|Location:||Ultimo, New South Wales|
|Salary:||AU$600 - AU$685 per day + Superannuation|
Our client requires an enthusiastic and experienced Business Analyst to assist with the implementation component of a new Student Management System (SMS). The ideal candidate will focus on the planning, analysing, designing and supporting development of the interfaces required to support the new system.
This project is a major high-profile Modernisation project that will ultimately facilitate the main system for end-users and students. More information will be provided during the phone screening stage of the process.
-Investigate Business operation requirements using a range of tools including interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, surveys, site visits, business process descriptions, scenarios, business analysis, and task and workflow analysis.
-Identify and interview relevant customers and stakeholders across the organisation who may have an interest in, or be affected by, the problem or solution.
- Evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts, deconstruct information into more easily accessible details, abstract up from low-level information to a more general understanding, and distinguish user desires from the underlying true needs of the business units.
-Assist with the preparation of procurement documentation including tenders and requests for information in line with procurement policies.
- Thorough proven experience working with methodologies, workshops, business processes and techniques within large-scale integration projects
- 5+ years in end-to-end Business Analyst roles working in complex IT environments
- Ability to work effectively across a number of IT systems and projects simultaneously
- Strong knowledge the fundamental duties of an end-to-end Business analyst role
- Ability to confidently engage in effective stakeholder management
- Outstanding communication skills via written, verbal and presentation
- A deep understanding of what the project requires and how to solve the issues associated