Company Name:
Model N, Inc.
Model N, Inc. has openings for Consultant in Princeton, New Jersey. Analyze user requirements to develop, implement, and support company systems and software. Design, implement, or select software tools which fit with a cohesive tool strategy for delivering the company's products. Act as project business analyst subject matter expert and lead customers through the definition, design and deployment (go-live) phases of the implementation process, including analyzing current business processes and data, documenting configuration and extension requirements for the application as well as data and integration requirements, and produce functional requirement documents. Evaluate customer data, and the fitness of that data for company applications. Identify business and technical issues throughout the project that could impact requirements, scope, or schedule and work with the project manager to identify potential solutions. Work with the technical team members during the construction and test phases of the project to clarify issues, manage and document changes, and drive the functional testing by the customer business resources. Communicates customer requirements effectively with product management and engineering teams. Must be available to work on projects at various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
REQUIREMENTS: Position requires Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Management Information Systems, Math, Business or related field and 2 years of work experience in job offered or in a computer-related occupation. Must be available to work on projects at various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
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