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Business Analyst (Hybris)

Job Title: Business Analyst (Hybris)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £325 - £425 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Title: Business Analyst (Hybris)
Location: High Street Kensington, London
Day Rate: £325-£425

Contract Length: 6 Months

Montash have been engaged by a leading UK retailer with an amazing brand, who needs a Business Analyst to join their talented team. Based in the centre of London for the duration of the contract, you will be working on an agile E-commerce project.

An exceptional Business Analyst (Hybris) with a background in Retail is required to join our client who is at the forefront of the e-commerce platform. The Business Analyst will be playing a leading part in helping clients evolve their digital and e-commerce strategy.

The Business Analyst (Hybris) will get the opportunity to work on an interesting and important project whilst developing their career. Requirements include:

  • Excellent business knowledge within Retail

  • Experience working full-life cycles, production- scale Hybris implementation

  • Strong agile background

  • A solid track record in working on projects/ programmes within time and budget

  • Proven ability to communicate complex information effectively

This is a very exciting project which will see you into the second quarter of the New Year. It is also a fantastic opportunity to work with such a strong and leading UK retailer.

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