£35000 - £40000 per annum
over 1 year ago
Are you looking for a Business Analyst role where you will:
*Provide a professional and structured Business Analysis service within a software delivery environment
*Join an established organisation who prides themselves on being pioneers in web based supply chain software
*Be part of an organisation with continued business expansion and opportunity for career progression and development
As a Business Analyst you will join the centralised resource pool as part of the Business Analyst team providing an essential service to both internal and external stakeholders between the customer facing and product teams.
Supporting cross product initiatives and carrying out in-depth analysis to support the strategic development of the product range from a technical and functional perspective.
As a successful Business Analyst you will be responsible for:
*Working with product owners to deliver Roadmaps
*Fully document business processes
*Manage requirements lifecycle from inception, review, signoff, development, testing to acceptance
*Build strong relationships with customers and product teams
*Provide cost benefit analysis
*Identify new product development opportunities
As a successful Business Analyst you should have experience in any of the following:
*Business Analyst within a software delivery environment (min 3 years)
*Agile methodology experience
*Proven ability in requirement gathering
*Interpreting complex data
*Business Analysis qualification (advantageous)
This Business Analyst role is based in Ross on Wye and is paying a salary of between £35,000 and £40,000. It is commutable from Worcester, Bristol, Malvern, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Ledbury, Evesham, Pershore, Monmouth, Chepstow and Abergavenny.
This Business Analyst role has a fantastic benefits packaging including
If you happen to know a Business Analyst that may be interested in the position, may be looking at similar opportunities or needs a nudge to find that next step, please do get in touch as we do have a referral scheme!