AT&T Senior-Tech Business Analysis in Dallas, Texas
The Business Analyst is responsible
and accountable for the successful definition of requirements across the
various software initiatives of the T.Data program. The role involves
working closely with the Product Managers to translate business
requirements into system requirements with sufficient detail and
definition that such requirements can be handed off to various delivery
teams following an agile process. The Business Analyst will support
T.Data architecture and development teams to provide additional clarity
of requirements as and when needed. The Business Analyst possesses a
core capability of how to write well-formed requirements as well as a
broad knowledge of telecommunications.
with Product Managers to translate business requirements into system
- Develops and manages requirements documentation that
defines key functional and non-functional requirements to achieve
- Enter requirements into Rally with appropriate
detail so that these can be handed off to T.Data delivery teams
Writes requirements geared towards an agile development environment
specifically around use cases, user stories and scenarios/business
- Works with architects to ensure requirements are adequately
incorporated into system design.
- Supports architecture, delivery
teams and testing with enquiries about requirements
- Works with
internal Product Manager and other AT&T program stakeholders to
Qualifications / Skills
- 5+ Years of experience of
business analysis work, 2+ Years in an agile environment
problem solving skills.
- Experience of documenting system
requirements via Use Cases, User Stories and business rules.
Excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate complex
principles to business users
- Ability to balance competing demands
and reprioritize effectively.
- Strong critical thinking in complex
situations with an ability to deal with ambiguity
interpersonal and analytical skills.
- Knowledge of
telecommunications in either the sales, service or assurance areas
Knowledge of Agile Craft a plus
- BS/BA in computer science,
engineering, or business.