The University of Wolverhampton

IT Business Analyst

Location
Wolverhampton Campus
Faculty/Department
IT Services
Contract Type
Permanent
Advert Status
Salary
35,844 - 42,793 pa
Closing Date
08/10/2019
Job Reference
11907
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It is an exciting time for digital services at the University of Wolverhampton and we are hoping that you will be a key part of it with us. We have just approved a new University Digital Strategy which has delivering digital confidence University-wide and digital transformation in all our services at its core. Alongside that is a comprehensive programme of investment and improvements to everything we do as an IT Services team. These are the first in a set of new posts for the IT team which we hope will enable us to deliver the digital change to match the University’s exciting teaching, learning, research and professional services ambitions. We are genuinely looking for the best possible candidates who can bring new energy and ideas to the team and will be fully committed to creating a sector leading digital university environment. Please do take a look at this role and consider whether you have the right skills, confidence, energy and attitude to help us succeed. We very much look forward to speaking with you.

 

We are looking for an experienced Business Analyst to play a major role in the identification and delivery of solutions arising from projects to support the University Digital Strategy and projects elsewhere in the Directorate, as well as operational opportunities and challenges. Leading on assigned tasks in these areas, you will proactively liaise with, and provide consultancy to, a wide variety of stakeholders to identify and distil requirements and articulate these clearly to decision makers and project teams for action. You will be involved at every stage of the lifecycle to ensure that the solutions delivered are fit for purpose and smoothly transition to Business As Usual (BAU).

 

You will be skilled in the techniques of business systems analysis and process improvement and will have contributed significantly to delivering large, complex organisational change projects. You will be passionate about enabling real change; tackling problems and challenges will be second nature to you, and you will be enthusiastic and resilient. You will be a confident and diplomatic communicator who is able to engage effectively and co-operatively with the stakeholders who you will put at the heart of your work. This is an exciting and varied role, offering the opportunity to play a key role in delivering transformation projects which will enhance the experience of students and staff.

 

If you would like an informal discussion about this role please do contact Jane Caddick at J.Caddick@wlv.ac.uk or on 01902 322644.


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