The Analyst in Co-operative and Experiential Education (CEE) is responsible for performing end to end business analysis in order to design and recommend effective business process solutions, systems solutions where applicable, modify and evolve the solutions as required, and see them through to effective implementation and execution. The analyst must possess the flexibility to work on a number and different types of initiatives at the same time using a variety of techniques. The analyst will be responsible for performing project management to ensure the various initiatives are moving towards completion in a timely manner. The analyst will work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to ensure that any analysis completed has taken all impacted stakeholders and their requirements into account. The analyst must be solution oriented, ensure that their analysis is identifying root causes, and that solutions designed are optimized for all stakeholders. Effective communication skills are essential to the success of the analyst, both listening and understanding requirements, as well as the ability to synthesize the information, determine the importance and relevance of information collected, synthesize it and document it in such a way that it can easily be understood. The analyst must possess excellent interpersonal skills and be able to develop rapport with a variety of individuals, and be able to influence individuals working in project teams. This is a very hands on position, requiring excellent business process analysis and design, project management and communication skills.
Support business units in identifying project opportunities, develop and business cases and execute projects to support business objectives:
Develop deep knowledge of existing business processes, information technology and its application to executive business process to:
Develop deep knowledge of specific area(s) of specialization and a broad knowledge of all areas of skill (See Analyst Advancement Guidelines and Criteria)