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Senior Business Analyst - Public Sector (Construction)

  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: £400 - £550 per day + Remote Working (inside IR35) per day
  • Job Type:Temp / FTC / Interim

Posted 13 days ago

  • Sector: Public Practice
  • Contact: Louise Gapp
  • Contact Email:
  • Duration: 3-6 months
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 17 December 2021
  • Job Ref: PHBAD_1637166692

Our Public Sector client who are currently working on a large scale construction programme to build europes biggest scientific hub and research centre, are looking for a Senior Business Analyst. You will ensure that structures are put in place and aligned with service vision and business strategy, contributing to the link between current and future business models and delivering to the business architecture. The post holder will challenge constructively and act as a critical friend to achieve solutions that are fit for purpose. They will facilitate collaboration and lead effective communication with all stakeholders to support design, build and delivery to meet the user needs. Ideally you will come from a public sector programme background or have worked on programmes relating to pharma/scientific/health/construction. You will need to be resillient and adaptable and be able to manage high volume requirements, build structure and processes - including business process engineering and modelling (to include physical space) and come from a fast paced project or programme environment.


Requirement Gathering - Drive the research and gathering of business requirements against those articulated for the project determining the need and value of performing the activity based on the context.

Process Modelling - If required, employ a range of tools and techniques to map "As-Is" and "To-Be" business processes.

Gap Analysis - Evaluate requirements against the present state (where we are) and the target state (where we want to be) identifying opportunities to develop successful business requirements needed to make the transition.

Impact Analysis - Analyse the potential consequences of a change and estimate what needs to be modified to accomplish that change and focus on scoping changes within the details of the overall project design identifying potential stakeholders.

Benefit Analysis - Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of identified benefits analysis and lead on identifying business-related actions that will assist with project delivery.

Stakeholder management and engagement - Engage with business owners, business change leads and users to ensure delivery of common purpose.

Facilitation - Work with business owners and business users to identify needs.

System Analysis - Coordinate the work of systems analysis to ensure business needs are translated into solutions against identified time lines and work with technical leads to ensure business needs are translated into the technical solutions.

Assurance and Quality - Apply recognised methodologies; audit test and quality gates.

Traceability - Ensure the delivery of change is made against a fully auditable process.

Business Improvement - Coordinate the work with Business Improvement teams and the identification of BAU enhancements and their solutions to ensure that defined project benefits are delivered.

Business Solution Design - Engage with policy and strategy to ensure business systems, workflows and processes contribute to target operating model.

Delivery Products, Tools and Documentation - Ensure the delivery of change is made against a fully auditable process by producing/assisting with frameworks; application of methodologies; operating model/ target operating model; functional specification; user cases; user stories; UAT plans and strategy; entry/exit and /or no/no go criteria; defect analysis; forms and templates; guidance; business case.