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Business Analyst

Business Analyst - Haddenham, Buckinghamshire

Salary: Circa £42-£48k Depending on Experience - Plus a Generous Benefits Package

Commutable from Thame, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Tring, Bicester, Abingdon, Oxford, Milton Keynes etc.

The Company

Our client is a financial information business, helping financial institutions, financial advisers and consumers make better informed decisions.

They are a respected, data-driven software provider who pride themselves on delivering robust, well supported tools and applications to their customers.

They are based in Haddenham (near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire) and are a great place to work - plus some great reviews on Glassdoor!

The Role

To help accelerate our client's software development roadmap, they are now seeking an experienced Business Analyst to join theirtechnology team.

In this role you'll have the satisfaction of contributing to and influencing the development of tools and applications utilised by some of the biggest names in the UK financial services industry, including market leading software for financial advisers.

The Business Analysts are involved in the full product lifecycle from project discovery and idea development, through requirements gathering and specification, to software testing and release.

You'll take the concepts agreed by the product steering group; identify, analyse and document the detailed requirements; then work collaboratively with the development team to ensure on time and in budget delivery of robust software to meet business and customer needs - all within an agile development environment.

Experience, Skills & Qualifications Required:

To be considered, you'll need to demonstrate:

? proven track record as a successful Business Analyst within a web software development environment;
? interface design / user experience skills, creating wireframes to help solidify the application workflow and design key user interactions;
? experience creating process diagrams,