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E-Commerce Business Analyst

Job Title: E-Commerce Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: EBABC
Contact Name: Bonnie Chuong
Contact Email: bonniec@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

My client is one of the world's leading Digital Consultancy who are recognized for successfully delivering innovative, leading edge Web Mobile and e-Commerce solutions to their clients.

They are looking for an E-Commerce Business Analyst who will join their team Retail Team in a high collaborative and client facing role. This is a chance to join a dynamic company in a cool exciting environment!

Some of the responsibilities include:

  • Facilitates workshops for the client and end users to agree requirements
  • Works with the client to agree and document detailed design and acceptance criteria for their requirements and for project deliverables
  • Executes gap analysis against proposed technologies
  • Assumes responsibility for planning the requirements gathering and management processes
  • Organises review and/or release of documentation when required
  • Supports development teams by providing clarifications to requirements and design
  • Initiates communication with members of other teams and across the business analysis team to ensure effective implementation

Required skills:

  • Proven capability of interfacing with clients, managing their demands and expectations and challenging appropriately to truly understand the business need and requirements
  • Proven experience in successfully leading requirement elicitation workshops
  • Significant experience in creating requirements specifications, process models and business rules
  • End to end experience of the project lifecycle
  • Must have experience within the retail space
  • The right to live and work in the UK

Preferred skillset

  • Strong organisational skills, with the ability to work independently as well in a highly collaborative, team-based environment
  • Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Attention to detail and good problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of good practice around usability, maintainability and accessibility
  • Knowledge of the Scrum development process ( Agile)
  • Experience with EPICS
  • Interest in developing the organisation, building and documenting processes, and evaluating tools

There may be an element of traveling throughout the UK and internationally if and when required.

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