Business Analyst

Business Analyst

Ref: 422Thursday 14 October 2021

£35k-£40k

We’re recruiting Business Analysts to work for an employee owned Digital Transformation business.

Working here, you’ll work to deliver business analysis, requirements analysis and systems analysis for national-scale projects.


The company

A highly successful, Leeds based, digital transformation consultancy that were founded in 1999.

They have a fast growth trajectory with a growing reputation of delivering large-scale, operational critical solutions.

They have just over 100 employees – around 15 of which are Business Analysts.

They’re employee owned with a strong values-led culture.


Employee owned

The people that work here own 75% of the business, giving them a vested interest in their success.

Typically, employee-owned businesses are more productive, more innovative and more resilient.


Projects

They work on projects in the health, retail, wealth and finance sectors.

They’ve completed projects for the likes of the NHS, Morrisons and Center Parcs.



Working hours / remote option

They operate a common-sense, hybrid approach.

In short, you can work from home as often as you like providing you don’t have to be in the office.

Their offices are in Central Leeds with free parking on-site.

The working hours are 37.5 hours per week and you have the flexibility to start anytime between 7:30 – 9:30.


Benefits

  • The holiday entitlement upon joining is 25 days (this increases with service)
  • You can also buy or sell up to 3 days of holidays
  • A 10% bonus
  • Pension contributions up to 5% when you contribute 5%
  • Life assurance
  • Quarterly company events (includes social event)
  • Regular tech catch ups/hack events
  • Attend technology events together
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Green Car Lease Scheme
  • Online learning subscription 
  • After 12 months you’ll own a share of the company
  • Employee Assistance Programme


Required experience

To be successful in this role you will have the following experience / skills:

 

  • Experience in Business Analysis, Requirements Analysis and Systems Analysis
  • Experience working in a highly technical environment with complex, national architectural components
  • Understand data flows / data management, data systems; ideally have worked within a dataflow programme
  • Excellent planning, organizational, and time management skills
  • Excellent documentation skills
  • Fundamental analytical and conceptual thinking skills
  • High level of communication and stakeholder management skills
  • Functional requirements gathering, able to extract requirements, user requirements, user stories / journeys



How to apply

If you think the above looks of interest, please apply via this advert and/or send a copy of your CV to tom@hainton.com

Don’t worry if your CV isn’t up to date, we can sort that out later.