial treasury board Crown Corporation committed to a helthy and vibrant agriculture industry in the province. As a part of Saskatchewan's agricultural framework, SCIC administers business risk management programs for producers.