Laboratory IT Systems Business Analyst

Key Role:

Identify and document system requirements for complex, enterprise IT systems used for public health and life science. Analyze and solve problems that can improve public health and laboratory operations, using understanding of the end-user, organizational stakeholders, and system capabilities. Develop solutions by conducting analysis sessions with users and stakeholders. Document findings into functional and non-functional requirements, use-cases, data dictionaries, designs, and wireframes. Translate complex public health requirements into technical system specifications for development teams.

This position is open to remote delivery anywhere within the U.S., to include the District of Columbia.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience with business process and requirements analysis, and applying an enterprise-wide set of disciplines for the planning, analysis, design, and construction of information systems on an enterprise-wide basis or across a major sector of the enterprise

  • Experience with presenting to a senior audience

  • Experience with developing functional and non-functional requirements, effective acceptance criteria, design documents, or wireframes

  • Experience with creating verbal and written communication products for clients and end-users, including system demonstrations, PowerPoint presentations, and whitepapers

  • Knowledge of Agile software delivery, SDLC methodology and health informatics principles

  • Ability to work well with multiple and varying stakeholders, work on multiple projects, and meet tight deadlines

  • Ability to quickly learn new and complex applications

  • Ability to demonstrate attention to detail while working on multiple tasks at the same time

  • BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

  • 4+ years experience in a professional setting in life science, laboratory science, or laboratory informatics

  • Experience with laboratory assays, workflows, and Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS)

  • Experience supporting a federal health agency, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

  • Experience supporting enterprise-wide software implementation

  • Knowledge of Team Foundation Server (TFS)

  • Knowledge of software and database concepts, software development processes and practices following Agile or Scrum methodology

  • MA or MS degree in Computer Science, IT, or Biological Sciences

  • Certifications in Agile, CSM, CBAP, or CBDA


The proposed salary range for this position in Colorado is 70,000 to 80,000. Final salary will be determined based on various factors.

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