Infrastructure Business Analyst
Peoplebank Canberra are currently on the lookout for a professional who can work across multiple projects you will be responsible for systems and stakeholder analysis, requirements gathering and documentation and release management required to support project delivery.
You will be a motivated, organised self-starter with well-developed problem-solving skills and the ability to work in a large, complex and often demanding fast pace environment.
You will have demonstrated experience in stakeholder management, co-ordination and release management with a strong understanding of technical risk management concepts.
You have extensive experience with change release management in both an infrastructure and application deployment context; including hands-on coordination of change implementations.
You will be capable of mentoring junior and mid-level staff to assist in development of skills and capability within the Department.
What Our Client Needs From You!
- Proven experience as a Technical (Infrastructure) Business Analyst within large ICT projects.
- Formal industry certification (practitioner) in either project management or business analysis or tertiary equivalent.
- Strong stakeholder engagement and management skills.
- Well-developed written and verbal communication skills.
- The ability to obtain source data form technical teams, analyst and present in a digestible manner to support informed decision making around migration of applications, decision around solution capacity and asset and CI management and disposal.
- Ability to navigate change and release process including assessment and mitigation of risk, co-ordination of technical teams and management of technology deployments and associated quality assurance activities such as technical and business verification testing.
- Working knowledge of HP service manager.
- Practical knowledge of Agile concepts and methodologies such as SRCUM.
- Demonstrated experience on database migration projects.
- Demonstrated experience on application migration projects.
If you would like to receive more information regarding this opportunity then please reach out to us directly by contacting Joe Pivac on 02 6245 1705 or 0478 093 121 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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