Technical business Analyst
Salary £46,000 - £50,000 per annum
Consultant Lorraine Carroll
Date posted 09 May 20192019-05-09 2019-07-08 it Liverpool Merseyside GB GBP 46000 50000 50000 YEAR Robert Walters https://www.robertwalters.co.uk
This is a fantastic opportunityfor a technical business Analyst
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Technical Business Analyst to work closely with the business functions, documenting their requirements and assessing both the business and system impact of the proposed changes. The role also involves producing and owning the UAT testing documents and leading UAT testing activity where required.
- Investigate operational requirements, problems, and opportunities, seeking effective business solutions through improvements in automated and non-automated components of new or changed processes
- Analyse business processes, identify alternative solutions, assess feasibility and recommend new approaches, typically seeking to exploit technology components
- Produce business requirements documents - identify all deliverables required to achieve the business objective/s to enable benefits to be delivered around client processes, services, people, data and technology
- Conduct business impact assessment to identify how the changes from the "as-is" processes, systems, and structures to the "to-be" processes, systems and structures impact specific organisations and roles.
- Have a solid understanding of systems testing practices and test development.
- Co-ordinate, support and where identified, lead User Acceptance testing to include such specific tasks as test script preparation; maintaining defects log and testing schedule
Strong awareness of any Enterprise Technologies such as:
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions
- Business Intelligence / Data Reporting solutions
- Experience of industry best practice such as Unified Modelling language (UML), Use Cases and Business Process Mapping Notation (BPMN)
- Production of Test Cases for UATExtensive knowledge of process modelling techniques with the use of business modelling tools
- Professional Development – Take responsibility for continuing one’s own professional development