My Dublin based Financial services client is looking for an experienced E2E BA to join the team on a contract basis.
The Business Analyst role is responsible for design and delivering projects, from initiation to close, which meet agreed business and technical objectives within time, cost and quality standards
•Ensure that we have a clear set of underpinning benefits derived from E2E transformation efforts that they translate into quantifiable opportunities for revenue uplift / cost reduction that can be assigned and owned by divisional P&L owners.
•Support in the creation of all E2E related business cases (e.g. establishing value proposition, strategic fit, feasibility, cost benefit analysis).
•Performs root cause analysis aimed toward eliminating source of product problems from business environment
•Uses Lean and Six Sigma tools to solve complex product problems, satisfy critical to quality customer requirements and eliminate waste.
•Performs process pilots or simulations to determine organizational impact of potential changes.
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