|Job Title:||Senior Business Analyst|
|Type:||Fixed Term Contract for 24 months|
|Salary:||Up to £60,000 depending on experience with great benefits|
|Job Description PDF :||View Description|
The CAA's Portfolio consists of a diverse and interesting group of programmes and projects. Examples of projects within the Portfolio include those which relate to airspace and technologies such as space, cyber and drones. There are many projects which are required to implement changes in regulation, some of which are complex and require working with a range of subject matter experts in the aviation industry. As a result, the Business Architecture and Analysis Team is growing and expanding its capabilities.
As a Senior Business Analyst, you'll report to the Project Managers supporting the delivery of various projects using robust BA activities being managed through both waterfall and agile methods.
You'll be responsible for facilitating analysis of current-state and future-state process and capabilities to establish gaps and to identify and link appropriate business requirements.
You'll act as an ambassador for the Portfolio Delivery Business Analysis practice working closely with Product Managers, the business change team, workstream leads and many other key stakeholders.
As an experienced BA, you'll have worked at a senior level in a variety of organisations and perhaps in a consultancy role; having been fully responsible for the completion of the Business and User Requirements on IT and business change projects, that completed successfully.
Ideally, you'll have played an active role in enhancing a business analysis practice and / or have acted as a business architect to deliver strategic initiatives spending your time engaging with internal and external customer.
The following experience and skills will be essential in this role:
• have a detailed understanding of the business analysis and business architecture roles using a range of models, including Agile, Waterfall, and TOGAF;
• experience in delivering large-scale and enterprise-wide solutions;
• ability to engage and work with relevant technical teams to understand the solution and adherence to requirements;
• ability to effectively communicate technical concepts to non-technical staff within the business;
• hold an enterprise view of the organisation and can identify synergies across change initiatives, ideally acting as a business architect.
• Experience of developing a Business Analysis practive
• Good knowledge of data analysis and data modelling, IT and non-IT
• Excellent knowledge of process change i.e. LEAN methodology, continuous improvement, Six Sigma
Please note that this role will be primarily based in Gatwick. Some travel to the London office may be required, this is currently in Holborn but will be moving to Canary Wharf early next year.
Interview Date: w/c 13th August 2018
Working with us
The CAA is committed to smarter working arrangements and will consider all applications.
We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition. The CAA embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity.
|Closing Date:||10th August 2018|
This position is now closed and no longer accepting applications.
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