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IT Business Analyst

Job Title: IT Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Industry:
Salary: £30000 - £35000 per annum
REF: 6153
Contact Name: Chloe Alexandra Winterhalter
Contact Email: ChloeA@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash is currently retained by a Global Leading Automobiles Organisation seeking to acquire a Business Analyst to support its growing IT department.

Our client is looking for an experienced Business Analyst with previous experience in a proactive Analyst role.

The successful Candidate will:

  • Develop plans in support of the project and agree mileposts with supervisor.
  • Develop in house systems from requirements definition, to post implementation support, using PRINCE2 methodology.
  • Develop systems documentation
  • Deliver Systems solutions that integrate with AM policies, business processes and standards.
  • Develop key training plans
  • Training end users on systems and developing content
  • Developing Business Requirements with nominated areas of the business, in support of specific projects.
  • Work with AM business "customers" during systems development, as part of a small project team. These can be internal and external "customers",
  • Provide support for all approved for the client, and resolve issues in a prompt/timely manner.
  • Liaise with the infrastructure team to ensure correct install of network requirements.
  • Plan and liaise with infrastructure team and external suppliers to ensure hardware faults are logged and chased.
  • Conduct systems testing for proprietary software and in-house software.
  • Work to priorities set by supervisor/manager to maintain a good interface with internal and external customers.
  • Work as part of the systems development team and contribute to the developers' forum.

Successful Candidates Qualification's & Experience:

  • IT analysis skills, along with knowledge required to support in house systems is key
  • A working knowledge of UML/USDM incorporating systems documentation in the form of business requirements, system requirements, User Interfaces/ Design documentation.
  • A working knowledge of PRINCE2 methodology.
  • A good understanding of the manufacturing, supply and quality business areas and processes.
  • Good Business Accumen
  • A technical and formal systems background, with a structured analytical mind.
  • Good interpersonal skills, at all levels within and outside the organisation.
  • Good communication skills, and a team player.
  • Results oriented, with a good understanding of business priorities, and project planning.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading organisation in the Automobile industry, if this interests you please contact: Chloe Winterhalter 02070140230 or email: ChloeA@Montash.com

 

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