Business Analyst

Redgate is looking for a Business Analyst to join CORE Services, Redgate’s internal IT department. You will play a key part in Agile project teams, helping to shape and deliver strategic projects to the rest of the business.

Reporting to the Project Delivery Manager, you’ll work with project stakeholders to understand the issues they face, gather requirements and convert them into user stories to assist the team in implementing the solutions. You will act as one of the main liaisons between project teams and users, championing the users’ needs throughout.

You will also undertake third-party vendor research and analysis, as well as constructing business cases for implementing change (whether change of technology, process, business structure etc.)

Now is an exciting time to be joining CORE Services as a Business Analyst. Over the next few months and years, CORE will be leading several of the company’s most important strategic projects, delivering crucial insight and capabilities to the rest of Redgate. Business Analysis is only growing in importance in the department, and our BA practices are constantly evolving. Upon joining the team, you will have a key role to play in both delivering those projects, and pushing the evolution of Business Analysis at Redgate.

To apply, simply upload your CV and covering letter or get in touch if you’d like to talk to us first.

What makes you Red Gate’s next Business Analyst?

  • Strong experience as a Business Analyst, or other relevant industry experience
  • Strong experience working in Agile teams of some description
  • Experience of a range of both ‘IT solutions’ and ‘people and process’ projects
  • Focussed on delivering value to users
  • Superb analytical skills
  • Proven ability to provide insight and understanding for complex technical and business problems
  • Excellent communication and consensus building skills
  • Able to work independently to tackle complex problems
  • Ability to correlate ideas from a variety of sources and make informed decisions
  • Strong, creative problem solving skills with a strong desire to drive projects forward
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic
  • Flexible and approachable
  • Reliable and trustworthy

What would help?

  • Holding the BCS diploma in Business Analysis, or equivalent qualification, would be advantageous

What’s the package?

  • A great benefits package
  • A commitment to your continuous learning and development
  • Salary is £45k – £55k, depending on experience
  • You’ll work about 40 hours a week, with flexible work time
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