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Ecommerce Business Analyst

Job Title: Ecommerce Business Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £475 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Month (EXT)
REF: ECOM - BA
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email: alexw@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

I am currently looking for an experienced Ecommerce Business Analyst for a fantastic opportunity with a large multi-national organisation.

Previous experience must include:

  • Experience on Ecommerce projects and platforms
  • Working on large scale web development projects
  • Working across multiple working streams
  • Ideally have handled discount promotions / cash backs…
  • Mapping / documenting business processes.
  • B2C experience essential
  • To be able to translate business requirements
  • Integration experience
  • Excellent communication skills, as well as proficiency on office products such as Excel, PowerPoint etc.:
  • Experience in writing user stories and test scripts
  • Magento experience is HIGHLY preferable

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