Business Systems Analyst - HILS
Posted: May 3, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionPosition Description
Harvard Medical School Information Systems seeks a Business Systems Analyst professional skilled in leading requirements elicitation, journey mapping, business process redesign, and user-centered design.
This position will support the Harvard Integrated Life Sciences (HILS) Administration and will design, develop, and implement solutions to streamline HILS operations and data collection processes. The position will collaborate regularly with the HILS Director of Academic Administration and Education Staff to translate business needs into technology strategies and systems requirements. The position will participate in the full software development lifecycle (SDLC) from project inception through ongoing production support, including data analysis, testing, and training.
Minimum of two years’ post-secondary education or relevant work experience
Additional Qualifications and Skills
Minimum two years’ additional post-secondary education or relevant work experience
Knowledge of information technology applications, processes, software and equipment
Demonstrated team performance skills, service mindset approach, and the ability to act as a trusted advisor
Work is performed in an office setting
Please note this is an 18 month term position.
Job FunctionInformation Technology
USA - MA - Boston
Job CodeI0857P IT Business Analysis Prfss III
00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Pre-Employment ScreeningCriminal, Education, Identity
35 hrs. per week | Monday - Friday | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
We are committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace culture of faculty, staff, and students with diverse backgrounds, styles, abilities, and motivations. We appreciate and leverage the capabilities, insights, and ideas of all individuals. Harvard Medical School Mission and Community Values
Harvard Medical School strives to cultivate an environment that promotes inclusiveness and collaboration among students, faculty and staff and to create new avenues for discussion that will advance our shared mission to improve the health of people throughout the world.