Business Analyst

About the Position

Business Analysis & Change & Transformation
Permanent
Ipswich, Suffolk (Flexible working available)
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum

Job Role

As the Business Analyst, you will be working on a wide range of projects within the IT & Business Change department which will consist of both IT and non-IT related projects. You will be liaising with stakeholders of various levels, both internally and externally and you will be responsible for ensuring the requirements of the business are identified, documented, analysed and progressed within a structured and programme environment, as well as supporting the implementation any changes required by the business.

You will be working closely with the likes of Project Managers and subject matter experts (SME’s) across a range of business functions including Test, Dev, Ops, Commercial, IT, Compliance and Reporting and so communication skills, being organised and a high level attention to detail is key in confirming requirements, communicating these to different departments and being able to resolve any problems that arise.

Requirements & Experience

Previous experience within the Financial Services sector is beneficial, but not essential. An industry recognised qualification such as BCS Diploma in Business Analysis or Prince2 is desirable.

This role is open to either a Business Analyst or Senior Business Analyst, although no direct management of any staff is required. A proven track record as a Business Analyst working within a change team is essential.


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