Technical Business & Systems Analyst - Legal/Insurance
£350 - £390 Per Day
£350 to £390 per day (6 month FTC)
My client, a legal Insurance services company is looking for a Technical Business Analyst/Systems Analyst for a 6 month FTC to help push an exciting project to completion and to help complete the firms ongoing development of a Case Management System used across multiple departments
The company are the leading providers of legal and handling services to the UK general insurance sector. Currently they provide specialist services to 12 of the UK's 20 largest motor insurers in areas such as counter fraud, costs, credit hire, defendant services, large & complex injury and recoveries.
Purpose of the role and its primary objectives
To help the project transition to an agile delivery model in line with current software development best practices (Scrum/Kanban; continuous delivery).
To provide hands-on delivery by efficiently and accurately translating business needs into requirements for the technical delivery teams, in-line with agreed practices.
To provide hands-on support and mentoring to advance the skills of other business analysts promoting the sharing of full SDLC and technical knowledge and adoption of analysis practices through mentoring.
Be able to hit the ground running utilising skills gained over a minimum of 5 years' experience on software development projects
In-house development of a Case Management System (preferred)
Working with senior business partners and technical teams to translate requirements into epics, feature sets, and user stories.
Strong knowledge of analysis techniques and the ability to produce accurate artefacts for technical delivery teams (user stories, activity diagrams, process flows, entity relationships, as-is, to-be)
Full SDLC experience using both agile and waterfall methodologies
Strong knowledge of Agile requirements management, including prioritisation techniques and user story creation (definitions of done and ready, acceptance criteria, dependencies etc)
Practical experience of agile ceremonies (planning, scrum, review, retrospective)
Strong management of stakeholder relationships, including proven communication and influencing skills and demonstrable skills in presenting information effectively
Excellent accountability, problem solving and conflict management techniques.
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Posted 9 days ago