Role: IT Business Analyst 
Salary: £45,000 - £57,000 
Location: Oxford office hybrid (2 days a week) 
Benefits: 25 days holiday, private healthcare, 5% matched pension and more 
Are you looking for a BA position that will genuinely play a pivotal role in shaping the future of IT services at a well-established global engineering company? 
If you are then this position will really utilise your expertise to drive business value through technology-driven solutions. As a talented individual who can streamline complex processes and bridge the gap between business needs and technical requirements you’ll help deliver solutions that exceed expectations. 
Your operational team consists of 1-change manager, 3-project managers, and 1 experienced IT Business Analyst meaning you’ll be joining a well-established, supportive, and collaborative team that can help you settle in. The team deliver on roughly 30 ongoing projects at any one time and these cover multiple business units under 1 group umbrella. 
As with any IT Business Analyst position your primary role is really to accurately capture the requirements so that the technical architects. Meaning you will already have a proven and demonstrable ability to capture requirements, lead process improvements, and create reports. 
You’ll be based out of the Oxford office and need to be available to work from their 2-days per week. That said the majority of the team only really need to go in once a month for a meet / catch-up so there really is a high level of home working on offer here. 
In addition to a high level of home working you’ll receive a starting salary of up to £57,000 depending on your level of experience. Other benefits include 25-days of holiday, private healthcare, a 5% matched pension, and more 
Take your career to the next level and make an impact in a company who are driving innovative engineering solutions. Apply now to join our team! 
We cannot offer sponsorship. 
If you are interested in this role, please send across an updated CV to or use the form below... 
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