|Title:||Business Systems Analyst III - Logistics|
Using keen organizational skills and strong problem solving ability, the BSA serves as a liaison between the business community and the IT organization to provide technical solutions to meet user needs. Through a good understanding of the business partners they support and using a collaborative approach, BSA's develop business process documentation and functional specifications for new technology or enhanced system capabilities. The BSA has solutions delivery responsibility primarily on moderately complex projects/initiatives, and must be able to work well under pressure.
The skills you will need to succeed in a Business Systems Analyst role are:
• Bachelor’s degree (concentration in MIS or a related field preferred)
• 3 years or more in a Business Systems Analyst role
• Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills
• Working knowledge of Solution Delivery and SDLC practices
• Exposure to Agile Development Life Cycle practices
• Advanced knowledge of MS Office and Visio
• Familiarity with BABOK and exposure to Project Management tools and methodologies
• Experience with one to many of the following is desired but not required: Supply Chain Management, Business Intelligence Systems, Retail Management Systems, Web-Based technologies, ATG, Java, J2EE, EJB, JSP, Oracle, SQL, HTML, XML, and UML.
Payless ShoeSource is the largest specialty family footwear retailer in the U.S. and in the Western Hemisphere, with a team dedicated to democratizing on-trend and validated styles in footwear and accessories for the world. Our brands include Airwalk®, Dexter®, Champion®, American Eagle by Payless Shoe Source, SmartFit, BRASH®, safeTstep, and designer labels Lela Rose for Payless Shoe Source, Christian Siriano for Payless Shoe Source™ and Isabel Toledo for Payless Shoe Source. Our mission is to become the first choice for style and value in footwear and accessories for our target consumer.
Our world headquarters is centrally located in Topeka, KS, facilitating easy travel to all parts of the country. And Topeka enjoys close proximity to Kansas City and Lawrence, home of the University of Kansas, providing our Associates with multiple communities in which to reside.
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