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  » Posted on: 14-01-2020

Position or Job Title Business Analyst
Company CV-Library Ltd
Recruiter Reference itjobspost/211519768
Position Location (City) BH15, Poole, Dorset
County/Area Dorset
Country United Kingdom
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Description & Requirements

Job Description
Business Analyst – £35k - £50K

Are you a proactive & driven professional? Are you passionate about product innovation & solutions? This exciting & RARE opportunity to work within Software/Systems engineering is not to be missed……

Working in a positive & dynamic team of approx. 15 you will be responsible for identifying, researching & evaluating possible software products/enhancements for new & existing clients. Using various tools available to you such has, existing customers, software & hardware developers and system test teams, you will identify & coordinate requirements for the development backlog.

The Business Analyst will be working with a Product Owner, UX team and on-site and off-shore software development teams, in an Agile Environment and will be responsible for defining/refining user stories aligned to a delivery roadmap, to ensure the “user story pipeline” is sufficient to maintain several parallel software development streams

If you want to work with Modern Development Environments, in a highly successful company, then this could be the role for you with a salary of up to £50K, free parking & excellent benefits – based in Poole.

Responsibilities of the Business Analyst:

• Work with internal and external stakeholders to understand and investigate requirements

• Communicate with internal colleagues to understand the needs of stakeholders and the organisation as a whole

• Use data modelling practices to analyse your findings and work with a product owner to create user stories with acceptance criteria in the backlog

• Communicate the functional goal of the user stories across teams and help to address any uncertainty and/or concerns

• Work with UX and software engineering teams to refine the user stories with associated data requirements & business rules and work through any questions and rework as required

• Consider opportunities and potential risks attached to suggestions you make

• Produce written documentation to support your work, report on your findings and to present to stakeholders when necessary

• Develop and maintain requirements traceability matrices

• Assist in the preparation of project functional and technical documents to support handover to Customer Support teams. Support Knowledge Transfer to Customer Support teams

Skills & Characteristics of the Business Analyst:

• Degree in Systems Engineering, Computer Science or other engineering or scientific field (or equivalent experience)

• Experience of liaising with internal and external stakeholders to detail user stories

• Experience of working in an Agile Environment to detail user stories

• Experience of liaising with customers on complex technical projects

• Experience of deconstructing complex functional requirements into epics and user stories for delivery in parallel by multiple software development teams

• Experience of defining user stories and supporting acceptance criteria in conjunction with UX team

• Experience of backlog creation using Jira and TFS tools

• Experience of working alongside software development teams supporting Agile ceremonies such as Sprint Planning

• Experience of working with software teams developing integrated Cloud, Back-Office and Embedded solutions

• Experience of working with development teams that utilise CI/Test Automation

What’s in it for you?

* Excellent salary of £35k - £50K depending on experience

* Free parking

* Pension Contributions

* Life Assurance

* 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays

* Friendly/sociable working environment

* Hours are 09:00 till 17:30 Monday to Friday (37.5 hours per week)

* Permanent Position

* Free tea & coffee AND Fresh Fruit

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Required Qualifications
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Additional Details

Employment Authorisation Type of Position
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Salary and Package
£35000 - £50000/a
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