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Business Systems Analyst

Job Title: Business Systems Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hampshire
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Salary: £400 - £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 month (ext)
REF: BA21_1490262587
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email: alexw@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

  • A technically-minded Business Analyst with excellent problem solving skills is required for a major IT Applications Project.
  • You will be joining an interesting and complex technology project involving the creation of single sign-on for a suite of applications.
  • The Identity Management tool will need to be 'connected' to each application and allow access through Active Directory. These applications include Microsoft Office 365
  • This position could really be described as a hybrid between Business Analyst and Systems Analyst.
  • Identity Managment experience is essential, plus a strong applications background. Along with that fantastic analytical skills, excellent problem solving and the ability to find clarity through ambiguity are really important.

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