My client is a leading corporate firm in Dublin with over 700 staff working for them in Ireland. The manager is looking for a IT BA for a minimum of 6 months in Dublin City Centre.
The purpose of the IT Business Analyst (BA) role is to define and enable the implementation of key products, business capabilities and technologies spanning small and large change.
The BA is the liaison between business and IT functions, as well as our partners, to facilitate delivery of key projects. The BA plans, elicits, analyses and documents business and functional requirements in a challenging, time sensitive environment while also effectively managing the expectations of numerous, diverse, internal and external stakeholders. The BA must ensure that project requirements are captured and are fully understood, technically deliverable and do not exceed the baseline project scope, budget or time-to-market. The role will also require support for the Demand and BA Lead in facilitating the planning and execution of business change, managing the PMO Delivery plan and supporting the annual demand planning and budget prioritisation cycle.
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