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Business Analyst

Apply before 6PM (AEDT) on: Monday, November 23, 2020

New South Wales


Agency / Department

Department of Education, Skills and Employment

Experience Level


Employment Type


Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$120 per hour***

Overview and Responsibilities

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment seeks experienced Business Analysts to join our team. The team is responsible for providing a wide range of digital services to support the business and operating environment of the department.

This role represents an exciting opportunity for Business Analyst to join a multidisciplinary team. As a Business Analyst, you will be responsible for undertaking a range of requirement gathering activities. You will also be required to conduct investigations, undertake specialist or technical research and analysis activities, or provide professional advice within an area of specialization based on systems knowledge, policy and legislation.

Essential Criteria

  1. Demonstrated experience in transformational programs, guiding and driving product owners/business SME to develop user journey, business features, streamline business processes and consolidate common services/data to deliver business change to deliver contemporary customer experience.
  2. A proven track record in working in Agile environment to develop requirements artefacts for complex IT systems including websites and mobile applications.
  3. Experience working with complex IT systems, including a sound understanding of system interoperability, database structures and data flows between systems.
  4. Demonstrated experience coordinating and leading consultation with internal and external consultants to elicit user and business requirements.
  5. Proven ability in development of high quality BA artefacts as required.

Desired Criteria

  1. Previous experience in a Government agency is highly desired
  2. Experience using Azure DevOps for Agile Methodology

Security Clearance

Ability to obtain baseline clearance

Contract Extensions

Two option periods of twelve months each:

a.1 July 21 to 30 June 22,

b.1 July 22 to 30 June 23

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