This nationally recognised organisation aims to promote health and to prevent mortality caused by modifiable risk factors. Health programs and services funded by the centre are delivered in non-government, community, education and clinical settings and aims to recognise the social determinants of good health. They currently require a Business Analyst to work on various application development projects underway. The Business Analyst will be experienced in eliciting Business requirements and Technical Requirements, preparing the Business Requirement Document including functional, non-functional and data requirements. You will be able to develop Application Development Test Strategies and be able to write the test cases for Application Development UAT Plans. This will be combined with developing Application Development UAT Cases from Business Requirements Documentation and Requirements Traceability Matrix. The role requires that you maintain and continuously monitor a treatment/remediation plan for applications e.g. retiring, updating and rolling upgrades and related issues. Raise Requests for Application Development. Monitor progress during application development lifecycle. Contribute to enterprise architecture development from a business needs point of view The ideal Business Analyst will have had previous experience in Application/Systems (SDLC) development. Excellent communication skills are necessary as you will be analysing the business needs of business units and stakeholders to help identify business problems and propose solutions. Experience working in a technical IT environment committed to the ITIL process methodologies, the ability to resolve issues and a sound knowledge and experience of BABOK are also required. Experience with Windows .NET Architecture/Framework Development preferred. For further information on this excellent opportunity please contact Matthew McNeill on 02 9249 2258 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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