- Excellent opportunity to join a well-established and ever-expanding company
- £50,000 - Flexible / hybrid / remote working - 1 - 2 days per week on-site
About Our Client
Our client is a large housing provider in the Northwest, which has an exciting period of growth and transformation ongoing as well as a commitment to continuous improvement. They are recognised as being an employer of choice in their industry and the role will likely offer a hybrid approach to working (circa 2 days per week on-site)
- Stakeholder analysis to scope and plan business analysis activities.
- Lead the requirements management process through effective elicitation, validation and prioritisation.
- Work with cross functional operational teams, technical teams and solution vendors to translate business requirements into functional / technical specifications.
- Define, analyse, and improve business processes using recognised techniques to drive business efficiencies and improvements in service.
- Support solution testing and business acceptance by ensuring requirements, process designs / user journeys are aligned with the solution design and testing scenarios.
The Successful Applicant
This business is extremely customer-focused and you should be too!
- Ability to work autonomously as a Business Analyst on a range of business change, technology, and process improvement projects from initiation through to operational acceptance.
- Proven track record of delivering process improvements through the application of process improvement techniques.
- Strong analytic and problem solving skills; experience of using data to enable evidence-based decisions.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively lead, facilitate and provide constructive challenge.
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 tools
What's on Offer
A highly-visible role within a wider change team, this role offers really good future development opportunities for the right candidate, as well as an initial salary of circa £50,000, great company benefits and a very flexible hybrid working pattern (likely requirement to be on site 1 to 2 days per week)