Do you have an interest in Travel, Engineering and Data?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Accreditation Analyst to join a team of 8 analysts within the rail industry. You will be responsible for accrediting each new Ticketing Issuing System used in the Rail industry.
Role will include:
- Defining and documenting changes to functional specifications and processes.
- Analysing TIS specifications and specifying changes to supplier testing to prove the integrity and conformance of a software
- Supporting testing, test planning and change management including reviewing of test material to provide assurance of suitable coverage of business processes and supporting all phases of testing and pilots.
- Through the use of the internal systems generate and maintain records of testing and issues arising. Produce and issue documentation supporting the accreditation process.
- Defining changes to processes and procedures ensuring all users are aware of the changes that impact them, reviewing documentation from suppliers for TIS changes & to ensure implemented changes meet RSP's requirements for probity of settlement and that changes between systems are consistent.
- Monitoring TIS Suppliers' progress against development plans, accreditation plans and implementation of TIS versions
- analyse technical processes, proposals and identify risks,
- Systems analysis and design experience in implementing EPOS or financial systems and accrediting system changes against documentation would be an advantage
- Good working knowledge of Word and Excel are essential, whilst a working knowledge of other Microsoft office products, html and xml would be desirable.
Huntress does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation.
Huntress acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.