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Business Analysts for Major Health Organisation

Job reference:
health-business-analysts
Location:
Various
Salary:
£300-£450/day day rate
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Sector:
Economics & Market Research, Operational Improvement, Project / Programme Mgt
Date posted:
13/09/2017
This vacancy has now expired.

Business Analysts for Major Health Organisation (UK) - UK wide requirement

 £400-£450/day contracts

Our client is the premier provider of health assessments in the UK, bringing a well-respected management team and an unparalleled reputation for quality. Founded in 2002,  they are one of the largest independent occupational health providers in the UK and currently serves approximately 450 private and public sector clients. Public sector clients include UK Central Government Departments, large Local Authorities, as well as Police and Fire Authorities. They are a recognized provider of health assessment services, which include health questionnaires, sickness absence referrals, pension appeals, and on-site health services. They are currently undergoing a major transformation and are looking for Business Analysts to join them for this work. 

Business Analyst

 

  • To work with key business stakeholders to define, document and re-engineer business processes. To support the development and analysis of business requirements, requests for change, and PMO projects as required
     
  • Form an effective communication bridge between Applications, Business Intelligence and technical teams to ensure requirements are scoped, defined and technical solutions are developed to meet business needs
  • Support the PMO & programme delivery teams in knowledge and skills in business analysist methods and approach
     
  • Lead the development of process & business requirements gathering to aid continuous improvement, service quality & business transformation initiatives

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Support the design, development & implementation of our primary occupational health in-house application across the full software development lifecycle
     
  • Lead the documenting of requirements in a structured manner including creating functional and process models of business activities & analysing their effectiveness against as-is and to-be models
     
  • Facilitate the flow of information and impact assessment that support the Change Board, Business Design Authority Group, PMO and IT teams in order to support prioritisation decisions, requests for change and project initiation requirements
     
  • Take the lead in process improvement projects working with business teams to uncover the root cause of issues and identify processes that will support sustainable improvement
     
  • Work closely with technical teams, project managers, stakeholders 3rd parties and vendors  to analyse, gather & document functional requirements in an AGILE environment working alongside business senior stakeholders, suppliers, 3rd parties and vendors within a matrix organisation
     
  • Lead improvement projects as agreed with the Programme Manager
  • Maintain liaison with technical teams to ensure delivery of technical solutions through to deployment, taking a lead role in user acceptance, defects management and change management.
     
  • Regular travel between HML sites as required

 

Key Competencies

 

  • Demonstrable background in a similar role delivering business and system process improvement projects in a large organisation
  • Experience across the full software development & project lifecycle including the ability to deliver processes & requirements in a complex matrix, multi-site & AGILE environment
  • Strong skills in process mapping, modelling, “as-is” & “to-be”, data flow diagrams, use cases etc
  • Ability to facilitate and lead business workshops working collaboratively to navigate & manage relationships with cross functional teams departments
  • Experience with either content management, workflows, MI or Database requirements will be a distinct advantage
  • A relevant qualification e.g. BCS or equivalent an advantage
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills – a collaborative style
  • Excellent organisational and planning skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of team
  • IT literate with a strong ability to analyse business information and  trends and document robust processes and requirements
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Please send your CV to richard@mindbench.co.uk

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