Job ID 311562
Be-IT are delighted to be in the position to offer Business Analysts who have previous experience of working closely with Data and BI teams the opportunity to join one of Scotlands true success stories who have global brands easily recognised by all.
To support the delivery of the Global Business Intelligence Strategy in both a consistent and scalable manner.
Assist in the formation of requirements, detailed specifications and changes to reporting requirements and associated business processes.
Complete analysis of requirements ensuring it is fully defined, well understood and will deliver the business requirement, clearly highlighting business process and data issues and changes required.
Work with business representatives to ensure there is a clear plan to deliver business / data changes to enable delivery of the proposed change.
Assist in the completion of specification documentation in line with requirements and communicate these requirement to the Business Intelligence (BI) team.
Build expected results models to be used to test the developed solution.
Responsible for management reporting packs maintenance and changes via Assyst or the Governance process.
Develop acceptance criteria guidance and input for test scripts, ensure scenarios cover key business activities and variations.
Help to co-ordinate UAT execution, validating any defect impacts and actions to address and ensure testing is fully signed off by project, BI team and business before being released.
Build and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring cross-functional working and that all required documentation is complete and in line with Be-IT's Clients approved document templates.
Demonstrate behaviours in line with our Clients diversity and inclusion aim, which is to create and promote a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas, differences and views are respected and where all employees are encouraged to create their own personal legacy.
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