Triangle User Experience Professionals Association (TriUXPA)

UX Simulation Analyst II

16 Oct 2019 9:38 AM | Anonymous

Company: IQVIA
Location: Durham, NC
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The UX Simulation Business Analyst II position will work with a project team to visualize, analyze, document, and manage business requirements throughout the life of the project. This position will be responsible for identifying innovative solutions that meet the specified requirements and add value to the business. As a member of project teams, the UX Simulation Business Analyst will facilitate communication and awareness of the standards and quality expectations of the stakeholders. He or she will also be the User Experience (UX) voice in application definition. This person will work to formulate and define the User Experience on projects: creation of personas; information architecture; creation of content/site maps; design of low/high fidelity wireframes; creation of user flow diagrams and clickable prototypes; and UI design. This is a high profile role that requires strong communication skills and attention to detail.

• Create prototypes and simulations to provide an accurate, graphical user interface representation, thereby facilitating successful solution design and development
• Resolve conflicting end-user requirements
• Collaborate with the Development group to create a Functional Specification (FS) document
• Assist with process modeling to clarify business requirements, and to enhance or re-engineer business processes, prior to, or in parallel with, solution design and implementation, as necessary
• Collaborate with UI Visual Designer(s) on projects to establish the overall UI design specifications
• Collaborate with developers to ensure adherence to business requirements and UI design specifications

• Strong technical and business writing skills
• Advanced knowledge of best practices for user interface / user experience design
• Demonstrate proficient use of graphical design and prototyping tools
• Negotiation and customer management skills
• Ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical audiences, and business concepts to technical audiences

• Candidates should possess a Bachelor's degree, and have a minimum of 3-5 years of business experience, working towards or holding applicable industry accreditation or certification; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience

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