Job Title: Non-Clinical Business Analyst (Healthcare Industry)
Location: London Bridge, with flexibility to work from home
Supporting one of our key customers in Central London, you will be joining our energised and focussed Project delivery team to support a high profile programme that will result in a new hospital being built in the UK.
The success of the project is dependent on the Information Technology departments of two organisations to combine expertise and knowledge in order to provide a Service that bridges seamlessly across clinical systems and infrastructure to uphold the duty of care that our customer has for its Patients.
The role will gather and understand business requirements and ideas; consistently translate ideas and requirements into clearly articulated (and standard) definitions; and ensure that approved projects remain on track to meet our requirements, align with strategy and realise the expected value
Strong business analysis skills (e.g. the ability to map and capture / define processes) are therefore essential.
The role will work on a number of significant potential and active projects at any given time, so the ability to elicit and convey the essential aspects of a proposed change for clear, sensible decision-making and delivery are therefore essential.
A good understanding of project management techniques, methods and tools is also desirable.
Accountabilities of the Business Analyst include:
- Elicit and manage business requirements across a variety of significant projects and programmes.
- Assist with the production of business cases, e.g. identifying costs, benefits, impacts and risks
- Produce and maintain clear, quality documentation that accurately, comprehensively and consistently captures and articulates requirements, for example business requirements definitions, requirements catalogues and process maps.
- Ensure that solutions will meet business requirements and that the expected benefits and value are captured, understood, tracked and realised.
- Design, prepare and facilitate stakeholder workshops
- Develop key relationships across the firm to understand and improve business processes
The successful Business Analyst will be able to demonstrate:
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group, including executives, managers, and subject matter experts
- Solid, practical understanding of project management techniques, methods and tools is desirable.
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio is essential.
- Solid understanding of the following Requirements models: Stakeholder Categories, Non-functional requirements, Configuration requirements, Gap Analysis, Actor Tables, Glossary, Context Diagram, Data Model, Class Model, Data Dictionary, Event Response Tables, State Diagrams, Business Rules, Decision Tables, Process Maps, Use Cases, and Activity Diagrams
- Professionally recognised qualifications in relation to business analysis (e.g. ISEB)
- Educated to a degree standard or equivalent.
- Comfortable and experienced in manipulating large amounts of Data using Excel
As well as being able to start work at short notice, it is imperative that you have demonstrable experience of supporting IT change across a large, complex organisation, where resilience and robustness is paramount in the delivery of successful technology outcomes.
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