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Junior Business Analyst

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  • Job type Permanent
  • Reference BBBH122568

Junior Business Analyst - Hybrid Working (Derby/Home)

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Junior business analyst to join a dynamic, fast paced, business on a transformation journey. As Junior Business Analyst, you'll be part of a small team (less than 5) BAs and will get to work on a variety of large-scale projects mainly focused on standardising business processes, and implementing and integrating new systems.

Working within the technology function, your role will require the ability to work with business and technology teams, so it's important you have previous experience of working in and around tech functions.

Your role will include:

determining operational objectives by studying business functions; gathering information; evaluating output requirements and formats

Constructing workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities; writing specifications

Improving systems by studying current practices; designing modifications

Map workflows, data flows, user journeys & create technical maps

Define project requirements by identifying project milestones, phases, and elements; forming a project team; establishing a project budget

Understand and communicate the financial and operational impact of any changes

Suggest changes to senior management using analytics to support recommendations. Actively participate in the implementation of approved changes

Conduct insightful, ad hoc analyses to investigate ongoing or one-time operational issues

The ideal candidate for this role will be someone with some business analysis experience, who's looking for their next career move. You won't necessarily be a seasoned BA, but you'll have the basics of the job covered and you'll be looking to progress and get involved in interesting project / transformation. You'll be really personable able to build rapport with a range of stakeholders and have the ability to work autonomously.


To apply, pease send your cv to Helen Miller.