My Local Authority client based in London is looking for a Technical Business Analyst who can successfully hit the ground running.
The purpose of this role is for the business analyst to collect and maintain data in a consistent form, providing an evidence base to meet and enforce programme governance standards and inform assurance reporting to senior management. Maintain quality documents such as the requirements traceability matrix, to ensure business demands are met and key decisions are captured.
You would need to take responsibility for investigative work to determine requirements and specify effective business processes, through improvements in information systems, data management, practices, procedures, organisation and equipment.
You would also need to elicit requirements using a range of techniques as appropriate such as interviews, focus groups, surveys, site visits, task and workflow analysis. Translates business needs into requirements (functional and non-functional) and communicates these requirements to developers in an agreed format such as business process maps and Use Cases or User Stories. Evaluate the technical feasibility of the business unit's requests during requirements gathering, making high-level evaluations, asking the right questions to clarify technical constraints.
The business analyst would need to explore various options and risks within technology projects, utilising a high-level of business awareness. Recommends solutions taking into consideration capability, cost/benefit analysis, strategic direction and architectural designs.
Key duties will include:
• Providing pre-project analysis, supporting Business Case development, and outlining options to enable effective decision making and authorisations.
• Facilitation of demand led business meetings and working with Business Partners to understand the problem statement, undertaking contextual analysis, to ensure that Strategic Business Units (SBU) achieve business benefits.
• Supporting the Benefit planning and Realisation process.
• Analysis of GIS contracts, supporting renegotiation.
• Aligning Enterprise Architecture components with the business priorities, ensuring that our resources are deployed appropriately to fulfil approved demand.
The business analyst would need to work with minimal supervision, planning, prioritising and managing time effectively across multiple projects. Work proactively, communicating and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders appraising options. Outstanding relationship and communication skills, comfortable at all levels of the organisation. Contributes to the continuous improvement of the BA team processes and practices.
Supports Business Partners throughout the demand process. Taking responsibility for understanding demand requirements, collecting data, delivering analysis and problem resolution. Working with the Architect to understand high-level requirements to enable production of the high-level design. Identifying evaluating and recommending options, implementing if required. Collaborating with and facilitating stakeholder groups and providing challenge where appropriate to ensure that proposed solutions are properly understood and appropriately exploited to deliver the expected outcomes.
This role is initially for 3 months with a view to extend just depending on the business needs.
My client is offering £350.00 Per Day, INSIDE IR35.
If you or know anyone who would be interested, please get in contact and send CV's to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Remy on 0121 230 9111.