- Create a unique client experience through functional and technical design
- Work in a design thinking environment
- Work as part of a small, high performing team that makes a big impact across AFSA
About the Role
AFSA seeks a Senior Business Analyst to enhance the achievement of organisational strategic projects and initiatives through the design of client focussed business requirements. In this role, you will:
- Undertake business analysis activities – development and design of business processes, review of functional and test specifications, define operational and implementation requirements.
- Design and develop functional and technical documentation including user interface requirements, user stories, policies and procedures.
- Adopt collaborative agile development techniques to provide client focussed analysis.
- Collaborate with test teams to determine testing activities and acceptance criteria.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- demonstrated business analysis experience with a strong focus on outcomes at a strategic level
- detailed requirements gathering and validation with strong documentation skills
- exceptional analytical and problem solving skills – creatively solve complex issues
- excellent stakeholder engagement skills – collaborate and communicate effectively with a diverse client group
- a results focussed attitude with the ability to meet project deliverables.
The successful applicant will be supported to undertake professional and career development with a range of tools available including Australian Computer Society (ACS) membership, access to technical training and certifications, and membership of relevant Government communities of practice or user groups.
AFSA supports a family-friendly work environment with on-site childcare and parenting facilities, and access to a range of facilities and activities to support wellbeing.
AFSA actively promotes workplace flexibility, with various working options to support your family commitments and personal interests.
Applications close Monday 18 February, 2019