£45000 - £60000 per annum + Health Care, Training
9 months ago
Are you looking for a large and highly successful consultancy to support your career growth with opportunities to gain new skills? Is travel something you're comfortable with a few days per week if the project requires it? Are you looking for your next career move as a Business Analyst? If this sounds like you, we have a fantastic opportunity with a leading technology company in central Bristol. A starting salary of £45,000 to £60,000 is offered depending on experience coupled with great benefits and unrivalled training.
Since the mid-nineties our client have consistently delivering best in-class solutions to companies across varied industries throughout the UK and overseas. With a compound growth of roughly 30% they seeking a multi-disciplined Business Analyst to help manage the delivery of complex digital transformation projects across a host of industry sectors.
You will have proven commercial experience as a digital transformation Business Analyst and come from a consultancy background. You will have the ability to fulfil at least a few of a multitude of roles as well as traditional Business Analyst responsibilities, these include; Product Owner, Data Analyst, Delivery Manager, Stakeholder management and perhaps even Scrum Master or Agile Coach. Applicants must have in-depth experience with a variety of elicitation techniques, such as focus groups, brainstorming and requirements workshops to identify problems and map out solutions. You must have solid experience with Agile methodologies as well as writing User Stories and test scenarios.
This position offers a huge opportunity for someone who has experience with digital transformation projects and looking for the next step up in their career and this is not to be missed. Please apply with us for more information and an immediate telephone interview.
Novate IT Ltd is a leading supplier of permanent and contract recruitment services for companies in the IT, Digital Media and Telecommunications industries.