Title: Applications Analyst-JAD
Job Number: 1043
Location: Seattle, WA
Job DescriptionJAD Facilitators plan and conduct facilitated workshops for the purpose of re-engineering business processes, defining system requirements, and designing systems. This is a high-visibility position within ITS. The selected applicant will receive professional training and will then respond to requests from a wide range of business and technical areas concerning a great variety of business functions and information systems. In addition to conducting sessions, Facilitators also promote the process within Airborne and pro-actively identify facilitation opportunities. Depending on session load, Facilitators may also have an opportunity to become involved in other Development Center projects associated with mainframe and distributed development environment tools and processes.
- Excellent communication skills - both oral and written.
- Demonstrated ability to work with a group to identify business needs and lead a group to consensus.
- Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, planning, and group problem solving skills.
- Ability to work with many levels of business and technical people in an effective and professional manner.
Desired Skills and Experience
- Six or more years of increasingly responsible positions in systems development and maintenance.
- Experience in managing or leading projects.
- Understanding of business process modeling techniques.
- Experience in the entire system development life cycle, from requirements definition through maintenance.
- Knowledge of the air express business.
- Project-related experience with modeling and prototyping.
Note: Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States
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Seattle, WA 98111-0662
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