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Liam O’Neill


Senior Business Analyst

  • £475 - £500
  • London, Permanent
  • Date posted: 14th January 2020

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Digital Gurus have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Business analyst to come and work for one of our globally recognised clients, who are about to kick off huge worldwide project focusing around a new financial ERP and SOX compliance.

This role will be based in West London for an initial 6-month period

Outside of IR35

As the Senior Business Analyst you will be responsible for reviewing assigned business processes from end-to-end to identify and address operational and technological opportunities to improve efficiency. In addition to deep business knowledge, you will build deep system knowledge to enable them to effectively contribute to the definition of new solutions and improvements to existing systems.


  • Strong Stakeholder Management
  • Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines
  • Experience with UAT
  • Strong understanding of SOX compliance
  • Technically able with Microsoft Products front and back office
  • Experience of using Jira, Confluence and Service now
  • Good understanding of Agile & Waterfall Project management concepts
  • Managing offshore development teams
  • Detailed Knowledge of ERP or large-scale finance systems

This role has been deemed outside of IR35

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