Agile Business Analyst

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Employer: Vauban GFI
Domain:
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 24.07.2020
    Short company description

    Vauban joined the GFI Group at the beginning of January 2019. With more than 450 consultants in Romania, Vauban is a leading provider of IT services and innovative applications. Created in 2007, the company has experienced strong growth and has established itself as a reference partner for key accounts in the Banking, Telecom, Industry and Energy sectors.

    Requirements

    - SQL skills, Database concepts and Data Warehouse concepts at an intermediate level
    - Practical knowledge of Agile methodologies, especially with practices of writing and prioritizing backlog items (INVEST, DEEP, Value Stream Map, etc....)
    - Very good level of English
    - At least 2 years of experience in Agile projects, especially data driven projects
    - Product Owner experience would be a plus

    Responsibilities

    The Agile Business Analyst main function is to assist the Product Owner in the daily backlog management (writing of User Stories, validation of User Stories, sorting and prioritization of backlog). He/She cannot replace the Product Owner who is the only one responsible for the backlog and decision making.

    • Enlightens with digital experience the solutions imagined by Product Owner (best practices, consistency with market standards…)
    • Gives advice on possible improvements in product backlog
    • Supports Product Owner in Product Backlog prioritization
    • Proposes prioritization adjustment based on the perceived value
    • Participates in life cycle of Product Backlog
    • Ensures that the Product Backlog is visible, transparent, and clear to all
    • Details each selected feature in the form of a User Story small enough to be implemented within one sprint, including acceptance criteria necessary for the team to understand and develop the user story
    • Understands and prioritize Technical Stories suggested by the team as well as Defect Stories
    • Clarify any User Story upon request from the Development Team during a Sprint
    • Participates and contribute to Agile events with the Team
    • Contributes to testing User Stories developed by the Agile team
    • Accepts or refuses developed Stories (if the Product Owner has granted delegation)
    • Evaluates the quality of previous releases and current release in production
    • Checks the new release for regression issues