The BBC is re-contracting to replace/upgrade the system used to schedule the linear Television channels, with the potential extension to non-linear channels.
In May 2016 a new contract was put in place to replace the current television scheduling system with a new package, WHATS’On developed by MediaGeniX. The new system needs to go live by March 2018 when the current contract ends.
We are looking for a Technical Business Analyst to do in depth analysis of
- how the business will use the product,
- prototyping the configuration of the system with the business,
- documenting epics, user stories or product configurations and
- capturing business and technical requirements in order to translate these into product deliverables.
The key responsibilities of the Business Analyst will include:
- Working closely with Key Business Representatives and Change management team to record workflows.
- Documenting complex business requirements as epics / user stories
- Prototyping and documenting system configurations to support the user stories
- Collating and recording the required integrations of the solution with other systems in the BBC.
- Identifying and documenting the reporting requirements for Business Information from the solution.
- Translating existing business process for the new product.
- Ensuring the Business Information needs are developed/configured in the solution.
The Ideal Candidate
Required skills and experience must include:
- Experience of working in a complex and large-scale delivery project
- Proven analytical ability, particularly for integration and Business Information requirements, and presenting proposals in an easily digestible format for users and stakeholders
- Proven attention to detail within requirements, integration and Business Information work
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