FISH Inc. is recruiting for a Business Analyst to support NOAA’s Pacific Islands Region Observer Program.
The Business Analyst will provide project and administrative support to the Pacific Islands Region Observer Program Support NMFS in transitioning business processes to incorporate electronic data collection at-sea, as described below. The selected candidate will perform various duties related to identifying the current state of processes, and facilitating group discussion with Observer program staff regarding new business process designs.
- Document research efforts to analyze which eReporting tablets work best in the marine environment.
Participate in cross-functional working groups, collaborate with the PIROP to discuss, capture, and analyze business processes.
- Collect and accumulate procedural information through interviews with process owners and subject matter experts.
- Research and analyze data, and development of documentation.
- Respond and modify documents in response to user’s comments and suggestions.
- Develop a PowerPoint module for the PIROP observer training that details how to use and care for eReporting tablets.
Requirements & Minimum Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the position duties. Emphasis shall be placed on a Business Analyst with a background in marine fisheries information programs or other science-based programs and technical writing experience.
- High attention to detail and organizational skills.
- Strong time-management skills that allow for juggling competing demands and priorities, including the ability to meet deadlines.
- Proficient in appropriate software including Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, Adobe Acrobat, experience using calendar programs.
- Experience with and knowledge of the Hawaii longline observer program data collection.
- Experience with writing technical documentation to translate the knowledge into clear and concise language.
- Highly skilled at observing processes and re-creating those processes into step-by-step standard operating procedures.
- Ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts and make them easily understandable in text and pictures.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills and time management skills.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and attention to detail to lead content experts through the development of multiple procedural documents simultaneously.
To apply, please email your resume and current contact information to
firstname.lastname@example.org attention Josee Vincent.
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