IT Infrastructure Business Analyst

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  • salary:

    £450 – 550/day

  • Contact:

    Ciara Pimley

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  • published:

    about 2 years ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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Our client, a leading provider of cyber security technology, is currently on the market for an Infrastructure Business Analyst to work across a number of IT infrastructure focused projects including cloud migrations, server upgrades and relocations. The person selected will be responsible for gathering requirements and creating technical specifications across the business. The ideal candidate will have an in-depth understanding eliciting functional and non-functional requirements in a user story format. This is an opportunity to work on a number of projects in an expanding area of a globally recognised business.

Key Skills and Responsibilities

  • Understand, analyse and document business requirements
  • Build working processes around these and accommodate existing & potential new systems
  • Assess changes to confirm technical and commercial impact assessment
  • Analyse, document and work to Business Requirements Specifications standards
  • Develop and facilitate functional requirements use cases and workflows
  • Work in a logical and disciplined manner
  • Produce neat, dated, referenced and fully documented work which is easily checkable and can be followed up at a later date
  • Produce work within agreed timescales and effort targets
  • Ensure that all deliveries are fully reviewed prior to completion
  • Provide regular work in progress updates

What you need to be the successful Business Analyst:

  • Ability to communicate complex, technical ideas to a non-technical audience
  • Technically competent with MS Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Experience working both independently, as well as in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
  • Demonstrable ability to learn, understand, and apply new technologies
  • Be natural at building solid relationships across the business, gaining trust at all levels
  • Be confident in eliciting functional and non-functional requirements in a User Story format
  • Capture and validate acceptance criteria
  • Adapt your working style to cultural differences and styles
  • Confidently represent the business in their absence to ensure the project is kept on track
  • Experiences of creating clear and concise deliverables to ensure a successful project outcome first time
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills