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IT Business Analyst (Insurance)

  • Location: City of London
  • Salary: Up to £65000.00 per annum per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 25 days ago

  • Sector: Change & Transformation
  • Contact: Nathan Cumine
  • Contact Email:
  • Start Date: 25/08/2023
  • Expiry Date: 28 September 2023
  • Job Ref: JO0000013280_1693308425

Role Overview:

Join our client, a prominent player in the industry, as a Business Analyst within the Group IT team. Your role will be pivotal in ensuring successful project outcomes by connecting business units, development teams, and stakeholders. You will analyse processes, pinpoint gaps, and document improvements across diverse projects, contributing to the growth of our dynamic company.

Salary: Up to £65,000

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collect and analyse requirements using varied methodologies.
  • Plan and lead workshops, interviews, and prototyping sessions.
  • Develop and maintain requirements documentation.
  • Manage changes in scope and oversee UAT processes.
  • Facilitate stakeholder communication and conflict resolution.
  • Own product backlogs and collaborate closely with stakeholders.
  • Promote products internally and externally.
  • Ensure strict compliance with regulations and policies.
  • Maintain accurate records and uphold ethical standards.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • 3-5 years of experience as a business analyst in the insurance sector.
  • Proficiency in complex trading solutions.
  • Strong leadership in workshop facilitation.
  • Sound understanding of general insurance processes.
  • Familiarity with IT and enterprise architecture.
  • Experience with trading systems (a plus).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Project and Visio.
  • Adaptability to both waterfall and Agile environments.
  • Skilful stakeholder management with diplomacy.
  • Detail-oriented and effective communicator.
  • Relevant degree (e.g., Computing, IT, business).
  • Progress towards BCS Business Analysis Diploma.
  • Progress towards Chartered Insurance certification (desirable).