The Business Analyst identifies and analyzes business needs, gathers requirements, develops business cases, models processes, develops automation, performs SQL-based report writing and enterprise software administration, and documents and manages projects in areas such as project, portfolio, work, asset, content and risk management and regulatory compliance. The position will be filled at level I, II or Senior.
1. Systems Administration: Based on level of skill, provides basic support for at least one business application and may serve as system administrator / subject matter expert for a variety of business applications or functions. Advanced level incumbents troubleshoot system technical and coding problems or errors, and develops automated workflow processes and escalations.
2. Project Management: Advanced level incumbents manage IT business software projects with large scope and business impact; develop timelines and resource requirement estimates; and lead software and services procurement and contract administration.
3. Reporting: Develop reporting and enhanced data quality to support business processes.
4. Business Practices and Documentation: Analyze and establish business practices of limited to high complexity. Advanced level incumbents implement and document new business software work procedures; design, test, and document business software applications; and develop, document, and revise system design procedures, test procedures and quality standards.
5. Lead feasibility study development and alternatives to complex problems. Coordinate and integrate enterprise systems within the organization so information and processes can be shared between departments.
6. Provide District-wide training on business applications. Advanced level incumbents train and mentor junior level staff; leads contractor personnel, if required.
This position may be filled at varying levels (I, II or senior) based on qualifications, skills and abilities. In addition to a competitive salary range of $55,680 – $100,600, Chelan PUD employees also enjoy outstanding benefits which include the option of a zero cost medical plan (medical, dental and vision for all eligible dependents), short and long-term disability, Washington State Public Employee’s Retirement System, Deferred Compensation (with company matching funds up to 5%), 11 holidays and initial personal leave accrual at 21 days per year.
Chelan County PUD is located in the geographical center of Washington State at the confluence of the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers. A public power leader, the complex and progressive nature of PUD operations offer a unique mix of challenges and opportunities. We rely on the mighty Columbia River for much of our hydropower generation and we’re proud to take a leadership role in environmental stewardship as related to this great river system.
Rated by National Geographic as one of the top 10 mountain towns in the U.S., and by Sunset Magazine as one of the top 20 Western DREAM TOWNS, Wenatchee is a recreational paradise with an abundance of adventure. The natural beauty of the Wenatchee Valley provides a vivid backdrop to its thriving economy, where the quality of life is high and the climate is moderate with four distinct seasons, including more than 200 days of sunshine!