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Business Analyst (CRM)

Job Title: Business Analyst (CRM)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bedfordshire
Salary: £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: J7225_1487263482
Contact Name: Dominic Pather
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Business Analyst (CRM) - Bedfordshire - 6 months - £450 per day - ASAP START

Montash have been engaged by a global client for a business analyst to work on a large scale IBM Marketing Campaign/IBM Marketing Cloud platform.

Key Skills:

  • Experience of working within a data driven environment
  • Requirements elicitation methods including business process modelling, UML, use cases and prototyping
  • Experience of data warehousing, big data, business intelligence environments
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong stakeholder engagement skills

This is an URGENT requirement for an experienced Business Analyst, please submit an updated CV for a confidential conversation for further information.

Rate: £450 per day
6 months
Employment Business: Montash
Posted Date:

Key Words:

CRM / IBM / marketing / cloud / business analyst / analysis / requirements / gathering / process / modelling / data / big data / BI / data warehousing / global / IT / tech

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