Business Analyst - Underwriting, Insurance, Change, 490 p/day
||£470 - £490
Business Analyst / Systems Analyst / Technical Analyst / Change / Transformation / CDF / Insurance / Underwriter / ISEB/IIBA / 470 - 490 p/day
Business Analyst required to work with a multi-national Insurance Corporation focussed on the delivery of the technical aspect of a new TOM from the Brexit process.
The Business Analyst will engage stakeholders, working closely with the SME`s, Technical Analyst and additional Project Managers, to gather requirements for change to the technical landscape and process, you will create concise technical specifications following detailed functional analysis, gap analysis and data analysis; work with offshore development teams and finally undertake UAT and functional testing of enhancements delivered by the development team. Some production support activities will also be required which will involve testing reported bugs and errors with new enhancements documenting issues and liaising with the development teams to ensure that problems are rectified to your satisfaction. Finally, you will have the opportunity to lead specific projects and therefore any Project Management exposure would be useful.
We are searching for a Business Analyst / Technical Analyst who possesses experience gained with data analysis, data and process modelling, gap analysis creation and acquisition of business requirements from senior level stakeholders. You will have worked within the Insurance/Reinsurance industry and have experience of business analysis and systems analysis of Premiums, Claims and Underwriting systems as well as experience gained on BA projects for web or mobile based systems and/or general ecommerce platforms.
The Business Analyst will possess experience of stakeholder engagement within large-scale multi-national environments and possess a strong understanding of Insurance focussed business processes. Additional experience in business process re-engineering (BPR) or a background in development (SSADM and/or Agile) would be highly beneficial although non-essential. Formal BA qualification preferred (ISEB/IIBA or similar) but non-essential.