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Business Analyst - 4-Months - Oxford - £350-£400

Job Title: Business Analyst - 4-Months - Oxford - £350-£400
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Oxfordshire
Salary: £350 - £400 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 4 months
REF: AA-45678_1493736549
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Business Analyst - 4-Months - Oxford - £350-£400

Montash have been engaged with a large organisation based in the Oxford to secure a highly-experienced Business Analyst on an initial 4-month contract.

I am seeking a Business Analyst to join the team on a high-profile project to deliver a global publishing management system.

Business Analyst key result area's:

  • Facilitate investigations and decision making ensuring that the views of stakeholders are considered, verified and validated
  • Collaborate on the design and selection of solutions within the context of the overall Enterprise / Solution Architecture ensuring they meet the needs of the business
  • Support the implementation of solutions - checking the solution is not deviating from the business requirements
  • Pro-actively demonstrate required behaviours in line with expectations of the role
  • Assist the project team lead to deliver business value through story selection, definition of tasks and estimation.

The Business Analyst will need to have the following skills:

  • Experience in working in Agile environment
  • Good agile story writing experience using the INVEST
  • Very good knowledge of ERP projects
  • Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills. Strong influencing and interpersonal skills. Ability to simplify and communicate complex concepts and information
  • Virtual working and collaboration in a matrix environment

If you are a Business Analyst looking to take on new challenge with a client that are delivery some real results. Please get in touch on 0207 014 0231 or

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