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Business Analyst - Data Modelling / Payment processes

Job Title: Business Analyst - Data Modelling / Payment processes
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bedfordshire
Salary: £340 - £440 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J7555_1490780169
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Business Analyst

Duration: 6 Months

Rate: £340-440

Currently working with a Global Retail organisation to source for a Payment Process focused Business analyst with both strong payment processes experience and ecommerce projects experience in recent roles.

For this piece of work the successful candidate will be strong in Business Process Modelling. Be able to show how risk will be managed within the project and be able to undertake more than activity modelling and producing Use Cases - must be able to model across systems and across businesses to ensure incorporation of processes, control, how risks are controlled, who has input in processes/access.

The successful will be undertaking analysis of the business needs including internal and market external factors, you will be defining problem statements and analysing root causes.

You will be assigned to work on projects in a particular business aligned portfolio of IT projects. Usually portfolios are formed of 15-20 projects, you will typically work at a time on 3-5 projects.

Skills Required:

- Proven experience as a business analyst for at least 5+years, Measurable track record of providing business analysis input into major change initiatives encompassing at least five years of relevant experience

- Strong experience of working in the retail sector within payment / data modelling processes.

- Excellent communicator, both verbal and written, in English. Comfortable communicating high level concepts to senior stakeholders whilst also being able to delve into the detail of complex changes.

- Strong systems experience such as SQL, ability to read technical documents, CASE tools.

Key words:

Data Modelling / API / UML / Business Process / Payment process / risk / Digital Payment / stakeholders / use case / user stories / waterfall / project delivery / SQL / real time

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