Business Analyst - Divestment Project

Location:
London
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Business Transformation
Job reference:
BBBH145681_1633960989
Posted:
6 days ago

Divestment Business Analyst
Location: Hybrid working, some limited travel to Norwich or London site.
We are actively looking to secure a Business Analyst to join Experis as one of our expert consultants, delivering services to our clients.
Experis Consultancy is a Global entity with a well-established team with over 1000 consultants on assignment across 20 clients globally. Our UK operation is growing and has very aggressi...

Divestment Business Analyst
Location: Hybrid working, some limited travel to Norwich or London site.
We are actively looking to secure a Business Analyst to join Experis as one of our expert consultants, delivering services to our clients.
Experis Consultancy is a Global entity with a well-established team with over 1000 consultants on assignment across 20 clients globally. Our UK operation is growing and has very aggressive plans for expansion over the coming years. We form part of the Manpower group of companies that turn over $20 billion a year collectively.
Experis UK have partnerships with major clients across the UK spanning multiple industries; our approach is a very personal one, with both our clients and our own employees. We are passionate about training, technology and career development.
The Role The role will be working on a Divestment project, working with divested markets to create separation plans for Hosting, Software, Networks and Desktops.
  • Preferable to have experience on M&A or divestment projects, worked globally or with different cultures, IT project experience is essential
  • Expectation to be able to work from first principles without close management
  • Requirements and scope capture
  • Service definition and treatment options
  • Work hand in glove with the market (who in turn will be working with the acquirer)
  • Very deadline driven piece of work - with tight deadlines already committed by acquirers and markets
  • Utilise Agile methodologies, agreed within the wider multi-disciplinary team.
  • Lead workshops, interviews, focus groups and other techniques to effectively understand the business problems and user needs.
  • Translate the business problem and user needs into a set of detailed requirements for the solution that align to best practice methodology, with the appropriate use of epics, features, user stories and defined acceptance criteria.
  • Manage stakeholder relationships, ensuring alignment across business and technical stakeholders. Ensure issues and risks raised are resolved in an appropriate manner.
  • Communicate effectively across both technical and business stakeholders, ensuring the understanding of requirements and acceptance criteria is aligned.
  • Understand business processes and activities that impact and that are impacted by the product or service. Selecting the appropriate best practice techniques to model business processes, existing and new, in order to achieve consensus.
  • As part of the modelling process, work to identify potential process improvements, considering risks, issues and benefits.
  • Support in the production of business cases, this includes market analysis from a technical and non-technical point of view and producing cost/benefit analysis for proposed solutions.
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