This position serves as a business analyst for the Audit Bureau's Program Development and Audit Integration & Automation Unit, supporting approximately 450 FTE staff and 5 functionally distinct audit units across the state. This position is responsible for analyzing data related to the efficacy of audit selection, audit process efficiency, revenue collection, and business processes across the Audit Bureau, preparing and evaluating performance measures, and preparing and analyzing monthly and annual reports as assigned. Other key roles of this position include:
Coordinating enhancements across tax types to ensure the needs of multiple and occasionally competing user groups are respected
Assisting with the testing and evaluation of projects, and providing feedback to developers to ensure completed projects align with identified business requirements
Developing and documenting reports to support the effective evaluation of Audit Bureau prioritization of resources and business practices
Designing, building, testing, and improving Discoveries to improve audit selection
Individuals in this role will need to be comfortable with technology, and excel at working independently to solve complex problems. They must be curious, engaged, and effective communicators with both specialized business users (such as tax auditors) and technology experts. To be successful, they must be interested in learning/mastering complex IT systems from a user's perspective as well as specialized policy areas (audit procedures and some tax law).
Staff in this position will be required to build effective and productive relationships across work units, including internal and external customers, managers, and peers, and to consistently communicate respectfully and professionally to support the accomplishment of objectives.
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The department will conduct a background check, fingerprint check and a tax compliance check prior to making an offer to hire. Interview results may be reused in accordance with the State of WI interview reuse policy.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States. The Department of Revenue does not sponsor work or student visas, either at time of hire or at any later time.
Please address the following in your letter of qualifications and rsum:
A minimally qualified candidate will have:
Experience evaluating processes or procedures to identify process improvements
Experience facilitating problem resolution between users and developers
Experience writing business requirements
Strong verbal and written communication skills
A well-qualified candidate will also have:
Experience developing test case scenarios and/or conducting User Acceptance Testing
Experience collecting data and writing reports to support analysis for a project
Formal training in facilitation, project management and/or business analysis
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