Business Analyst Job at eHealth Africa: Kano State
eHealth Africa designs and implements data-driven solutions and technologies to improve health systems for and with local communities. eHA’s technology works in low connectivity settings, and smartly uses data to drive decision-making by local governments and partner agencies to get optimum results.
They are recruiting to fill the vacant position below:
Job Title: Business Analyst
- The Business Analyst is responsible for the requirements analysis and documentation, specification, development cycle and execution of a variety of software projects.
- S/he manages the sprint and release process and communicates all changes to relevant stakeholders.
- Requirements Analysis, Sprint Planning, Release Planning, Agile
Duties and Responsibilities
- Discovers, documents, and prioritizes client needs and requirements, translating them to specific software requirements
- Supports Information Systems Manager in developing specifications, timelines and budget
- Manages prioritization in close coordination with the programmes and engineering teams
- Organizes and facilitates project planning, daily stand-ups, reviews, retrospectives, sprint and release planning, demos and other project-related meetings
Qualifications / Skills / Experience
- Bachelor’s degree from college or university in Computer Science, Business Management, Engineering, Information Systems Technology or related field
- Understanding of Agile/Scrum Framework
- Excellent written and verbal communications with a strong aptitude for succinctly presenting thoughts and ideas to internal and external stakeholders
- Organizational skills and great attention to detail
- Must be able to work as a member of a team and possess good problem solving skills
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- The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk.
- The employee is frequently required to sit and use a computer and/or reach with hands and arms.