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Business Analyst - Agile - Scrum - Swansea - Immediate Start

Job Title: Business Analyst - Agile - Scrum - Swansea - Immediate Start
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Swansea, Wales
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: DD-BASW-A23_1507904515
Contact Name: Daniel Dorrington
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 days ago

Job Description

Business Analyst - Agile - Scrum - Swansea - immediate Start - 6 Month contract

My Swansea based client is urgently seeking an experience Business Analyst to join a fast-pace agile development team on an initial 6 month contract. The successful Agile Business Analyst will work with senior stakeholders, end clients and the scrum team creating software solutions. The successful Business Analyst will be responsible for running workshops, understanding client requirements, documenting them, supporting the agile development of solutions and ensuring client sign-off at the completion of all necessary work. The Successful Business Analyst must have experience using the Agile Scrum framework and be able to support the scrum team throughout sprint development and seek customer sign off through demonstrating completed work to the client at the end of each sprint.

Essential Skills & experience:

  • Demonstrable Business Analyst experience
  • A Background of working with software teams in an Agile / Scrum environment
  • Excellent communication and management skills
  • Customer facing experience
  • Requirements Gathering
  • User story creation/mapping
  • Wireframe/Mockup creation (ideal)

Interview slots and immediate start for the right candidate

If you are interested and available please get in touch asap,

Business Analyst - Agile - Scrum - Swansea - immediate Start - 6 Month contract

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