At OneAmerica, we deliver on promises when customers need us most. We believe the best way to serve our customers is to know that every individual, employee, family and business we work with has unique personal and financial goals. We keep our promises, so we can help them achieve their goals and realize their definition of financial success.
The Business Analyst is an individual contributor role that acts as a vital link between OneAmerica’s information technology capabilities and business objectives. This role works closely with the business units to gain deep understanding of business processes, services, and system usage. The Business Analyst's primary objective is helping business partners implement technology solutions in a cost-effective way by articulating business rules, as well as stakeholder, functional, and non-functional requirements to meet emerging business challenges, communicate those to stakeholders, facilitators and partners, and articulate them as actionable bodies of work. The Business Analyst must ensure that the final solution meets business objectives and adds to the bottom line. The Business Analyst should also have in-depth process and system domain knowledge, owning documentation of inputs and outputs of systems.
Develop and maintain key relationships to build trust and gain an understanding of business needs and pain points
Organize and facilitate key stakeholder meetings to elicit business rules and stakeholder, functional, and non-functional requirements for projects that are large in scope with high complexity and may be enterprise wide
Analyze problems and opportunities, identify which changes may deliver the most value, and work with business leaders and delivery team members to understand the impact of those changes
Serve as project Organizational Change Management agents ensuring that business areas impacted by project are identified, users stories are documented capturing change, and leaders understand and are prepared for the business transition so that disruption to business operations is minimized and the full value of the project is achieved
Develop and maintain functional specifications of systems including data, operations, input, output, the properties of the system, as well as how the system is being used
Able to change techniques, style, methods, and approach and assimilate various types of information (i.e. diagrams, stakeholder concerns, customer feedback, schematics, user guides, spreadsheets) to maximize the quality of service delivered and more efficiently capture and achieve goals and objectives
Provide consulting to the Solutions Architects to aide with solution design and estimations
Query, mine analyze and visualize data to describe what is happening, what has happened, predict trends and recommend action
In the spirit of continuous improvement, challenge the status quo and challenge others to rethink current processes, structures, policies, methodologies, and assumptions
Coach and mentor other Business Analyst on OA Ways and best practices
Required Education and/or Certifications
Bachelor’s Degree in business, computer science or a related discipline
Recommended Education and/or certifications
Six Sigma (Yellow or Green Belt) Certification
Required Work Experience
7+ years of business analyst or related experience
Or any combination of education and experience which would provide an equivalent background
Salary Band: 06C
To learn more about our products, services, and the companies of OneAmerica, visit oneamerica.com/companies.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of OneAmerica associates are currently working remotely in accordance with our safety protocols. The selected candidate will be expected to temporarily work remotely for an unspecified period of time as determined in OneAmerica’s sole discretion. When normal business operations resume, the selected candidate will be expected to physically return to work in the office located in Indianapolis, IN.
Disclaimer: OneAmerica is an equal opportunity employer and strictly prohibits unlawful discrimination based upon an individual’s race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, mental/physical disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.Posted On
July 12, 2021