Cost/Benefit Systems Analyst

Company Name:
Professional Technical Resources, LLC
Cost/Benefit Systems Analyst
Job ID Cost/Benefit
Systems Analyst
Length of Engagement: 6 month Contract
Salem, OR
No visa sponsorship, no third
party submittals
Position Description:
Reviews, analyzes, and modifies
programming systems including encoding, testing, debugging and
installing to support an organization''s application systems.
Consults with users to identify current operating procedures
and to clarify program objectives.
Requires a bachelor''s degree
in area of specialty and at least 8 years of experience in the
field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field''s
concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience
and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety
of complicated tasks. May provide consultation on complex projects
and is considered to be the top level contributor or specialist.
Analyze and document current
business and system processes related to document management.
Assess the technical issues
with the current system.
Analyze business requirements
related to document management and assess how the system is or
is not meeting these requirements.
Perform cost benefit analysis
on options to integrate COTS products such as EDMS, web forms,
etc., into the system.
Provide options with cost, benefits,
and level of effort estimates for different approaches.
Required Skills, Knowledge
and Experience:
7+ years Cost/Benefit Analysis
7+ years Document Management
Infrastructure experience
7+ years Document Management
Workflow experience
7+ years EDMS experience
7+ years Web Forms experience
Proficient with SQL
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