Business Analyst

Location UK / Belfast

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary £35000 - 45000

Updated 1 week ago

Reference 1387213

 Job Description

At Just we’re recruiting for our future and we currently have a great opportunity to join us as a Business Analyst on a permanent basis from our office in Belfast.

You will conduct initial project assessments, identify business requirements, and support their design, development, testing, deployment and transition into ‘live’. The work assigned may range from small enhancements to large scale ventures, such as the development and delivery of a new product to various analytical projects with some associated development activities.

You will act as the main analytical function and shared resource for all activities relating to the development of product/systems, creating a framework to further extend the knowledge of the Analysis team to a level that enables excellent understanding, representation and communication of business requirements into delivery teams.

You will initiate and shape the analysis approach on projects whilst demonstrating the ability to work independently on projects and act as an analytical lead. 

You’ll conduct project analysis and design and actively participate in the “Agile – SCRUM” delivery approach. 

Skills we are looking for

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent.
  • Formal Analysis Training is highly desirable, however a proven background in core development methodologies with a desire to progress with formal analysis training is equally acceptable.
  • Enterprise level experience within a development framework.
  • A strong analytical aptitude and the ability to understand and manage complex concepts.
  • A willingness to learn new skills and adapt to new technologies.
  • Ability to work in a reactive and changing environment.
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  • Demonstrable skills in Business Analysis.
  • Working within a development environment with exposure to various development approaches e.g. Waterfall, Agile SCRUM etc.
  • Using a range of analysis ‘skills’ or ‘techniques’ e.g. Workshops, Process Mapping etc. Ability to apply statistical analysis and reporting.