Web Business Analyst
- Immediate Start | Canberra Location
- Initial contract for 6 months
- Australian Citizens
Finite is an Australian owned award-winning independent ICT recruitment company that currently supplies to many of the country's largest banks, telecommunications, commercial and State and Federal Government organisations. Finite has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland and Wellington.
Finite is looking to engage a skilled and experienced Business Analyst here in Canberra to perform detailed requirements analysis, documenting processes and other activities dependent upon the project type.
The key responsibilities of the role include:
- Evaluating business processes, anticipating requirements, uncovering areas for improvement, and developing and implementing solutions.
- Leading ongoing reviews of business processes and developing optimization strategies.
- Elicit, manage and document requirements through stakeholder engagements such as meetings, workshops and working groups.
- Effectively communicating your insights and plans to cross-functional team members and management.
- Serving as a liaison between users, stakeholders and technical teams.
- Managing competing resources and priorities.
The successful applicant would be required to have:
- Experience in the development of ICT and Web projects
- Highly developed analytical and conceptual thinking skills.
- The ability to influence stakeholders and work closely with them to determine acceptable solutions.
- A good foundation in the technical skills and knowledge base required for implementing ICT projects using cloud service models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) as well as traditional on-premise applications.
- Excellent document management skills.
- Experience creating detailed reports and giving presentations.
- Excellent planning, organizational, and time management skills.
How to apply:
Please hit the apply button or email your resume and for more information contact Sinthu at the Finite Group on 02 6243 6415.
Finite actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.