Business Analyst

About the Position

Change & Transformation
Ipswich, Suffolk
£45,000 - £50,000 per annum

Job Role

The role of the Business Analyst will be to support the wider business with the implementation of IT and Business Change projects and ultimately act as the link between the business and IT. You’ll be playing a crucial role in ensuring that business requirements are managed and fed back into the project team and translated into functional specifications.

You’ll be tasked with the usual BA duties such as gathering user requirements using various methods, identifying and establishing scope and parameters of requirements analysis on a project-by-project basis and working with stakeholders, senior managers and other delivery team members.

Requirements & Experience

In addition to this, we’re also looking for someone who can come in and really add some value to the team and business, bringing with them some new and different ways of working, new techniques and introducing some fresh ideas on how to take the business to the next level.

Skills and experiences needed for this role include a good working knowledge and understanding of a wide range of projects from software implementations, business and operational changes and some IT / infrastructure based projects too. Any qualifications such as the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis, Lean Practitioner or Agile etc would be advantageous too.

Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Buy or Sell Holiday
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Discount Scheme
Free Language Lessons
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Death in Service
Team Lunches
Nights Out
Work From Home
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