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Business Analyst, Environment Agency

Location: National
Salary: £36,389 - £43,385


The Environment Agency is here to protect and enhance the environment, creating a better place for people and nature. Tackling the climate emergency is at the heart of all we do. We are looking for somebody with a passion for the environment who wants to help improve how we operate so we deliver even more for the environment.

In the role of Business Analyst, you will develop and utilise your Business Analysis skills to analyse current ways of working in order to identify, evaluate, and ultimately deliver significant improvement to how we protect and enhance the environment. Our Business Analysts work on a wide variety of business-critical improvement initiatives across the organisation, and you will take responsibility for leading the Business Analysis work on one of these. You will support Project and Programmes in developing robust and effective business cases and support our National Project Assurance Service (NPAS) in assuring them. You will be responsible for continually developing your own Business Analysis skills and experience too helping to drive our Business Analysis Service forward so we can make our organisation even more efficient and effective. A comprehensive training and development package will be provided.


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