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IT Business Analyst

This is a permanent role, full time, 5 days per week, splitting your time between home and client sites.

Offering a competitive salary and access to an attractive benefits package, to include a profit share bonus, employee assistance programme, company pension scheme and life assurance plus much more.

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The Role:

This is an engaging role, working on a wide range of different IT and digital orientated projects for our clients, to include:

  • Defining scope, managing change and ensuring the correct level of challenge is made to the business's requirements

  • Requirements gathering, “As is” and “To Be”

  • Running one to one client interviews and workshops

  • Maintaining and creating process flow diagrams, business requirements, and project documentation

  • Undertaking process and functional efficiency reviews and providing recommendations for improvement

  • Define and manage business and systems requirements

  • Producing progress reports

  • Undertaking reviews (health-check) and process reviews

  • Supporting the design, testing and implementation of new processes and systems requirements

The Company

Stoneseed are specialists in providing dedicated IT Project Management Services to a broad range of clients across all industry sectors.

As a people orientated business, this rewarding role will provide lots of variety and fresh challenges for a results driven, dynamic and self-motivated individual.

About you

Candidates should be passionate and proactive, with a keen eye for detail.

You must have a proven track record of delivering complex technical projects, ideally with a minimum of 4-5 years Business Analyst experience in an IT orientated environment.

You must be eligible to drive in the UK, have access to a vehicle and already hold the right to work in the UK, as we are unable to sponsor visa applications for this role.

You will be experienced in:

  • Techniques such as Agile, Lean, SDLC, Kanban

  • Product Development Lifecycle

  • Natural facilitator, being able to bring people into conversations and workshops to ensure comprehensive collaboration

  • Supporting product owners to ensure the end delivery provides organisational value

  • Building key client relationships and managing stakeholders