IT Business Analyst, IT Procurement
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IT Business Analyst - Cheshire

  • Job reference: AQIT296
  • Location: Cheshire
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: IT
Job description: My Client, a local authority, is currently looking for an IT Business Analyst for an initial 2 month contract in Cheshire.

A highly experienced Business Analyst with experience of IT procurement is required for a major education suite replacement project.

The project has the following phases:

* Requirements gathering and analysis, market research, and scope definition (including interfaced systems).
* Procurement ITT and process through to contract award.

Working with the Project Manager the post holder will be required to:

1. Gather business requirements.

Understanding the current situation (getting up to speed, stakeholder engagement internal and external with workshops/briefings as required).
Soft market testing - facilitating and establishing opportunity available from the market and indicative pricing.
Scoping the current technical landscape - documenting which functionality is to be provided by the new solution and what is to continue to be provided by other, existing solutions.
Document inter-dependencies and interfaces between linked IT systems and business processes.
Defining business requirements (based on engagement with each of the service areas/stakeholders)
Defining technical requirements (collating via ICT strategy security/technical personnel and ICT Services)
Procurement engagement and preparation work: procurement route (anticipate OJEU required). Consideration of ITT.

2. Procurement process and specification documents.

Production of procurement documentation including functional and non functional requirements in suitable format.
Co-ordinating input of procurement specifications from various stakeholders. Involvement in reviews and modifications to document Agreeing and documenting evaluation and scoring.
Developing and facilitating supplier demonstrations and evaluation scoring. Coordinating any supplier questions, and responses, during the tendering process.
Facilitating and supporting the Business in evaluating the responses received from suppliers.

3. Involvement in project/status meetings and other relevant inputs as required.

If you are interested in this role, please contact Andy at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208958 or email andrew.quinney@servicecare.org.uk