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Agile Business Analyst, Digital, Agency, Product, Scrum

Product Manager

Greater London Permanent £45000.00 - £50000.00 per annum + Benefits + Bonus

Agile Business Analyst, Digital, Agency, Product, Scrum

We are seeking a Digital Business Analyst to join a successful unique digital agency which was founded in 2014 and is already 1000+ staff strong with a strong client backing and great culture/working environment.

The business analyst will be responsible for understanding and translating business requirements for complex workflow systems into a complaint backlogs for estimation and implementation by technical teams.
We are looking for highly motivated team players individuals for whom technology is a passion and Agile is not just a buzzword, but a standard way of operating.

Responsibilities

  • Liaise with different level of business stakeholders to understand business requirements for complex systems considering all possible edge cases and impacts.
  • Leads functional workshops with any kind of stakeholders to engage and facilitate the process of product envisioning.
  • Defines and document requirements following the most effective, agile based methodology.
  • Quickly understands existent the functionality and capabilities of systems and third party software products autonomously.
  • Expertise in creation and validation of stories and epics in Agile model delivery.
  • Follows the established development process in the company.
  • Acts as the Scrum Product Owner for the products within his/her domain.
  • Train and coach
  • Acts as an Agile Champion from the functional perspective.
  • Organises, leads and facilitate backlog grooming activities others (colleagues and customers) in the Agile
  • Advocate of a clear software development process from functional conception all the way to deployment, operation, monitoring and support.

Requirements:

  • Agency Experience would be a plus
  • Agile certification
  • 2+ years’ experience as a business analyst or product owner of software based systems within a proper agile minded environment.
  • Expertise writing and maintaining product backlogs from Epics to User Stories.
  • Demonstrable experience in designing the best user experience (proper UX/UI design experience is a great bonus)

This is a highly successful and progressive organisation which offers good career progression. The successful candidate will receive a basic salary of up to £50,000 plus a benefits package and Bonus.

Job Reference: JO-1706-124645

Salary: £45000.00 - £50000.00 per annum + Benefits + Bonus

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