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Business Analyst

Business Analyst

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Procurement & Supply Chain

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  • Salary:

    £500 - £650 per day

  • Contact:

    Aimee Corley

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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My client, a major central government organisation are looking for a bright, proactive SC Cleared Senior Business Analyst (BA) (SC clearance must already be held and currently valid) to support and lead the requirements for a new cross Government IT system. You will manage a team of BA's and User Researchers to capture the business functional and non-functional process driven requirements and will take the lead in defining modular business functionality. The role will involve producing detailed process models which are fully compliant with the project standards and defining user stories, user journeys, testing criteria, facilitating workshops and engaging with stakeholders.

You will lead on capturing and modelling the As-Is Activity Swimlane Process Models and defining modular To-Be BPMN process models to address threats and exploit opportunities.
Having knowledge of MOD or Government workings at Secret level regarding IT Development, Records Management and Security organisations is desirable.

Key tasks and responsibilities;
·At least 5 years' experience in a Lead Business Analyst/Management Consultant role leading and driving a team.
·Recent experience of working on large scale government IT transformation programmes in an agile environment (secure environment)
·Proficient in UML2 Modelling for Use Cases, Activity Swimlane models and context models.
·Proficient in BPMN modelling to support the definition of the To-Be processes.
·Proven experience in cross government stakeholder management.
·Knowledge of MOD and/or Government working at Secret, IT development, Ways of working, Records Management and Security organisations.
·Generation of User Stories, Epics, User Journeys, Features and non-functional requirements.
·Capturing and modelling the As-Is Activity Swimlane Process Models at an appropriate level of granularity to undertake SWOT analysis.
·Defining modular To-Be BPMN process models to address the threats and exploit opportunities.