Business analyst - Business Case approval**
Financial cost and benefits modelling
Business case review
My Client, a huge Government cluster, are looking for a Junior Business analyst to help facilitate two big business case reviews worth over 100m each and make sure they're successful and accepted across the board. Beyond this are more business cases to be reviewed across the business.
This will require excellent financial modelling skills outlining benefits and risks, as well as strong stakeholder engagement and management skills both internally and externally, especially with articulation of these new technological changes within the business.
This is a great opportunity to join a well revered government organisation and deliver a series of programs which will have a wider positive social impact.
Please apply with an updated CV or directly send to firstname.lastname@example.org
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