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Junior IT Purchasing Business Analyst

Job Title: Junior IT Purchasing Business Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands
Salary: £150 - £200 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months +
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Junior IT Purchasing Business Analyst - URGENT

3 Month Contract

West Midlands Based

Montash are currently working with a Global Manufacturing Organisation to source and secure a Junior IT Purchasing Business Analyst based in the West Midlands.

Looking for someone who can engage with the functional business teams to understand their objectives and strategy. You will need to provide a point of contact for IT and where required motivate, develop, appraise and organise team members to deliver effectively.

Key Responsibilities:

- Must be able to capture the business needs and define these as clear business requirements.

- Create an IT vision for the specific business areas, which can be built up into the winder IT Vision for the business function and gain buy in from the business leadership.

Skills Required:

- Excellent stakeholder management

- Strong Influencing Skills

- Must have a broad knowledge of the IT Project delivery process and transition into service delivery ideally within the purchasing business domain

- Experienced Business Analyst

- Experience in Project Management desired

- Strong Business Relationship Management

Key Words

Purchasing / Business Analyst / Business Relationship / IT / BRL / Strategy / road map / procurement / purchase

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