The Medicaid Data & Analytics Product Owner Liaison (POL) is responsible for product planning and delivery though the product lifecycle. They partner with the State Product Owner (PO) and technology architects to create and sell a compelling vision for the product that will achieve stakeholder objectives. The POL then works with the State PO, project manager, and technology architects to prioritize the product backlog into epics and features that maximize business value. The POL further refines backlog items as needed, participates in Agile Scrum ceremonies, and clarifies business requirements for the Scrum team. The POL operates with limited supervision and must demonstrate excellent time management, work planning, and communication.
Minimum of 4 years Business analysis experience for data and analytics systems development including business process design, requirements gathering, documentation, and testing
Minimum of 4 years Microsoft Office experience including Excel and Word
Minimum of 2 years Working with healthcare claim or encounter data
Minimum of 1 year Work experience as a Product Owner, Product Manager, or related role
Minimum of 1 year Agile Scrum 1 years SQL experience to facilitate analysis and testing Preferred Skills TX Medicaid business and systems knowledge Experience creating queries and reports using SAP Business Intelligence BusinessObjects Previous work experience as a Project Manager Experience developing data warehouse and business intelligence solutions
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