CGI Federal is currently seeking a Jr. Business Process Analyst to join our team supporting the Financial Management Directorate and FM Business Solutions Office (FMZ). This team will create, plan, and implement solutions for the improved processing, analysis, collection, organization, storage, management, retrieval, and use of financial data from across the enterprise.
• Analyze financial business processes and workflows with the objective of improving effectiveness, efficiency, and utility.
• Determine how business processes and supporting financial systems can be improved, automated, increased in quality, reduced in error, reduced in cost, or eliminated.
• Recommend, plan, and complete business cases in support of business process and workflow improvements; complete business process modeling for business cases.
• Define and develop technical requirements and qualifications for implementation of new and/or improved business processes and workflows
• Identify and assess business process and workflow risks; implement appropriate internal controls to mitigate those risks
• Assess current business processes and recommend changes to fit Momentum-based financial systems
• Develop and maintain a financial business process documentation digital library that includes process maps, user guides, desktop SOPs, etc.
• Educate business process owners on new or revised processes and workflows
• Communicate directly with government executives and senior leader
Active TS/SCI with CI polygraph required
• Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business, Finance, Accounting, Management, Computer Science, Economics.
• 4 years experience assessing federal financial business processes, developing Momentum based system options, and/or implantation in all aspects of programming, planning, budgeting, execution and/or accounting.
• 1 year experience conducting analyses in Momentum Financials that may involve complex technical parameters, acquisition and technical requirements, procurement and business principles, and similar cost-influencing factors.
• 1 year experience with Momentum software lifecycle management activities including requirements definition, process mapping, development and maintenance of configuration management, system testing supporting Momentum-based financial systems and COGNOS reporting tool.
Active TS/SCI clearance required )with CI poly preferred)
6+ months in the following:
• Data architecture and data engineering.
• Implementation of Momentum financial systems in the federal environment from both a
systems and functional perspective.
• Adobe Captivate.
• Business case development.
• Schedule, cost risk and benefits analysis.
• Resolving FISCAM audit notification of findings & recommendations (NFR)
• Perform SAR reviews on the SSAE 18 issues by service provider.
- Momentum Financials
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