Business Analyst - £40-46k - Newcastle City Centre

Business Analyst

Ref: 323Wednesday 6 January 2021

£40-46k

Tired of working on boring projects? Always fancied working on several different projects across a ton of different industries?
 
If so, this could be the role for you.
 
This BA position is the first of its kind, so you’ll have the opportunity to showcase your skills and lead from the front.
 
This company will provide you with the opportunity to work with an impressive client portfolio such as BBC, Hitachi, Sage, Northumberland Water and OK!.
Projects include bespoke Websites, mobile and cloud based software.
 
Interested? Read on.
 
The Company
 
They are an award-winning software and technology consultancy that strive on understanding and solving the needs of their clients.
 
A vibrant team of around 30 professionals that is spread across product, web development, analysis, UX design, testing and platform engineering with big plans of further expansion in 2021.
 
The Role
 
As a BA, you’ll help to improve the organisation’s processes, services and systems by conducting research and using data analytics to determine requirements and develop solutions.
 
Benefits
 
22 days’ annual leave, plus bank holidays.
Flexible working hours so you can start as late as 10am and finish as early as 4pm
Opportunities for career progression.
Training and development programme.
Free eye tests
Cycle to work scheme.
 
What you’ll need to have
 
Extensive experience in Agile and Waterfall project methodologies
At least a minimum of 3 year’s experience working within a similar BA position
Previously worked with Azure DevOps, Atlassian Jira and Confluence.
Facilitating workshops with internal and client stakeholders.
Confident communicator with the ability to present to senior stakeholders
 
 
Next Steps
 
To find out more about this role and company please apply via this ad.
 
Alternatively, get in touch with Aoife at Hainton: 01642 271428 / aoife@hainton.net 
 
Don’t worry if your CV isn’t up to date, we can deal with that later.