Location: Lincoln Salary: From £29,619 per annum Please note, this post is permanent and full time at 37 hours per week. Closing Date: Sunday 19 February 2023 Interview Date: Tuesday 07 March 2023 Reference: CS4148B
Starting salary from £29,619 per annum, or at £24,948 per annum for a junior Business Analyst role - depending on skills and experience.
Are you a Business Analyst looking for a rewarding career in a friendly and nurturing environment?
This is an exciting opportunity to support the University in reaching its digital ambitions. Working within the ICT department in the Architecture and Business Analysis team you will be helping the University meet its strategic aims through effective technology. You will be part of a small team ensuring that identified opportunities are analysed for their information needs, and these requirements are correctly matched in the solutions being delivered.
We're looking for:
This could be a junior role for a candidate who has a passion to become a Business Analyst and shows potential but does not currently have the level of experience. This will attract additional training and mentoring that will lead on to the full business analyst role.
What we can offer:
We provide our staff with a comprehensive benefit package which includes 30 days of annual leave (with additional University closure days and bank holidays), a generous pension scheme, and a variety of benefits and development opportunities.
This is a hybrid-working role, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work from home for part of their working week. You will also have the opportunity to work at our brand new, state-of-the-art professional services centre, due to open in 2023.
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