Pay Range: $18-$25/hr

Role & Responsibilities

In this role you will serve as a vital link between our business and our clients, helping to define and develop technical solutions that meet business needs and requirements.   

Our ideal candidate is analytical, organized and able to eliminate technical and sales obstacles through creative and adaptive approaches.  As a business analyst, you have the ability to collaborate with cross functional partners and manage external relationships, and you’re comfortable conducting meetings and presentations to share ideas and findings.  You have a “big picture” mentality that is efficient and effective at critical thinking and problem-solving. 

  • Partnering with Sales and Engineering to understand the customer’s business and technical requirements and ensure that the solutions meet business needs and requirements 
  • Assist in developing sales strategy and RFI/RFP responses that reflects the client’s requirements and needs 
  • Collaborate with Engineering and Product Management teams to validate data connector and platform functionality 
  • Build and prepare dashboards for client demos 
  • Identify and analyze solutions and areas of research 
  • Manage stakeholder requirements  
  • Facilitate client meetings and demo presentations
  • Prepare and document best practices to assist Marketing in growing Stratifyd education resources  

Required Qualifications 

  • Pursuing a bachelor's or graduate degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Business Analytics or related field 
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel 
  • Self-starter able to drive towards goals and manage time effectively 
  • Analytical and the ability to think on the fly 
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills 
  • Able to work in a collaborative and fast-paced environment with tight deadlines 
  • Solution-minded, results-oriented with a ‘can-do’ attitude; flexible and agile to the needs of the business 
  • Comfortable sharing ideas and recommendations as a thought-partner and collaborator to the business 
  • Demonstrates professional maturity and business acumen
  • Working Knowledge of Python Scripting 

Stratifyd is an equal opportunity employer all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. 

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