Business Analyst

London, UK

Job description

As a Business Analyst (Consultant), you will play a crucial role in understanding and resolving underlying issues, analysing business processes, and identifying opportunities for improvement. Working closely with clients and stakeholders, you will gather requirements, conduct thorough analysis, and translate findings into actionable recommendations. Your expertise will contribute to the development and implementation of effective business strategies, ensuring alignment with organizational goals and objectives. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with cross-functional teams, lead projects, and drive positive change. Responsibilities: 1. Conduct thorough analysis of business processes, systems, and workflows to identify areas for improvement and optimization. 2. Collaborate with clients and stakeholders to gather and document business requirements, ensuring a clear understanding of their needs and objectives. 3. Develop and present comprehensive reports, including feasibility studies, business cases, and recommendations for process enhancements or system implementations. 4. Facilitate workshops and meetings to elicit requirements, gather feedback, and drive consensus among stakeholders. 5. Collaborate with technical teams to translate business requirements into functional specifications, ensuring effective communication and alignment. 6. Document and analyze risks, issues, and dependencies, and develop mitigation strategies to minimize potential disruptions. 7. Support the implementation and testing of proposed solutions, providing guidance and expertise to ensure successful outcomes. 8. Monitor and track project progress, identifying deviations from the plan and implementing corrective actions as necessary. 9. Foster strong relationships with clients, serving as a trusted advisor and maintaining effective communication throughout the project lifecycle. 10. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and stakeholders to drive continuous improvement initiatives and enhance business processes. Required Skills: Hard Skills: 1. Proven experience as a Business Analyst, ideally within a consulting or professional services environment. 2. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to gather and interpret complex data and translate it into actionable insights. 3. Proficiency in business analysis techniques, including requirements gathering, process mapping, and data analysis. 4. Experience in conducting workshops and facilitating meetings to elicit requirements and drive consensus among stakeholders. 5. Knowledge of project management methodologies and the ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines. Soft Skills: 1. Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to effectively communicate complex concepts to diverse audiences. 2. Strong stakeholder management skills, with the ability to build and maintain relationships at all levels of the organization. 3. Collaborative mindset, working effectively in cross-functional teams and fostering a positive and inclusive work environment. 4. Proactive and self-motivated, with the ability to work independently and take ownership of deliverables. 5. Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to manage competing priorities. Salary: £45,000 - £60,000 per year Join our client's dynamic consulting team in London and be part of a company that values collaboration, innovation, and delivering impactful solutions. As a Business Analyst (Consultant), you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact on organizations, drive positive change, and contribute to the success of diverse projects.

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Soft skills

Leadership (0 years)

Time Management (0 years)

Effective Communication (0 years)

collaboration (0 years)

Attention to Detail (0 years)

Organization (0 years)

proactive (0-2 years)

Hard Skills

Business Analysis (0 years)

insights (0-2 years)

business analysis techniques (0-2 years)

conducting workshops (0-2 years)

project management (0-2 years)