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Business Analyst X2

Job Title: Business Analyst X2
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £225 - £325 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 8
REF: LD-89-37-A_1507026891
Contact Name: Lewis Archer
Contact Email:
Job Published: 16 days ago

Job Description

The Business Analyst will be required to attend and lead "To be" workshops and write up the defined "To Be" processes and supporting notes. The Business Analyst will be pulling together business impact questions going into the sprints and coming out of the sprints and assessing the business impacts.

The Business Analyst will be taking business requirements, eg from Commercial team/other inputs eg Customer Journey, and analysing the impacts of these on existing processes and finding out where new processes are required. Your communication skills will need to be exceptional as meeting stakeholders and working with them to co-design business processes will be a key part of the role.

In addition to this, the Business Analyst will be writing content in support of target operating model deliverables and writing SLAs for new operational areas. You will also need to be able to estimate costs for all the above changes, while creating robust deliverables outlining cost impacts.

If you feel you are a good fit for this role then please send me your CV immediately.

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