Lead Business Analysts x4 (G7)
Bring your critical perspective to some of the most significant projects in government
Locations: Cardiff, Croydon, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield
The Home Office is here to make our country safer. As well as working to reduce crime and enforce the law, we also work to protect the most vulnerable and have a proud history of providing refuge to those who have been displaced or are seeking asylum. Whether it’s fighting crime, protecting our borders or combating slavery, the Home Office is at the cutting edge of public policy in this country and our work is some of the most challenging and rewarding in government.
As a Business Analyst in our Visas & Immigration team, you’ll be central to the success of a range of complex, large-scale initiatives, providing consultancy and advice to colleagues and partners. You’ll focus on to analysing user and business need, and ensure outcomes align with our service vision and business strategy.
You will lead complex analysis activities, built on a sound understanding of the strategic landscape, including the fast-changing global environment. Actively involved in developing business cases, you will consider operational impact as well as overall feasibility. Expect to take a lead in stakeholder communication and to manage key relationships. We’ll look to you to challenge constructively and act as a critical friend in order to achieve solutions that are fit for purpose.
You may also have some functional or people-management responsibilities, including the support, design and building of delivery teams. You will help to develop best practice and build communities of practice.
An experienced business analyst ready for your next challenge, you’ll possess strong business modelling skills and a track-record of successful relationship management in a corporate or government context. You’re someone who is capable of seeing the big picture and delivering at pace. You’re likely to have an ISEB International Diploma (or Advanced Diploma) in business analysis – or another equivalent qualification such as IIBA certification.
In return for your expertise, we offer a range of benefits including a Civil Service pension, an environment with flexible working options, and continuing learning and development tailored to your role – all within a culture encouraging inclusion and diversity.
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Closing date: 29 July 2022.
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