Business Analyst Job in Ipswich | £38 – 45K Salary

About the Position

Business Analysis & Change & Transformation
Permanent
Ipswich, Suffolk
£38,000 - £45,000 per annum

Job Role

One of our clients in the Financial Services sector is looking to add another Business Analyst into their busy and growing IT and Change team in Ipswich. This business provides end to end solutions to their clients, including the full onboarding process too.

Requirements & Experience

As the Business Analyst, you’ll be working projects from initial design and scope, liaising with both new and existing clients to elicit, analyse, validate and document their specific requirements all the way through to completion, managing any issues or problems that may arise along the way. You’ll also be working across different departments and IT and Business Stakeholders on providing high-level analysis and solutions.

You’ll be confident in working alongside other SME’s such as Developers, Testers, Project Managers, reporting staff and operational, and be able to ‘bridge the gap’ between the Business and IT.

Ideally, you will have experience of working within a change team, as would a solid understanding of working projects which include a software development component – for example implementing a new software solution or a change to an existing software solution via the SDLC

Communication skills will be key for this role as you will need to be confident in leading workshops and meetings with executive stakeholder’s present.


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