Become a member of CGI as we collaborate with our Life Sciences clients to transform the way they work today and enable their path forward. CGI's capabilities and our client engagements will offer you an exciting path for growth. We strongly encourage and facilitate our members' development through various avenues including leading engagements, developing new service offerings, designing solutions, and preparing proposals. Our practice's focus on the New England region allows our consultants to work predominately with local clients, while CGI's national and international operations offers opportunities for travel if desired. We are seeking candidates with Business Analyst experience in Life Sciences field, as well as strong consulting, analysis, problem solving and communication skills. If you are looking to make your career journey extraordinary while delivering innovative client projects, come and be a part of CGI's continued success.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
* Gather requirements through meeting/interviewing client stakeholders, and document the requirements accordingly.
* Improve systems by studying current practices, identifying opportunities for improvement, and designing modifications to the application or procedures.
* Perform data analysis in order to support problem resolution and recommendation development
* Determine and document recommended software configuration.
* Build consensus both within the CGI and client teams, and achieve goals through influence
* Develop test cases to ensure user requirements are met and the system performs as expected.
* Develop training material to support rollout of project deliverables; deliver training to the client's trainers, or client's end-users
* Participate in project status meetings, internally and with the client.
* Escalate appropriately critical unresolved issues, including recommendations for resolution.
* Contribute to developing CGI's business by identifying additional opportunities at existing clients, participating in proposal development response teams, and new service offering creation.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
A minimum of 5 years relevant Business Analyst experience
5+ years experience working in the Life Sciences sector, either directly in industry or as a consultant.
2+ years of management consulting, advisory or professional services consulting experience
Bachelor's degree in information technology, computer science or a related field
Experience gathering business requirements, gap analysis, process flows, road mapping, solution design
Able to work under tight deadlines
High attention to detail through proofing, follow through and scheduling
Thrives in a dynamic work environment balancing priorities for efficient workflow
Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills
Creative thinking and ability to seek innovative solutions to complex technical/business problems
A team player that is able to put the project or team success before their own, while also developing other members of team
Adeptness to work collaboratively on a team as well as independently
* Business Analysis
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