Business Analyst/Project Manager

Recruiter
Hudson
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£35,000 per annum
Posted
03 Sep 2017
Closes
22 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
The Role

As the Business Analyst/Project Manager you will work closely with project & software teams to collect requirements & develop a solution that meet the business requirements

Responsibilities

Analyse project requirements
Be able to communicate effectively with internal stakeholders and help ensure the data is analysed and provide fact based ideas and solutions
Project Management of all scheduled projects, maintain projects RAIDS and prepare project documentation such as cost models, business cases and PID
Working towards a delivered solution which is in line with the business requirement
Work to agreed objectives and timeframes

Requirements

Must have experience of RAID & PID, this is a change project so previous exposure to change processes would be ideal
Experience of working to tight deadlines & the ability to work as part of a team
You will be working closely with internal & external stakeholders therefore effective communication is key
Be able to translate requirements into user stories within an agile environment
Must have worked closely with stakeholders such as IT Services and Project Teams

Benefits

Salary dependant on experience £35000 - £40000K + Benefits (Holidays, flexible working, pension and bonus)
Ideal for someone who is looking for a step up and progress their career

Business Analyst, Project Manager, agile, RAID, PID, change software development life cycle, Birmingham

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