Staffigo is in the business of providing IT Consulting Services to clients in various industries in the United States – Healthcare (Payer, Providers & Clearinghouses), Finance & Banking, Retail & eCommerce. As our customers are being challenged by further advances in technology, the evolution of regulation and an ever more demanding customer base to retain, Staffing continues to innovate, disrupt and to address the challenges that shape the future of our industry. While our team focuses on providing quality, we stand firmly behind our values of Hard Work – Constantly and Consistently. We always remember to be grateful for the opportunities provided to us.We are currently seeking exceptional entry–level talent for the below role.Define business and technical requirements based on business problemsCompare and validate potential 3rd party technology solutions as neededTranslate and simplify requirements for optimizing execution and outcomesElicit input from multiple stakeholders and integrate feedback to identify the optimal solutionContribute to maintaining an environment where continuous improvement of the development process is in focus and where everyone's common goal is to deliver outstanding software as fast as possiblePerform GAP analysis to determine if business requirements are being metHelp coach the team through tough challenges e.g. delivering new functionality with a tight deadline while the team optimizes existing code for performanceActively try to identify areas of improvement and conceptualize methods on how to be more efficientHelp Product Owner and the team write high–quality user stories explaining business problems and product concepts in a concise mannerUse of requirements to drive the design or review of test cases and process change requestsEvaluate company processes and procedures, make recommendations and deploy new strategies when applicable
RequirementsMasters degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or any related field of study. No travel; no telecommuting.Job duties are project–based and performed on long–term assignments at various unanticipated sites within the U.S. which may require relocation at the end of each project.