DIGITAL MEDIA BUSINESS ANALYST

CINCINNATI or CHICAGO

The Digital Media Business Analyst will be responsible for working closely with internal 84.51° commercial business units to define media requirements for business systems, work with developers and system administrators to understand those requirements and assist in the testing of the resulting system changes.

  • Work closely with the business to make recommendations based on media experience and identify and document system requirements based on the analysis of business needs, objectives and existing systems capabilities.
  • Work closely with vendors and internal software personnel to ensure requirements and functional designs are translated accurately into the delivered product.
  • Develop accurate and complete quality assurance test plans and test cases to ensure requirements traceability and validation.
  • Conduct quality assurance testing of systems and enhancements.
  • Document and track software defects related to quality assurance and user acceptance testing, and ensure that they are resolved properly and in a timely manner.
  • Coordinate and assist in user acceptance testing.
  • Participate in process analysis and improvement.
  • Incident & defect management & resolution.
  • Assist in training of users and answering questions.
  • Establish and document processes to support all areas of responsibility.

Minimum Skills required:

  • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related field is preferred; equivalent work experience will be considered.
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience in the role as Business Analyst.
  • Understanding of media planning & buying, including knowledge of metrics by channel
  • Understanding of how to use the media data for forecasting and invoicing
  • Experience using digital buying platforms, for example, Media Ocean Prisma and Xandr
  • Expert knowledge and understanding of requirements gathering is required.
  • Expert knowledge and understanding of quality assurance and acceptance testing is required.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills which will be used to appropriately document requirements, maintain project plans, organize and run meetings, and participate in testing.
  • Proactive thinking and behavior: being able to anticipate, plan and execute in ways which help drive and increase the efficiency of our business.
  • The ability to collaborate and work effectively with leaders and team members of all 84.51° functions.
  • Maintain high levels of customer service at all times.
  • Must be able to manage and coordinate multiple requirements projects simultaneously.
  • Understanding of data and data governance principles.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project. Knowledge of Access and Visio is also recommended.

Position Specific Skill Preferences/Desires:

  • Experience in Salesforce and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations is a plus

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