Business Change Analyst

About the Position

Change & Transformation
Ipswich Suffolk - flexible working environment
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum

Job Role

You’ll be joining a Change team of Business Analysts and Project Managers and as the Business Change Analyst, you will be responsible for analysing all business processes and procedures across the company and identifying areas for improvement along the way.

You’ll be conducting analysis of existing business processes and procedures using a variety of techniques and you’ll be involved in the full lifecycle from initial requirements capture, scoping and design, through to delivery, implementation and BAU. You’ll also have the opportunity to develop strategies and implement changes to enhance the overall business effectiveness as well as being involved in some of the future road mapping too.

Requirements & Experience

In this role, you’ll be working closely with a range of Senior Managers and Stakeholders across the business, facilitating positive change and providing support and guidance to project teams across all projects, workstreams and initiatives, keeping them in line with the change management process.

This role would suit either an experienced Change Analyst or Business Analyst with a strong understanding of Change Management methodologies and best practices. You’ll need to have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a BA or Change Management role, as well as strong communication and stakeholder management skills too.

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