Business Analyst

About the Position

Business Analysis
Permanent
Ipswich / Fully Remote
£50,000 - £60,000 per annum

Job Role

As the Business Analyst, you’ll be acting as the bridge between the Technology Team and the Business, engaging with all levels of the organisation in order to draw out an accurate, understandable and presentable picture of current business processes and practice, clearly documenting ‘as is’ and ‘to be’ states as appropriate.

You’ll be working alongside Project Managers and other subject matter experts across the business and you’ll be helping to identify change needs in respect of allocated projects, assess the impact of those changes, capturing, analysing and documenting functional and non-functional requirements and testing requirements, working these through the SDLC as well as working on some more operational and regulatory projects too.

Requirements & Experience

Experience wise, we’re looking for someone with a good understanding of business analysis techniques and who can apply this knowledge to a broad range of projects or change initiatives. You’ll need to be able to gather relevant information from both business and technical sources and translate these into clear documentation. Any experience from the insurance industry will be highly desirable.

 


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