The Business Analyst with NewEdge Capital Group supports the development of our software solutions for our Wealth Management advisors in assisting their clients. The Business Analyst will work across the entire Wealth division to collaborate with stakeholders and scrum teams to understand and translate our customer’s business needs into technical requirements.

Location: Ideal candidates will be located in Pittsburgh, PA and work in a hybrid capacity.



Understand customer requirements through sessions, interviews, document analysis, business process descriptions, business analysis, task and workflow analysis, online research, data analysis, and/or code analysis.
Create user stories, use case diagrams, acceptance tests, etc. to communicate high-level technical functions and requirements.
Organize review of requirements with users, developers, and architecture team.
Decompose high-level information into details, and documents refined, actionable, functional requirements.
Assist software development teams in the quality assurance of systems by providing test plans with test cases and supporting the business during testing efforts with user acceptance testing.
Provide training to system users as new system enhancements are released.


Experience / Skills:

Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or related field. In lieu of degree, 2+ years of relevant experience as a Business Analyst.
Experience in various software development lifecycle management methodologies (Agile Scrum, Kanban) using tools like Microsoft Azure DevOps or Jira for business requirements documentation.
Experience working with financial products.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to build positive collaborative relationships with business stakeholders.
Analytical, with problem-solving abilities and creative resolution skills.
Must be detail-oriented and have excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple competing priorities and deadlines.
Expected to perform independently and exercise good judgment.