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Senior Agile Business Analyst - London - £65,000-£80,000

Job Title: Senior Agile Business Analyst - London - £65,000-£80,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £65000.00 - £80000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9048_1503572523
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Senior Agile Business Analyst - London - £65,000-£80,000

Our client a leading digital consultancy spanning 13 different countries, are actively seeking an experienced Senior Agile Business Analyst to join them on a permanent basis.

Our client have recently won a number of new innovative projects and as such they require a Senior Business Analyst with strong knowledge of agile and experience working on digital projects.

Candidates must be flexible to travel UK wide.

The skillset required to excel in this role is broad, with the right individual needing to demonstrate strong capabilities within the majority of the following areas:

  • Extensive Agile Experience
  • Backlog management
  • User story elaboration
  • Story/Impact mapping
  • As well as conventional techniques i.e. data modelling, business process modelling
  • Large scope
  • Workshop facilitation skills preferred
  • Ability to present to a development team is a must and to project stakeholders, ideal.
  • Can elicit non-functional requirements too

If this Senior Agile Business Analyst role is of interest, then please apply with an up to date CV

Senior Agile Business Analyst - London - £65,000-£80,000

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