Business Analyst- 1 year contract, Very competitive rate!!

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
A prestigious University outside of Boston is looking to high a Business Analyst for a long term opportunity.
This role will have a specific focus on the expansion of the schools Enterprise Content Management Software, but will also assist the Project Management Office with new project intake activities and solution design and configuration using other enterprise systems.
Top Skills
4+ years of
business analysis
Experience working with an
Enterprise Content Management Tool
For example, ECM tools such as : Documentum, Laserfiche, Onbase, Perceptive, Oracle Content Management, Drupal, Alfresco, OpenText, Interwoven, Sharepoint, Nuxeo, etc.
Key Responsibilities:
Collect data and analyze business processes for different functional business units around the College.
Collect data and analyze business processes for different functional business units around the College
Assist with a business case for new projects; recommend potential business solutions and implement solutions
Elicit, articulate and document business and system requirements, procedures, and recommendations to improve existing processes
Weigh various suggested technical paths against original business needs and recommend the most cost-effective solution based on timing and other priorities.
Communicate technical solutions clearly and concisely to both technical and non-technical personnel
Manage some projects from end-to-end
Make or gather time and work estimates for tasks
Liaise with and manage IT resources needed for solution estimation and implementation
Liaise with product vendors for research, troubleshooting, and informational purposes
What's In It For YOU?
Opportunity to work in Higher Education with a great company culture
Opportunity to do interesting work on the ground floor and be involved with cutting edge tools and technology
35-hour work weeks
Offers a great wellness program, including fitness center, pool, gym, etc.
A long term contract
For more information and to apply to the position:
Please contact Brittny at

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