EdgeCo Holdings is comprised of several affiliated companies focused on providing a broad array of sophisticated financial products, technology, and support services in the areas of full-service retirement plan administration, brokerage services, and trust & custody solutions. EdgeCo provides these services through numerous subsidiary entities including American Trust, Mid Atlantic Trust Company, NewEdge Capital Group and PensionPro Software.
The Requirements Analyst position with PensionPro Software works as a design team member helping facilitate standards and communications between Subject Matter Experts, Stakeholders and Dev Team Leads. The Requirements Analyst understands the product and documentation processes to take vague ideas and turn them into clear, detailed, concrete requirements for Development to work from.
Location: Harrisburg, PA area, or remote with ability to commute to office as needed.
Document stakeholder requirements that effectively outline the parameters of a request to build user stories against, for all products items within PensionPro’s applications.
Gather stakeholder feedback about enhancement requests, and feature functionality to be an advocate for the client.
Act as a central point of contact for all user experience design questions within the company.
Execute Business Acceptance Testing (BAT) for all new designs and products to ensure that the Scope Document, Design Document, and stakeholder requirements have been met.
Demo upcoming products & features for stakeholders, sales, designers, developers, and business acceptance testing personnel.
Review and approve all technical documentation from Development during BAT testing to confirm accuracy and that customer service team will be able to leverage it for end user documentation.
Recommend process improvement to maximize department and company effectiveness as it relates to documentation of designs and deliver a product on time and according to design specifications.
Develop test scenarios and test cases; review results of test cases and make adjustments, as needed, to meet stakeholder requirements.