Business Analyst (MOP / Data Collector)
Role: Business Analyst (MOP / Data Collector)
Location: Milton Keynes
Rate: Up to GBP45K + benefits
We are looking for an expert Business Analyst to work for a leading energy data and metering operator. The Business Analyst will fully engage with stakeholders to understand how processes work today, and to define how they would like them to operate in the future. These will be converted into a series of requirements (governing how it functionally operates and how it performs). This will then help the business to form the architecture and data required to support new processes and to help prepare the business for the changes. So if you have experience of retail energy processes, particularly relating to MOP / DC / asset management – apply today for more information on the Business Analyst role.
- Fully understand how a process works today and clearly portray that on a process map.
- Review process designs, identify any weakness and determine the optimal means of fulfilling the desired result
- Succinctly and clearly translate conceptual requirements into a detailed series of requirements that can be both developed and tested.
- Review process designs and identify those areas that are likely to cause problems both in development and in the future operation.
- Manage projects on small/low complexity initiatives
- Process stapling/mapping/design – an ability to create process designs that reflect customer needs and process improvement
- Manage multiple stakeholders and drive conflicting views to agree a way forward
- Explain complex tools, technologies and concepts to audiences that are not IT or change literate
- Can receive unstructured information and translate it into meaningful messages.
- Able to glean ideas and concepts from people with differing backgrounds, skills and experiences
- Can provide ideas on future operation of process/system and can bring out creative side in others
- Understands the impact of process/requirements and can ensure that benefits are maximised
- Track record of delivery – ability to get work done on time, to an acceptable level of quality
- An ability to work with and performance management vendors within project engagements.