Business Analyst/Enfield/Up to £50,000 + £6,000 Car Allowance + 10% Bonus
You will be working as a Business Analyst for a very well renowned Construction company.
They're a family run organisation with decade's worth of construction experience, and have been involved in some very high profile projects over the years.
They're a people-first organisation, with a real focus on employee welfare and career progression, which is why they have an incredibly low staff turnover rate.
As their IT Business Analyst you will be working in their Property Maintenance division. You will play a key role in ensuring that their applications suite is up to scratch, including assisting in the migrations away from legacy systems, implementing new processes, continually seeking improvement, and working with Stakeholders to ensure change happens. You will also act as the middleman between the Tech team and the wider business- translating requirements into non-technical language and providing training.
This will suit a Business Analyst with strong experience working within IT, ideally with regards to Systems and Applications. A good focus on project delivery is also required.
Work with Internal Stakeholders to identify business requirements/opportunities
Work with IT and external suppliers to design, test and implement suitable solutions
Manage requirements throughout the lifecycle
Plan and manage analysis tasks throughout projects, using best practice tools to elicit document, analyse and validate functional and non-functional requirements
What will you get in return?
Salary up to £50,000
£6,000 Car allowance
Flexible working- 33% Office based with the rest from home
What to do next:
If you are interested click apply now to forward me an up to date copy of your CV
Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business