Technical Business Analyst



Role Duties Working for this fantastic state government department, you will be required to provide a high level of Business Analyst skills to research the capabilities of a current spatial toolset. Partnering with the business and other key stakeholders, you will elicit and document business requirements (functional and non-functional) for a future spatial vegetation management toolset. You will be tasked with providing a document describing two or more options and rationale for implementation using Departmental capabilities.

Key Responsibilities Work with stakeholders and business groups to analyse and plan the improvement of processes and data insights; Elicit and document business rules and complete business process mapping where required; Simplifying business operations through efficient, effective, and complete data and information capture; Manage the development and implementation of business and functional requirements with a team effectively and collaboratively; Capture and review / update end-to-end current state processes; Capture, model and review desired future state processes, incorporating links to proposed future state roles, rules, systems and information; and Prepare requirements for a procurement process and provide input in the response evaluations. Skills & Experience Demonstrated high level Business Analyst and System Analyst experience - ideally within previous spatial data environments; A high level of knowledge of modern spatial systems, particularly the ESRI suite of software; Demonstrated ability to lead this component of the project and effectively engage with stakeholders; Knowledge of design concepts for the development of appropriate solutions and systems; and Experience working with government organisations (preferable but not mandatory). For more information please call Lewis Westerman at u&u on 07 3232 9147 , quoting reference number 17334 .

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19 Nov 2019


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