Business Analyst

  • Category
    Project & Programme Management - Business Analysis
  • Location
    Chippenham, Wiltshire
  • Salary
    450 £ - 500 £ / Day
  • External Reference
    BA21

I am recruiting for a leading mobility services company looking to recruit a Business Analyst on a on-going contract basis paying up to £500 per day. This role will be based in Chippenham, and will require travel to other office sites including London.

The purpose of this role is to lead on a data migration exercise, migrating data from legacy systems to an upgraded infrastructure. They key duties of this role are:

*Business analysis, data analysis and process design.
*Process mapping and reengineering - Documenting 'as is' & 'to be' processes, the changes required to migrate to the 'to be' capability and data ETL mapping (non technical)
*Information governance and mapping security permissions
*Creating test scenarios from the requirements and technical specification documents
*Evaluate risks and developing mitigations
*Facilitating meetings and workshops
*Documenting requirements, writing reports, instructions, specifications and creating flowchart

The successful candidate will have extensive experience in full life cycle of data migration projects, business change and supporting UAT as well as being competent with ETL mapping.

If you are interested in this role, have the requisite skills and experiences and are available to start immediately, please apply as soon as possible.
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