Mid- Software Requirements Specialist
Mid- Software Requirements Specialist
Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)
Main location: United States, Virginia, All
Position ID: J0623-1037
Employment Type: Full Time
The ideal candidate for this position is a problem solver. As a Software Requirements Specialist, you will use your knowledge, skills, and abilities to solve organizational information challenges and will use your critical thinking skills to identify client requirements and translate those into detailed instructions for your development team to execute. The ideal Software Requirements Specialist also has strong writing and communication skills, ability to learn technical concepts, and is able to build relationships with both their team members and clients.
This position can be worked Nationwide.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Your future duties and responsibilities
-Gather, develop, document and validate business, functional and technical requirements.
-Interact with client during Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions.
-Interact with advanced business analysts and solution developers to communicate and validate requirements.
-Perform functional and integrated testing.
-Prepare and maintain project documentation and artifacts including analysis, reports and user documentation.
-Works with project managers, developers, and end users to ensure application designs meet business requirements.
-Assists all phases of software systems programming applications.
-Evaluates new and existing software products.
-Author and prepare meeting minutes to be distributed to a variety of audiences
-Author user stories, test scripts, and other Agile deliverables
-US Citizenship required.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
-Bachelor's degree, Computer Information Systems preferred
-3-8 years work experience as an analyst on a software-focused team
-Knowledge of SDLC
-Functional analysis and strong writing skills.
-Excellent communication skills
-Ability to work effectively within a team environment under tight timelines
-Ability to multi-task and support multiple projects at once
-Experience working with JIRA and Confluence
Due to the nature of the government contracts this position requires US Citizenship.
CGI is required by law in some jurisdictions to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. The determination of this range includes various factors not limited to: skill set level, experience and training, and licensure and certifications. CGI typically does not hire individuals at or near the top of the range for their role. Compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the current range is $80,000-110,000.
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While technology is at the heart of our clients’ digital transformation, we understand that people are at the heart of business success.
When you join CGI, you become a trusted advisor, collaborating with colleagues and clients to bring forward actionable insights that deliver meaningful and sustainable outcomes. We call our employees “members” because they are CGI shareholders and owners and owners who enjoy working and growing together to build a company we are proud of. This has been our Dream since 1976, and it has brought us to where we are today — one of the world’s largest independent providers of IT and business consulting services.
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