Technical Product Analyst

Required IT Ltd
United Kingdom
25 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client, a dynamic London Based technology innovator requires a talented Technical Product Analyst to work on several of their cutting-edge technology products. This is a great opportunity to work on a variety of exciting projects including an emerging e-commerce platform, data-integration platform and authentication platform for mobile apps. This opportunity brings with it learning's and innovation in the areas of big data (visual analytics), Business intelligence, Fashion product lifecycle management and semantic search. Responsibilities: - Ability to work with stakeholders and gather requirements - Ability to product project specification documents and/or story backlogs - Ability to break features / requirements into stories (vertical & horizontal); - Manage and groom the product backlog (list of features to be developed) - Ability to write acceptance criteria for each all story's - Ability to work with developers to estimate the stories and take them through the requirements - Management of day - day delivery activities and reporting on progress (think sprint planning and reporting) - Work to prioritise features with stakeholders and understand dependencies - Ability to convert business requirements into functional and non-functional requirements Required Skills: - Good understand of web based applications - Experience with data and analytics product is a must - Should have understanding of reporting and how data products work - Has a good understanding of technology and can work alongside developers - Basic knowledge of infrastructure, websites, caching and security Nice To Have: - Experience with products like Tableau, Domo - Experience with databases and big data technologies - Experience with data reporting Unfortunately we can only respond to successful applicants. Required IT operate as an employment agency, employment business and are an equal opportunities employer.
This job was originally posted as