Systems analyst / Business analyst
We are looking for a system analyst to implement and improve our IT systems. You will analyze system requirements and address any relevant problems. You will also perform standard testings and provide solutions to ensure high levels of performance and security.
As a system analyst, you will be joining a team of engineers and developers who are passionate about new IT systems, software development and different programming languages. If you are also interested in discovering and implementing new features, we would like to meet you.
Ultimately, you should be able to translate our internal and external clients’ needs into new high quality IT systems.
Working closely with management to priorities business goals and information needs
Interpreting a project and the client’s requirements and evaluating all the options to identify potential solutions
Examining existing business models and flows of data, discussing findings with the client, and evaluating system specifications for business requirements
Designing and implementing the most efficient and cost-effective solutions
Implementing, supporting and controlling an inventory of applications used
Assisting in the development of, and migration to, new platforms
Skills and qualities :
Excellent IT and programming skills
High level of mathematical aptitude and strong problem-solving skills.
Logical, analytical and investigative mind, together with creative abilities.
Excellent organisational, time and project management skills.
Ability to handle complex information with accuracy and attention to detail.
Self-development skills to keep up-to-date with fast-changing trends and their role in a commercial environment.
Professional approach to time, costs and deadlines.
Good team working and interpersonal skills required to enable working closely with staff at all levels throughout an organisation, including managers and IT specialists.
Good report writing skills and the ability to to communicate technical information and ideas clearly and concisely to non-technical people.