Business Analyst - Agile, Software, Automation

  • Job Reference: PR/020043
  • Date Posted: 11 June 2019
  • Recruiter: Williams McKinley Ltd
  • Location: Cheshire
  • Salary: £40,000 to £50,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: benefits
  • Sector: IT (general)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Business Analyst - Agile, Software, Automation

A successful automation software development company are seeking a Business Analyst to join their busy team.

In this role you will be responsible for working on projects implementing software designed to improve business processes.

You will:

  • Deliver the solutions in line with the product development roadmap.
  • Gather and analyse Customer requirements, before translating these into solutions that can be brought to life by the product developers.
  • Proactively engage and promote the user community to source ideas, opportunities and information to enable prioritisation.
  • Work with the Product Owner to translate requirements into user stories to feed the Agile development teams.
  • Review and contribute to the technical product documentation.

The ideal candidate:

  • 2-3 years' experience as a business analyst, ideally in an Agile environment, with tangible evidence of output delivered.
  • Curious individual who is comfortable pushing the boundaries of the unknown, starting from a blank sheet of paper, and solving problems by finding the right solution for Users.
  • Self-starter who enjoys learning continuously and working autonomously, driving and prioritising their own work to deliver against a clear set of agreed objectives.
  • Acts with integrity, acknowledging mistakes and celebrating successes, in an open and honest way to build long and lasting relationships with Customers, Partners, and colleagues.
  • Degree qualified (minimum 2.1), or equivalent, in a relevant subject with a level of experience that provides tangible evidence for suitability for the role.
  • Core skills: Creativity, problem solving, stakeholder management; prioritisation; problem solving; requirements elicitation and translation, workshop delivery, and communication.
  • Desirable experience: Delivering output in accordance with Agile principles and methodology; user story writing; acceptance criteria experience; delivering exceptional customer experience; and building stakeholder networks.

This is a fantastic opportunity to build a career with a market leading organisation.

The role will require occasional UK travel

Business Analyst - Agile, Software, Automation

£40-50k dependent on experience