Business Analyst

Location: Singapore
Job Type: Permanent
Reference: 2569772
Salary: Up to S$84,000 per annum
Contact: Ollie Wood
Email: email Ollie
Our client is a leader of innovative true-blue Big Data interactive visualisation solutions. They are looking to augment our team with 2 Business Analysts who can support client work mainly working from client locations.

The nature of work would involve:
  • Working on client pilots/proof of concepts
  • Implementing technology at client locations
  • Working collaboratively with internal product development team in Indonesia & Industry SME
  • Supporting sales team’s on pre-sales activities including sales material/proposals and related documentation
We need someone with high energy who has the ability to work independently and can collaborate with teams spread globally. Our client has teams working out of Singapore, USA, Australia, Indonesia, Middle East & India. Working in teams and collaborating across time zones is a key attribute.

Years of Experience: 4years – 7 years

Typical Activities Expected in the Role

Scope the system/solution. During the initial phase of a project, the BA may be the only "development staff" assigned to the project. At this point they will work with key project stakeholders to formulate and communicate the business vision, to envision initial requirements, and to scope the project. Their fundamental goal is to get the project focused early by translating the initial high-level vision into something realistic. They may also help to identify potential areas of automation and even to aid in reengineering the underlying business process.

Translate business needs. A major responsibility of the BA is to work with project stakeholders to translate their requirements into something that developers can understand as well as to translate the resulting questions that the developers have into something the stakeholders can understand. This is an iterative process throughout the project. An important part of this is to the distillation of the differing messages of various project stakeholders into a single, consistent vision. This task often includes significant negotiation and political maneuvering. In this respect a BA will act as a knowledge integrator. Furthermore, the BA often find themselves spending significant time in meetings, thereby saving the rest of the development team from this inefficient use of their time.

Translate technical issues. The BA will also explain technical/architectural complexities to project stakeholders, such as why your HTML-based application can't have as slick of a user interface as a Visual Basic application. BA will also explain what the developers are doing and why they need to do it, including explanations of the basis of schedules and estimates.

Model and document. The BA will work with project stakeholders to identify, model, and then document their requirements and business domain details. Key requirements will be documented and updated by the BA as the project scope evolves.

Act as a communication broker. The BA will typically have interface with the an subject matter expert on the project to help development teams find the answers or clarifications on data/functionality related queries.

Test and validation. The BA will work with project stakeholders to validate their requirements and analysis models via techniques such as reviews, walkthroughs, and role play. The BA will often aid in writing user acceptance test (UAT) cases and will be a liaison between project stakeholders and testing organization during UAT. Testing functionality and data quality checks across the application is a key role played by the BA.

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CEI No: R1112169 | Licence No: 07C3147