Business Analyst – Software & Applications

About the Position

Business Analysis
Permanent
Ipswich, Suffolk
£28,000 - £35,000 per annum

Job Role

The main focus of the role will be the documenting and translating of requirements and technical specifications from customers, to then pass on to the development team so they can get to work. This will involve you working directly with both new and existing customers on the requirements capture, understanding their needs and making sure it’s something the business can deliver.

Once you’ve established the requirements, you’ll need to be able to translate theses into coherent deliverables for the development team to understand and know what to do. You’ll also manager the requirements through the QA and testing phase to make sure it’s as it should be and on occasions, help out with some of the QA duties too.

Requirements & Experience

This role would suit someone coming from an Software or Application Support background who is looking to break into a Business Analyst role. You’ll need to have an understanding of the SDLC and be comfortable working with customers, developers and QA Testers, with an interest in technology.


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