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Senior Business Analyst

Job Title: Senior Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £55000 - £70000 per annum + Competitive Package
REF: NSRBA
Contact Name: Andreea Antoniu
Contact Email: andreeaa@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Business Analyst / BA / Business Requirements / Stakeholder engagement / Retail/ FMCG/ Consumer Goods

Senior Business Analyst

An opportunity has arisen with one of Britain's leading retailers. As a Senior Business Analyst sitting within the international arm of the business you will be covering a diverse range of projects from finance to logistics and more.

As part of one of the fastest growing part of the business with operations across the globe, this is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking to develop their career through a broad range of projects and exposure to a viarety of international markets.

Within the team you would take on the responsibility of leading the analysis of business requirements. You would be ensuring the implementation of these solutions throughout the project lifecycle and apply different delivery approaches and independently perform business analysis processes.

Requirements:

  • Minimum 4 years of broad experience as a Business Analyst
  • Strong knowledge of project lifecycle in retail or FMCG
  • Strong background in retail

Responsibilities

  • Describe as-is / to-be models as part of the requirements elicitation process i.e.; process, data, work flow, application
  • Plan, conduct / facilitate elicitation sessions and ensure production of associated deliverables
  • Understand customers' objectives, processes and products in order to make recommendations
  • Support project manager in building Business Case, including cost / benefit analysis, risk assessment, project scope and development of a high level plan
  • Produce requirement specifications and outline solution design documents throughout the project lifecycle, incorporating change requests and finalization of requirements documentation
  • Analyse and manage requirement risk, traceability matrix and prioritise requirements
  • Perform quality review checks on project deliverables
  • Support development of test plan, testing, implementation and training activities
  • Support post implementation activities including problem solving and measurement of benefits achieved. In case expected benefits not achieved support the analysis to determine root cause
  • Communicate effectively through different mediums at all levels.

If this opportunity is of interest please get in touch. Please contact Andreea Antoniu at andreeaa@montash.com or call 02070140230.

Business Analyst / BA / Business Requirements / Stakeholder engagement / Retail/ FMCG/ Consumer Goods

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