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Business Analyst - Change
Business Analyst required for a 2 month contract based in Bristol.
Working inside of IR35 for a well-established Public Sector organisation, you will take a lead role on the business analysis work across various change projects which are focused on enhancing customer experience and improving the way the client deliver services. The work involves re-designing the customer pathways, by developing improved business processes, enabled by better digital & IT solutions.
The successful candidate will primarily work in Agile project teams alongside other analysts, project managers, IT professionals, and business colleagues from a wide range of services.
The successful candidate will have significant business analysis experience with a focus on business change and process re-design as well as technology change, and the ability to adapt your skills to a wide range of different service areas and business challenges. As well as strong analytical ability, we'll expect the successful candidate to demonstrate excellent communication and people skills to successfully engage colleagues and customers and ensure change is embedded.
This role is to start ASAP and will pay between £300 - £375 Umbrella / deemed Ltd per day depending on your level of experience.
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