Our client, a large utilities organisation, is currently seeking to fill a number of Business Analyst roles focussed on the delivery of project briefs and business cases for a pipeline of planned ICT projects. The successful candidates will work within an Agile environment to undertake an essential role in gaining approval for these projects to proceed.
This is an initial 4 month contract role commencing in early March, based in Brisbane Western suburbs.
- Innovatively solve business problems and assist the delivery of minimum viable products using an agile approach
- Business Analysis Planning such as:
- Business Analysis Approach (which tools & techniques will be used for Requirements Elicitation, Approvals etc.)
- Stakeholder Analysis (i.e. RACI Model)
- Work Breakdown of all activities, work estimation to feed into the Project Schedule
- Elicit, analyse and critically challenge the business need or business problem using techniques such as SWOT Analysis and Root Cause Analysis
- Conduct investigations for high level strategy and feasibility studies
- Prepare business cases which define potential benefits, options for achieving the benefits and associated business risks
- Develop requirements to communicate the business need including:
- Requirements elicitation (interviews, workshops, observation and surveys)
- Requirements documentation (e.g. Business or Stakeholder Requirements Documents or User Stories)
- Requirements prioritisation (e.g. MoSCoW)
- Requirements traceability
- Translate requirements into a language which can be understood by the intended solution providers or technology teams including:
- To-Be and As-Is Business Process Modelling (BPMN)
- Use Cases and Use Case diagrams
- Context Diagrams
- Prototyping, mock-ups and wireframes
- Prepare briefing material and regular performance reports for key stakeholders
Key Selection Criteria:
- Experience in interpreting and communicating customer requirements through developing detailed documentation of business requirements, business process modelling and business cases
- Minimum 5 years' experience as a Business Analyst within a ICT project delivery team environment
- Experience working as a Business Analyst in an Agile project
- Strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to clearly communicate technical information in a clear manner
- High level interpersonal skills, including the ability to influence and negotiate and proven ability to build and maintain strong relationships
- Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team on major projects
- High level of initiative with ability to work on and deliver multiple projects simultaneously within specified timeframes
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below quoting Ref No. 4A/19483. Should you wish to discuss further please contact Kylie Graham on 07 3258 8380.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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