Jacobs ServiceNow Business Analyst in Krakow, Poland
ServiceNow Business Analyst
Works with key project stakeholders to capture business and user requirements. Business analysts will work with development teams to ensure the requirements are understood, developed, tested, and delivered to specification.
Main accountabilities, in addition to standard Jacobs policies and procedures, include but are not limited to the following:
Representing project stakeholders throughout the planning, development, and release processes
Owning the relationship with project stakeholders to identify, model, and document business, process, and data requirements
Working with the platform operations or support team to develop release estimates
Helping the platform operations or support team understand the business and test requirements
Translating technical complexities to project stakeholders to make sure they understand the design decisions
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Business analysts should possess sound foundational knowledge of the Service Now Platform and applications.
Detailed understanding of the business users serviced by the Now Platform, and the ability to describe business and user requirements in a manner that enables system administrators, application developers, and quality assurance engineers to understand, estimate the relative effort, and deliver business functionality.
In addition to having a strong technical foundation and knowledge of the Now Platform, business analysts should have strong communications and relationship-building skills and the ability to identify the downstream implications of new requirements. Working hours 12.00-20.00 (Warsaw time)
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