RPA Business Analyst

everis is a multinational consulting firm providing business and strategy solutions, application development, maintenance, and outsourcing services. Established in 1996, everis has averaged 20% annual growth in revenues, and it became part of NTT Data in January, 2014. 

Being part of the NTT Data group enables everis to offer a wider range of solutions and services through increased capacity, as well as technological, geographical, and financial resources. 

everis USA is looking for high-achieving team players that are quickly adaptable to new challenges and entrepreneurial ventures. We are currently seeking an RPA Business Analyst in Orange, CT to work directly with the client- including business and IT staff- to provide true consultation and thought leadership on cutting edge technologies.

Responsibilities:

The RPA Business Analyst must be able to work closely with the Business to gather functional requirements and define the automated process flow. The resource must deliver Functional Requirements Questionnaire (FRQ), Process Definition Documents (PDD) and Test Plan. At the same time, the resource is responsible for executing functional tests while supporting the development team throughout the implementation cycle (Dev, Testing, UAT). While working as a team, the candidate must show a strong initiative to work autonomously and maintain a proactive approach towards the Client and Project Management team. It is important to show strong analytical skills and be able to provide out-of-the-box solutions to the business

 

Requirements:

  • 4 years experience as an RPA functional consultant
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in creating and generating deliverables
  • Strong Problem Solving skills
  • Experience working with Blue Prism RPA software
  • Spanish is not mandatory but would be a relevant nice to have
  • Will work onsite in customer premises in Orange, CT

 

Why everis?   

Empowerment and rewards are the cornerstone of our career development model. We are a young, fast-growing company, with a highly innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, because of this professional experience and growth will be unmatched. Our talent and positive attitude allows us to transform our goals into achievements, and projects into realities.

everis is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. everis is an Equal Opportunity Employer Male/Female/Disabled/Veteran and a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 

 

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