Business Analyst – Insurance – 14 month FTC

About the Position

Business Analysis
Chelmsford, Essex
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum

Job Role

This is a Business Analyst role where you will be the link between the business divisions, technology teams and support teams throughout the many projects. You’ll 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 business value.

The projects within the change management team are varied and diverse and can span across the many different areas of the business including HR, Data, Finance, IT and Regulatory. Projects will also differ in nature and as such, will encompass process improvement, operational efficiency, regulatory requirements, system delivery, integrations and new systems changes.

Requirements & Experience

This Business Analyst position would suit someone who embraces and encourages change, as well as someone who can effectively adjust to changing priorities and job demands. You’ll need to be an effective communicator with both the business and technical teams and have excellent stakeholder management skills. An understanding of the insurance industry will be really beneficial.

Whilst this is a FTC, there’s a very good chance that this could be made permanent.

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