Minimum Qualifications Reachable for appointment on current Civil Service eligible list used for filling this title; one year of permanent, competitive class service as a Business Systems Analyst 1; or, one year of permanent, competitive class service in a title eligible for transfer under Section 52.6 or Section 70.1 of the Civil Service Law.
Candidates with a score of 80 or higher on the current PCO eligible list who are eligible for appointment are encouraged to apply. Please note your score on this exam in your cover letter.
Eligible transfers to Trainee 1/Trainee 2 level title include, but aren’t limited to: Administrative Analyst 1/2, Claims Services Representative Trainee 1/2, Contract Management Specialist Trainee 1/2, Underwriter Trainee 1/2.
Eligible transfers to the journey-level title include, but aren’t limited to: Administrative Specialist 1, Contract Management Specialist 1, Senr Budgeting Analyst. Please note that in addition to meeting regular transfer eligibility requirements, to be appointed to a journey-level title candidates would need to meet the following criteria:
A bachelor’s degree or higher and two years of professional business analysis experience where your primary duty was performing three of the five following activities:
• Using business analysis techniques to elicit requirements as the foundation for the solution to the organizations business needs (e.g., workshops, focus groups, interviews, observation, brainstorming, surveys/questionnaires, JAD Sessions).
• Using business analysis techniques for the purpose of identifying solutions aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the system, business process, or product/service to fulfill the business requirements (e.g., Data Flow Diagram, Business Process Model, Root Cause Analysis, Fish Bone Diagram, Context Diagram, Business Process Flows, or Fit-Gap Analysis).
• Describing in a comprehensive written document what the system, process, or product service must do in order to satisfy the established business requirement; this includes creating, updating, and maintaining documentation through the system development life cycle (e.g., Business Case, Use Case, Business Requirements Document [BRD], Fit-Gap Analysis, Impact and Feasibility Analysis, Change Management Analysis).
• Validating requirements throughout the product/system development life cycle (SDLC) including all changes to the processes that would enable an organization to achieve its goals.
• Verifying requirements throughout the product/system development life cycle (SDLC) to ensure they perform to the required specifications and are capable of achieving the design capabilities; this includes developing test plans/scenarios and logical designs, testing the scenarios, reviewing test results, identifying constraints and risks, and/or communicating with stakeholders.
• Strong Microsoft Office skills, and advanced ability to extract raw data or run reports and manipulate them within Excel spreadsheets and other applications.
• Demonstrated excellent communication skills and ability to convey the "story" behind the data.
• Ability to work well under pressure and to adjust to changing deadlines / priorities and handle multiple tasks assigned.
• Proficiency with (or comfortable learning) SQL, VBA in Excel, Access and having background using other programming languages.
Duties Description The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) sends Worker’s Compensation (WC) reporting data to New York State’s WC statistical agent the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board (NYCIRB). One of the units in the Actuarial Department called the Experience Rating Board Unit (ERBU) involves itself in some of those activities.
To assist with the expanding nature of ERBU’s duties, the candidate would work in the unit performing various NYCIRB related responsibilities which include, but are not limited to:
1) Provide reporting assistance for Unit Statistical Reporting (USR) operations that other staff perform in the unit and convey to the supervisors on a regular cycle. Additionally, the candidate may also participate in sending USR information directly to NYCIRB.
2) Assist with the preparation, checking and submission of Financial Data Calls (FDC) to NYCIRB.
3) Conduct the necessary research to assist with determining the extent of discrepancies that exist between USR and FDC reporting.
4) Assist supervisors with developing and maintaining documentation for various reporting functions.
5) Assist with special research tasks as needed.
6) Perform other duties as needed.
Additional Comments This position may be designated 55 b/c and is subject to verification of applicant eligibility.
NYSIF has a hybrid telecommuting program.
The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) was established in 1914 as part of the original enactment of the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law. NYSIF's mission is to guarantee the availability of workers’ compensation insurance at the lowest possible cost to New York employers and to provide timely, appropriate indemnity and medical payments to injured workers, while maintaining a solvent fund. Since inception, NYSIF has fulfilled the dual roles for which it was created: to compete with other carriers to ensure a fair marketplace and to be a guaranteed source of coverage for employers who cannot secure coverage elsewhere.
NYSIF is the largest workers’ compensation carrier in New York State and among the top 10 largest workers’ compensation carriers in the nation, insuring approximately 139,000 policyholders, with more than $1.8 billion in annual earned premium and over $22 billion in assets. A self-supporting insurance carrier, NYSIF operates without taxpayer funding.
In addition to workers’ compensation insurance, NYSIF provides disability benefits coverage for off-the-job injuries to more than 56,000 New York employers. In 2018, NYSIF added paid family leave as a component of its disability benefits product, providing New Yorkers with job-protected, paid time away from work to care for their families.
NYSIF Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) prioritizes and champions diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) throughout our agency. NYSIF provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or any other protected category under federal, state, and local law. We believe that embracing our differences brings richness, new ideas and experiences to NYSIF, which energizes a creative and innovative work environment. We strive to foster a workplace where diverse individuals are able to participate fully in the decision-making process and have ample opportunity for advancement. We are committed to investing the necessary resources and attention to improving the engagement, retention, and promotion of the extraordinary talent we have.
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Notes on ApplyingCandidates should email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the vacancy post number in the subject line. Please include your current, official NYS job title in the body of your submission.