Technical Business Analyst
- Contract type:Fixed-term contract
- Salary/Rate:£80,000 - £90,000
- Duration:6 Months (Possible Extension)
- Start Date:Mid January
- Location:London, GB
We’re currently recruiting for a major player in the Financial Services space, who are looking for a Technical Business Analyst on an FTC Maternity Cover. The position is initially for 6 months but has a high chance of extension to a full year.
From applicant’s we are looking the following, in order of importance;
- Experience with AEM (Adobe Experience Manager)
- Ability to write SQL Queries and good understanding of databases.
- Technically minded, knows how to interact and collaborate with development teams, which will bleed over to dealing with and drafting specifications for the technical and non technical portions of the wider business.
- Must have good Agile/Scrum exposure, it’s a very agile team and you may have to deputise for the Scrum Master on occasion.
- Experience in the digital domain and good exposure to web builds and renovations.
- Experience in Financial Services, this role will be for the public facing portion of the company and as a result is one of the least ‘hardcore’ elements of the business. Understanding of the financial services industry is great but direct exposure is
The project will likely commence mid January, and will give you the opportunity to be involved in a handover before the person you’ll be covering for leaves for their Mat-leave.
Salary on offer sits between 80,000 – 90,000 – but please bear in mind this is on a pro-rata basis, so if the project only lasts 6 months, your income will be equivalent to half of the annual salary presented.
The role is also remote for the time being until April earliest, in line with Government guidance, however when things to seem to normalise they will open up to approximately 2-3 days per week in office.
If you’ve got all of the above experience, we’d love to hear from you so don’t hesitate to apply and we’ll get in touch in time (please bear with us due to the volume of applications we’re likely to receive!).