Posted on Nov 4, 2022 by Hays Specialist Recruitment
Digital & Technology Services at the University of Nottingham are currently involved in an ambitious digital modernisation programme across the university. The Education Administration Continuous Improvement Team (EACIT) was established in 2021 and brings together a diverse range of skills needed to develop and enhance the university's Master Student Record System, processes and associated services and bring about change that will deliver significant value to the university.
As a Business Analyst, you will get the opportunity to be involved in a range of exciting initiatives as part of digital modernisation programme, from the initial concept through to the final implementation - capturing, analysing, and documenting requirements, drawing up specifications and supporting delivery to ensure services are developed that align with the strategic goals of the programme and produce tangible benefits.
You will maintain close relationships with business stakeholders and will be expected to challenge expectations and question whether necessary success factors are in place prior to resources being committed.
- Experience of Business Analysis methodologies (eg, functional specifications, Use Cases, User Stories)
- Understanding of change programmes involving business process and organisational change
- Experience of working in Business Analysis and Functional Analysis teams, and implementing standard processes for Business Analysis and application management
- Strong communication skills and the ability to engage and persuade a range of stakeholders from across the university
- Ability to priorities and multi-task to effectively manage workload and meet key deadlines
- ISEB/BCS Business Analysis certifications are desirable but not essential
As an employer of choice, University of Nottingham offers an extensive benefits package including:
- A competitive salary package up to £43,414 per annum, depending on experience
- 30 days leave, 5 closure days + bank holidays
- Excellent pension scheme
- Flexible working
- Ongoing training and development
Hays Technology have been retained by the University of Nottingham to manage the recruitment of this role. For all enquiries, please contact Daniel Friedman at Hays Technology.