My Client is a public sector client in Dublin 2 and they are looking for a Business Analyst. They are looking for someone with 2-3 years max who can grow within the company. Salary is ball park 45-50k
The Business Analyst will proactively engage in a structured manner with internal customers to:
o Understand business process needs and how they can be delivered
o Report regularly and update on progress of initiatives
o Share information on potential methods and technologies to support organisation performance
o Manage relationships with, and deliverable of external parties
The Business Analyst will act as Project Manager when required, with responsibility to deliver on assigned projects, managing the full project lifecycle.
A minimum of 2 years’ relevant business analysis experience, with in-depth working knowledge of business analysis techniques (e.g., requirements workshops, mapping techniques, surveys etc.)
Diploma or degree in Business studies
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