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Business Analyst

Clear Measure is a custom software engineering firm that brings a competitive advantage to growing companies. We work with executives to manage their entire software engineering life-cycle from technical strategy to 24-hour support. Many executives are concerned that their technology may not be keeping up with their competition, frustrated with their ability to scale systems & processes, or experiencing lost profitability due to inefficiencies in their software. We partner with mid-market companies to learn about their business objectives and are intimately involved in every stage of the engagement.

No job description can adequately describe a job, your experience filling it, or the career growth possible through it.  Clear Measure is looking for ambitious, talented, and experienced professionals to become an integral team member in support of our engineers, executives, and clients.  The engineering analyst (also known as a business analyst) will assume an important role in supporting the infrastructure of our engineering teams.  All positions at Clear Measure have a tremendous opportunity for professional growth. There will be constant change, but one thing is certain: You will learn faster at Clear Measure than you will anywhere else.

****  This position does not offer opportunity for remote work.  You must be able to work from the office located in San Antonio, TX.

Watch this video to find out more about what it's like to work at Clear Measure.

Responsibilities for this role:

  • Works hand-in-hand with a solution architect, particularly at the beginning of engagements, to understand client businesses.
  • Builds strong, trust-based working relationships with client business and IT stakeholders.
  • Fleshes out and documents detailed requirements for feature backlog items in collaboration with client stakeholders.
  • Prepares development sprint plans and communicates requirements, constraints, and conditions of acceptance to software developers.
  • Validates functionality produced by developers aligns with business stakeholder goals and objectives.
  • Participates in software demonstrations while clearly articulating how delivered software features address business critical requirements.  
  • Determines and documents user requirements for business processes and abide by those requirements for all projects
  • Creates comprehensive test cases and the application and hardware level
  • Works with business users to accept and deploy the software
  • Provides technical expertise in identifying, evaluating, and developing systems and procedures that are cost effective and meet user requirements
  • Work with teams to develop accurate estimates of the work required and develop achievable timelines
  • Work across various teams and functions to execute initiatives and tasks
  • Partner with the business unit to identify and document core needs and gaps.

The ideal candidate will possess the following traits:

  • Humble, generally nice person, servant attitude, earning the trust of clients and everyone you meet
  • You want the best thing for the client, even if the best thing is to end our project with them
  • You have just as much passion for their business objectives as you do about the technology used to achieve them
  • You are a passionate, voracious continuous learner.  You naturally have kept up with the latest trends, technologies and tools in the industry
  • You naturally find yourself teaching others (blogging, speaking, mentoring, giving advice on twitter, etc)
  • Your background is in software and business development
  • Continuous professional networking
  • Has experience supervising, guiding, or mentoring developers
  • Knowledge of SQL; C#,Net. JavaScript, other languages desired

Professional experience required:

  • Experience working on business problems that are complex and diverse in scope
  • Advanced understanding of business systems and industry requirements
  • Collaboration and Negotiation skills
  • Ability to develop strong relationships with business leaders
  • Excellent communication and influential skills

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