Office of General Services (OGS)
From $71847 to $90876 Annually
General Services, Office of
Business Systems Analyst 2
Other Professional Careers
PS&T - Professional, Scientific, and Technical (PEF)
From $71847 to $90876 Annually
Hours Per Week
Compressed workweek allowed?
WA Harriman State Office Campus
Current New York State employee with one year or more permanent, contingent-permanent or 55b/c service as a Business Systems Analyst 2 OR current New York State employee with one year or more of permanent, contingent-permanent or 55b/c service in a position allocated to a Grade 21 or above and eligible for transfer under Section 52.6 of the Civil Service Law.
NOTE: Employees reachable on the Business Systems Analyst 2 Civil Service eligible list will be canvassed and should not respond to this posting. This vacancy posting is for the purposes of notifying individuals about transfer and provisional opportunities.
The Business Systems Analyst 2 position will work on the multiple system solutions being utilized within the Finance and Human Resource divisions. The incumbent of this position will work closely with program staff and other stakeholders to define and develop requirements for new or existing information technology systems and business processes and apply specialized knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to elicit, analyze, communicate and validate requirements for changes to business systems. They may also be assigned to perform enterprise analysis, business intelligence, workflow guidance, document retention and portfolio and IT Governance activities, promote business analysis organizational maturity; and develop, communicate and maintain methodology and standards to promote a consistent approach to business analysis across the enterprise.
This position will reside in the Project Management Team where overview, analysis and deliverables can be managed on a project by project basis for BSC initiatives. The position will supervise a Business Systems Analyst 1 and will also serve as a liaison to ITS staff regarding system requirements and other technical needs.
To date, the BSC provides end-to-end transactional HR services to 49 agencies and Finance services to 62 agencies. The BSC strives to ensure that we are fully engaging all systems to their full capacity and avoiding any waste by multiple systems with the same capacity. The BSC needs to ensure that we are performing all transactions on behalf of the state in the leanest and most efficient manner and that when necessary can identify and fully advocate for the necessary system enhancements.
This position will be responsible for providing expertise on business and technical areas to technical staff, especially as it relates to business process documentation and analysis, business process re-engineering, and issue identification and resolution. The position will also support the implementation of project change management activities and the delivery of training and communications, including developing training and agency transition plans and providing support and coaching to users throughout the transition process.
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NYS Office of General Services, HRM
40th Floor Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza
Welcome to the Office of General Services (OGS) website. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the variety of programs this agency manages on behalf of New York State. We provide essential services to our state and local partners, as well as the general public. From operating buildings, to construction management, establishing procurement contracts, and conducting tours of the Capitol, OGS is truly a diverse organization. While our services may be “general,” many state agencies depend on OGS to fulfill their own mission and goals. As such, OGS must always seek to innovate and streamline its business processes, find new ways to serve our customers, and build public trust. In response to Governor Cuomo’s mandate to achieve savings for the state while improving organizational efficiency, OGS is poised to take on the challenge of creating a modernized government that does more with less. OGS will accomplish this by retooling our focus on critical programs and services; redesigning the way we do business; and retraining our workforce to support a realigned agency. One significant step is to provide quick and easy access to information online. The OGS public website contains content on all our programs via the core services menus linked off the homepage. I invite you to look through our web pages, read about our programs, and share any suggestions for improving online content and functionality. If you are unable to find what you're looking for, please contact us - we are always happy to assist.