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Senior Business Analyst, Environment Agency

Location: National
Salary: £ 47,646

The Environment Agency is here to maintain and improve the environment. We create better places for people, wildlife and the environment and put the climate emergency at the heart of everything we do, helping society adapt to environmental challenges such as flooding, drought, sea level rise and coastal change. We are looking for somebody with a passion for the environment who wants to help improve how the Environment Agency operates so we can deliver even more.

In the role of Senior Business Analyst, you will utilise your Business Analysis skills, business experience, and leadership skills to analyse current ways of working to identify, evaluate and ultimately deliver improvements to how we protect and enhance the environment. You will lead Business Analysis work on business-critical improvement initiatives for our Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) department, and mentor and coach other Business Analysts to drive our Business Analysis Service forward. You will support our National Project Assurance Service (NPAS) in leading the assurance of project and programme business cases and take responsibility for continually developing your Business Analysis skills and experience. A comprehensive training and development package will be provided.

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