- Business Analyst
- Large Energy client @ Port Macquarie
- Initial 6 Months on a view to extend
- Excellent Pay rate
Adaps has been scouted to source Business Analyst profile for a Large Energy Company at Port Macquarie.
The Business Analyst is required to support request of internally developed solutions from feasibility and would undertake initial reviews of business need, justification and process impact analysis.
- Work with business stakeholders to capture problem statements, process mapping and business benefits related to internal development requests without bias to a presumed solution.
- Work with business stakeholders to better understand requirements, document process and procedure impacts and identify upstream and downstream dependencies.
- Seek continual feedback from business stakeholders and product owners in regards to OCM activities relating to internal development requirements.
- Assist with the creation of supporting documentation.
- Assist with the documentation and tracking of meeting outcomes, deliverables and actions.
- The ability to create clear and concise documentation for the purpose of articulating business problems and opportunities without a bias towards technical solutions.
- Proven interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to work in a collaborative manner with customers, business units and key stakeholders.
- Strong skills in problem solving, decision making and time management
- Flexible team player who thrives in environments requiring the ability to effectively prioritise and juggle multiple assignments and tasks
- Sound skills in computer operations and business systems relevant to the role including Microsoft office products.
How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Illa on 03 85 066 527 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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