PTL is looking for a Business Analyst to work with stakeholders from business units and third parties to define and document processes and software/systems requirements for technology initiatives, especially business information systems. This role focuses on scoping new systems and processes with customers and partners to deliver maximum efficiency and business value.
The chosen candidate will conduct meetings, interviews and/or workshops with stakeholders to review existing information, understand objectives and elicit technology needs. The Business Analyst conducts workflow analysis to define user requirements, identify issues and make recommendations and benefit analysis for small change initiatives. Liasing with quality assurance and development resources is also vital for application life cycle management.
The Business Analyst creates, analyses and validates detailed functional specifications and acceptance criteria, and delivers elements of systems design, including data migration rules, business rules, wireframes, or other detailed deliverables and assists in the preparation of proposals at pre-sales stage.
The preferred candidate will have three to five years’ experience in a similar role and a degree or diploma in IT, Business Analysis or equivalent. Preference will be given to CBAP-accredited candidates. Strong written and verbal communication skills, including technical writing skills, in English and Maltese, are
essential. Other fundamental abilities include time management, organisational skills and working with little or no supervision, knowledge of the Agile methodology and the ability to translate business into functional requirements.
In addition to an attractive remuneration package, PTL offers an exciting working environment with a collaborative culture. PTL is committed to ongoing investment in staff development. Applicants are invited to submit a detailed CV with a covering letter to Nathalie Gatt at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 7th October 2016. Applications will be treated with the strictest confidence and acknowledged after closing date.