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Business Analyst/Project Consultant

Job Title: Business Analyst/Project Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany,
Salary: €400 - €500 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months
REF: DP - BA - GE - 01
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Business Analyst/Project Manager - 3 months - Germany - ASAP START - Telecommunications

Montash have been engaged by a global telecommunications client to engage with experienced Loyalty programme Business Analysts to gather requirements for a large scale programme.

You will be working with the team responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of all projects related to mobile wallet.

Essential Skills:

  • Gathering data around the loyalty programme and relaying to the business and IT stakeholders
  • 3+ Years as a Business Analyst
  • Proven track record with Mobile Payments or Loyalty programmes
  • Communicate change within the IT and business
  • Experience in Retail or Telco is desirable
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement skills
  • Project Management experience - desirable
  • Experience with Mobile Application projects is desirable

Any experience in Agile projects is also desirable.

This is an URGENT requirement for a Business Analyst/Project Manager with a global client, please send an updated CV for your application for a confidential conversation.

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