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Information Management Analyst

Company Name:
Universal Personnel
OFFICE IN COVINGTON, LA NEEDS: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANALYST

Long Term Duration
Full Benefits Offered
9/80 Work Schedule

DESCRIPTION:

We're looking for an Information Management Analyst who will be expected to:

Involved in testing, training and implementation of Documentum/SharePoint solutions.
Involved with Issues Resolution and Incident/Change Management
Provide ongoing support to business users in IM tools such Documentum
Consult to IT and business partner on applying Information Management technology to business opportunities and planning and implementation of cross-functional information management needs.
Collaborate with customers, gathering and modeling business requirement /data, business processes, and other business rules in order to ensure alternatives have been carefully considered and that the chosen Information Management solution meets business objectives.
Elicits business requirements using interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, site visits, business process descriptions, use cases, scenarios, business analysis, task and workflow analysis, and/or viewpoints.
Decomposes high-level business and user requirements into functional information management requirements and quality, specified in an appropriate level of detail suitable for use by the technical team, including offshore developers. Works closely with document controllers.
Responsible for documenting, developing and finalizing business and functional information management/Content Management requirements.
Apply the appropriate business analysis tools and methods as needed, in support of Documentum, or in support of the study of proposed changes to the business processes.
Knowledge of the processes, practices and tools of information management disciplines: demonstrate familiarity of information management principles and practices including IM policy and standards, information retention, electronic document management, active and inactive records management, meta data tagging, copyright compliance
Reviews and makes assessments related to internal and external customer feedback, metrics, policy and regulatory changes, work flow reviews, root cause data, new business strategies, etc. for potential information management and/or process changes.
Apply Information Management/Content Management standards, define and design user interface requirements, develop required metadata, conduct testing validation, lead the development of any associated documentation and customer training, and assist with implementation.
Apply OE principles, practices and processes to ensure quality results for Information Management project planning/deployment.
Assist in developing and implementing IM standards and guidelines to support GOM's information management needs

BACKGROUND:

The ideal Information Management Analyst will have:

Degree in an Information Management, Science, Engineering
Minimum 5 years of Documentum or Content Management application experience
7-10 years of applied business analysis and Information Management.
Proven experience as self-starter on small projects as well as team player on large project
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Able to communicate effectively with both business partners and other IT professionals.
Skilled at organizing and facilitating problem-solving discussions.
Highly motivated and a self-starter.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a diverse team and independently.
Ability to manage or work on multiple projects and tasks at one time.
Ability to multitask, meets deadlines, prioritize requests, and work independently while producing quality work.
Flexible and adaptable when priorities shift due to changing situations.
Engineering/Operations background is recommended.
Experience in understanding how to read engineering drawings is preferred.

EOE/M/F/D/V

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