Senior Business Analyst
Excellent long-term opportunity for a Senior Business Analyst
Up to $848/day including super | Government role based in Brisbane
Contract until February 2020 | Large, dynamic program of work
As Senior Business Analyst, you will assist clients with the articulation of high level business needs in relation to information systems and information technology processes specific to the project. You will have demonstrated successful and extensive business analysis experience, ideally within government and the Health industry.
This is a 2-year contract opportunity paying up to $848/day including super, based in inner suburbs of Brisbane.
Your key responsibilities:
- Apply strong business modelling skills that allow a current process to be analysed and the ability to put recommendations together to improve process efficiency and quality
- Facilitate requirements gathering workshops
- Documentation of 'as is' and 'to be' business processes, utilising BPMN.
- Documentation of requirements and specifications
- Produce recommendations related to proposed solutions
- Input to and review solution design documents
- Use strong interpersonal communication to negotiate, establish and maintain networks and working relationships with team members, clients and stakeholders.
- Contribute to the delivery of ICT projects by effectively participating in project planning sessions, team meetings, risk and issue workshops and management.
- Provide ethical decision making in the achievement of organisational goals and act in accordance and ensure compliance with workplace health and safety, equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination requirements.
- Demonstrated experience working on complex information technology and business process re-engineering projects.
- Demonstrated experience working on health surveillance information systems.
- Proven experience with facilitating workshops with business stakeholders and users to perform analysis around key areas of opportunity, development of applicable business cases, and for requirements gathering.
- Ability to write and design sophisticated current and future state business process documentation (utilising BPMN), and production of system and business requirements documentation.
- Ability to work with Business Units, Project Managers, ICT Specialists, and across project teams responsible for ICT delivery and services.
Our key selection criteria:
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below quoting Ref No. 4A/15678. For any enquiries, please contact Kylie Graham 07 3258 8380.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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