Business Analyst – Remote

RESPONSIBILITIES Kforce has a client in search of a Business Analyst in Minneapolis, MN. This role is currently 100 remote and may switch back to office environment when COVID-19 ramps down. Overview A Business Specialist Analyst (Accessibility) will ensure that prospects and customers with disabilities experience the same level of service and functionality as those without disabilities. The ideal candidate will apply existing guidelines, laws, regulations, and best practices to projects that exceed customer expectations while solving for business needs. The candidate will be a key stakeholder during the design and development process, including creating and validating accessibility user stories, evaluating prototypes, reviewing designs and wireframes, as well as creating materials to educate others about accessibility. This resource will partner with other teams within the company to ensure customer communications and other business activities are appropriately supported. In addition, this candidate will partner with testing teams to ensure what we present to consumers is accessible and meets bank standards. This person will be a key stakeholder during the design and development process, including creating and validating accessibility user stories, evaluating prototypes, performing business line acceptance testing, as well as creating materials to educate project analysts as well as other partners within the project lifecycle. This resource will leverage subject matter experts across the Omnichannel team to validate that we are staying within our long term product roadmaps and meeting regulatory requirements. REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience 5 or more years using assistive technology on a regular basis 3-5 years working with people with varying disabilities 3-5 years working with developers implementing accessible websites and applications Fearless networker who can work up, down and across the organization to cultivate partnerships Demonstrated leadership skills Advanced user of JAWS, NVDA, iOS VoiceOver, andor Android Talkback Understand design principles, guidelines, and relevant policies, including web accessibility standards Experience working within a User Experience team Strong knowledge of the implementation of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Strong organizational, communication and analytical skills IAAP Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) a plus Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) Certification a plus Advanced knowledge of semantic HTML desired Experience in the appropriate use of ARIA markup desired Knowledge of JavaScript is a plus Kforce is an Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.