Harrisburg, PA

Short Description:
PDA is looking for a Program Manager that will function as a Business Analyst
Complete Description:
The Program Manager will function as a Business Analyst and is responsible for the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals. This position will be part of a development team located at the Department of Agriculture and will participate in requirements gathering, testing, and documenting the business needs. :¢ Strong organization and writing skills. :¢ Willing to assist with training, developing user guides or other Business Analyst activities when necessary :¢ Experience creating user stories, tasks, and bugs in Azure DevOps Studio :¢ Strong organization and writing skills. :¢ Communicates clearly and works with users and client as necessary. :¢ Experience in working on a Scrum Team. :¢ Experience with Automated Testing practices and software, such as Selenium. :¢ Experience participating in Facilitated Workshops for requirements analysis. :¢ Experience creating workflows using formal notation such as the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN :¢ Knowledge of formal requirements gathering methodologies. :¢ Experience developing Business Requirements - project initiation document, what the needed achievements will be, and the quality measures. :¢ Experience developing Functional requirements - describe what the system, process, or product/service must do in order to fulfill the business requirements. :¢ Experience developing User (stakeholder) requirements - are a very important part of the deliverables, the needs of the stakeholders will have to be correctly interpreted. This deliverable can also reflect how the product will be designed, developed, and define how test cases must be formulated. :¢ Experience developing Quality-of-service (non-functional) requirements - re requirements that do not perform a specific function for the business requirement but are needed to support the functionality. For example: performance, scalability, quality of service (QoS), security and usability.