The Business Analyst is responsible for gathering client requirements and spearheading a progressive elaboration of those requirements in the form of user stories, acceptance criteria, and specifications working closely with cross-functional teams leveraging a knowledge of the product, the business, and the industry to define the “RIGHT” solution and create the applicable business and development documentation

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What you’ll do…

  • Lead the requirements gathering process with the client and create associated documentation
  • Partner with Strategy to facilitate internal and client working sessions, including stakeholder interviews
  • Own the creation of user stories with associated acceptance criteria and support the Producer with prioritization of the backlog  
  • Translate the "what" from the requirements into the "how" for functional specifications
  • Translate business needs to system solutions
  • Partner with the Producer to ensure business, functional, and technical requirements are captured, organized, approved by the client, and followed throughout the lifecycle of the project
  • Create and maintain process flow diagrams
  • Provide analysis and support for the client and internal cross-functional teams (Strategy, UX/UI, Quality Assurance, and Development)

What you’ll need…

  • Experience working cross-functionally with Strategists, technical, UX/UI designers, Developers, Quality Assurance Analysts, and other disciplines.
  • Experience working in a scrum or agile methodology 
  • 3-5 years of experience working in an interactive agency, online software development environment, or systems integration consulting firm
  • At least 4 years of experience documenting requirements and/or functional specifications for a variety of software applications including websites, mobile, or other digital experiences
  • A curious thinker who is passionate about solving problems, executing on ideas, and delivering tangible solutions
  • Superior written and oral communications skills 
  • Ability to immerse oneself in an industry or market, and quickly add value to a project
  • Must be extremely organized, have a high attention to detail, and capable of self-managing in a fast-paced environment
  • eCommerce experience preferred, extra points for Shopify

Who we are…

  • We are a team that leads with results, works hard to build the better, optimizes inward, stays gritty, and strives for excellence
  • We’re a member of San Diego Business Journal’s 2017 Best Places to Work, a 100+ person work fam, passionate, high-growth, fast paced and all in
  • We enjoy tons of office perks, a full social calendar, casual dress code, competitive benefits, unlimited PTO and free swag from premier client brands
  • We are motivated, ambitious and ready to join forces with you to take on the digital world!

What we do…

  • We’re one of the six pioneer Shopify Plus agency partners, currently the largest in the world
  • We partner with Shopify Plus, Google, Yotpo, Dynamic Yield, and Workarea to offer website design/development, digital marketing, Amazon services and conversion rate optimization (CRO)
  • We are innovative, data driven eCommerce experts with a top tier technology stack that allows us to create valuable digital experiences and accelerated revenue for our clients

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