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Business Analyst - Agile/UAT

Job Title: Business Analyst - Agile/UAT
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands, England
Salary: £300 - £325 per day
Start Date: 2 Weeks
Duration: 3 Months
REF: SDBOBA31_1495793689
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Business Analyst - UAT/Agile - £300- £325 Per Day - West Midlands - 3 Months Contract

Montash have been engaged with a large client based in the West Midlands to secure a highly-experienced Business Analyst on an initial 3 month contract.

The successful candidate will be a highly skilled Business Analyst with strong experience of Process Mapping and working in an Agile environment on a variety of complex projects at any one time.

Key Skills:

  • Experience of gathering requirements, ideally within User Test Strategy Development or UAT (User Acceptance Testing).
  • Experience from IT or Digital customer facing projects.
  • Extensive demonstrable experience of requirements gathering.
  • Experience of eliciting and challenging requirements from stakeholders including executive and senior management.
  • Self-starter.
  • Energetic, pro-active and personable.
  • Can operate with little supervision.
  • Experience of supporting test strategy development.
  • Experience of writing test scripts and supporting user testing.
  • Extensive experience of working in an Agile environment and comfortable in doing so. (Please demonstrate this when submitting your CV).
  • Ideally experience of working on 5+ projects at any one time.
  • An excellent can-do attitude and the desire to learn and understand new experience.
  • Excellent communication skills, confidence and stakeholder engagement skills.

This is an opportunity to work with a global organisation on an exciting programme of work, if you feel you are suitable please apply now!

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