Domain Business Analyst
Domain Business Analyst Swansea OR Swindon, Permanent Salary range: £46,696 - £53,700 depending on skills and experience Join the DVLA as a Domain Business Analyst, and you'll help to build world-class digital services that deliver both service excellence and agile change. You'll be joining during an exciting time for the DVLA; as we continue the major transformation of our legacy estate, utilising an in-house developed and supported set of services. Leading a team of Business Analysts, you'll set the direction and drive analysis activities for one of the DVLA's three service portfolios. You'll take the lead in the design, implementation and management of a comprehensive suite of business analysis techniques and practices; embedding agile and technology analysis methods to improve pace and output. You'll also maximise the value of the product/service, by identifying and shaping areas for future innovation within the domain. Alongside previous experience as a Senior Business Analyst, it would be advantageous to hold a BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis or IIBA Certification of Competency in Business Analysis. On top of this, you'll also have experience of dealing with stakeholders to deliver successful outcomes, and will be able to see the big picture, whilst making effective decisions and delivering at pace. Successful candidates will need to be eligible to gain Security Check Clearance. Besides the rewarding nature of playing a key role in a major transformation project, you'll also receive an excellent benefits package; a generous annual leave entitlement; attractive pension options; flexible working and childcare arrangements to enable a good work/life balance; as well as ongoing training and development opportunities. Successful candidates would also have the option to work from an office location in Bristol or Swindon. Interested? Apply here today DVLA will not discriminate on grounds of age, disability, gender, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, those with caring responsibilities, part time workers or any other factor irrelevant to a person's work.