Salary: up to £50,000
At SoftSols we provide solutions to enable businesses to manage their assets, work, service requests, and people, whether they operate in Manufacturing, Healthcare, Facilities or Utilities. We have over 30 years' experience in delivering solutions that enable businesses to manage planned and reactive maintenance, inventory and purchase orders, schedule work requests and manage their people. With Agility, businesses can maximise their asset lifecycle, production uptime and delivery against SLAs.
There are exciting times ahead for SoftSols as we enter a new phase of investment and growth.
We are looking for a business analyst who will own and drive the process of eliciting and managing requirements for existing and new web and mobile applications. Your main responsibility will be to turn the initial product management input into a well-managed pipeline of properly fleshed out user stories, and to do so in a way that ensures that both technical and business perspectives are heard, evaluated and appreciated.
You will be someone who enjoys all the activities associated with a Business Analyst role. This will include elicitation and traceability of requirements, understanding of business processes and needs and implementation support.
You'll have the confidence to use a number of proven elicitation techniques and analysis methodologies to challenge appropriately and seek solutions to business problems.
You will have great stakeholder management skills and will love to work collaboratively with other areas of the business across the product lifecycle. You'll have experience working with ambiguity in a fast paced, often challenging environment.
You'll plan and manage your own work to develop high quality deliverables.
As a minimum requirement you'll have:
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