The successful Business Analyst will be work on the implementation of a new IT Strategy for the business . A significant part of the strategy is the focus on updating the application landscape to provide integrated and modern applications to the global user base. This is a role in a “quality first“ environment and will involve responsibilities across end user requirements, process definition and optimisation, implementation and management of change.
Salary: 70-80K + extensive benefits package
· Analyse business processes and requirements and transfer the knowledge to the development and test team.
· Prepare accurate and detailed requirements documentation and functional specifications.
· Communicate effectively with the business, the development and test team to understand functional requirements (e.g. screen, interface, report, GUI designs), and to ensure the solution meets these.
· Coordinate with the business users who test and evaluate applications, and resolve software issues, in conjunction with developers and testers where appropriate.
· Evaluate data collected through task analysis, business process definition and workshops.
· Manage any change requests related to the working project plans to meet the agreed deadlines.
· Investigate data discrepancies and perform ad-hoc database queries as needed.
· Present business cases to senior management
· 3rd level degree with 3+ experience as a business / systems analyst
· Advanced skills with data analysis and problem solving.
· Good understanding of relational databases and data models.
· Good understanding of various technologies such as: Salesforce, Microsoft stack, SQL, Qlikview, BI
· Experience throughout the entire software development life-cycle
· Good understanding of cloud technologies and integration frameworks
· Effective verbal and written communication skills.
· Experience of working with internal and external stakeholders across multiple locations.
· Excellent time and work management skills, able to prioritise competing demands from conflicting sources