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Agile Business Analyst

Job Title: Agile Business Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £420 - £425 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: AgilebBA17#_1506359592
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 22 days ago

Job Description

Agile Business Analyst - 6 Month Contract / London

Montash are working with a prestigious organisation who want to champion and be the market leader within technology in their sector. Doing so, we are looking for an Agile Business Analyst to join their London office.

The Role: Agile Business Analyst

As an a Agile Business Analyst you will:

  • Apply structured and Agile BA techniques to help and deliver internal and external projects
  • The capability to understand business problems and influence the use of technology to solve these problems
  • Run workshops to create thorough requirements & acceptance criteria appropriate for developing technology solutions
  • Strong stakeholder management skills to build robust relationships

Must haves as Agile Business Analyst to succeed:

  • 5+ years Business Analysis experience
  • Website transformation experience
  • Act as the liaison between internal and external suppliers
  • Track record delivering projects to complex environments in Agile & waterfall methodologies
  • Drupal and MySQL experience

If you feel you have the right skills and experience for this Agile Business Analyst 6 month rolling contract, apply and contact me on 0044 207 014 0231.

Keywords: Business Analyst / Agile / Waterfall / Drupal / Website Transformation / London

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