Business Analyst

Ref No. EMP504298
Salary £600 - £700/day
Location London, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (4 months)
Job Status Not Specified


Business Analyst required for a 4 month contract based in London (WFH at present) - up to £700 per day.


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The Job

Business Analyst required for a 4 month contract based in London (WFH at present) - up to £700 per day.

Working inside of IR35 for a high-profile organisation, as Business Analyst you will undertake the following responsibilities:

  • Analyse and design the "to-be" business processes in a system context.
  • Set up and maintain the Requirements and Traceability deliverable.
  • Participate in transitioning the requirements and use cases to the designers, and ensure a clear and complete understanding of the requirements.
  • Assist in translating requirements and use cases into system design, test conditions and expected results for product, performance, user acceptance, and operational acceptance testing.
  • Participate in quality management reviews in particular reviews of the designs, prototypes and other requirements work products to ensure they fulfill the requirements.
  • Serve as a liaison to the business community.
  • Participate in a user and task analysis to maintain the business community's perspective.

For this role you need to have the following experience:

  • Business Analysis / Functional Design experience Digital / eCommerce design Retail or Commerce experience

This role is to start ASAP and will pay between £600 - £700 per day Umbrella (inside of IR35) depending on your level of experience.

The rate quoted above is the Gross Umbrella rate (i.e. the rate we pay to the Umbrella company inclusive of ALL employment costs). Please note, the rate paid by the Umbrella will be less, as will a Limited Deemed rate or Agency PAYE rate. Please get in touch to discuss the rates via these different payment vehicles

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