|User Interface Analyst/ Web Designer|
|Job Location||Chicago, IL, USA|
|Job Length||Six Month to One Year|
|Other Required Skills||
- MS Visio
- Systems Analysis & Design Skills
- Object Oriented Analysis and Design
- User Interface Design
|Other Nice to Have Skills||
- Minimum of 7+ years of IT work experience focused in software
system design with emphasis on system analysis using RUP and UML.
- Health insurance industry background in the area of Claim
Processing/Adjudication is preferred.
- User Experience / Web UI design and development experience /
working knowledge of variety of UI frameworks (e.g. Flex, GWT) a
|Minimum Immigration Status||H1B Visa|
|Job Starting Date||December 3, 2013|
|Wage/Salary||Hourly: Depending On Experience|
This is a User Interface Analyst/ Designer. Candidate should have a background in web development but has moved into more analysis and design work. These people are designing the look and interactivity of a front end website dealing with user interface, user experience, design models and system specifications.
- Self-motivated, disciplined analyst with strong analytical / critical thinking skills. Can work well within team as well as independently.
- Strong emphasis on presentation, interpersonal and communication skills to lead team efforts.
- The candidate will be accountable for gathering, providing high level design solutions and delivering system requirements by closely working with Plans & business stakeholders.
- Performing Analysis and producing System High level (4+1 Views) Design Models and System specifications.
- The candidate will assist in implementation support and system enhancements and should be comfortable in executing multiple tasks. Provide both order-of-magnitude and detailed estimates for software design analysis activities and artifacts.
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