Business Analyst | Insurance | £55,000 – £60,000

About the Position

Business Analysis
Chelmsford, Essex
£55,000 - £60,000 per annum

Job Role

A large organisation who operate within the insurance sector are looking to bolster their Change Management team with the addition of another Business Analyst to help drive change across the business in a positive way.

You’ll be part of the Central Services team, working closely with Project Managers, Business Analysts and other project delivery staff. Projects will also vary in size, nature, complexity and value meaning you get lots of variety in the role keeping it exciting!

Requirements & Experience

As the Business Analyst, you will be responsible for driving business change across the organisation, working closely with stakeholders, key partners and other departments to identify and improve all business processes and to ensure that all change projects maintain and add business value.

The projects within the change management team can be driven by a range of factors including process improvement, operational efficiency, regulatory requirements, system delivery and supporting global initiatives. These drivers can result in a number of outputs that range from smaller, more tactical changes through to new applications, systems and processes.

Job Benefits

Due to the nature of the insurance market, this role includes some travel into the London office as a lot of stakeholders, partners and steering groups will be based here. This also means the salary will reflect the travel between Chelmsford and London offices, and so a very strong salary and benefits package is on offer.

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