Posted on :
11 Nov, 2014
11 Nov, 2014
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
BUSINESS ANALYST (2 POSTS) (REF: TN/3501/2014)
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing Parliament with Business Analysis services within the ICT spectrum.
Key performance areas include:
• Stakeholder Relations Management
• Business Case Development
• Systems Analysis
• Process and data design modelling
• Systems development
• Testing and quality assurance
• Change Management
• Monitoring and Evaluation.
• An Information & Communication Technology degree/diploma with at least 5 years’ relevant experience.
Skills requirements :
• Business Analysis
• Business Process Modelling
• Understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle
• Knowledge of Project Management principles
• Financial quantification and analysis
• Unified Modelling Language
• Good communication skills both written and verbal and ability to interact with a diverse range of colleagues
• Attention to detail
• Problem solving ability
• Ability to successfully engage in multiple initiatives simultaneously
• Ability to work independently with users to define concepts or under direction of project managers.
Remuneration comprises of a cost-to-company package, which incorporates all the large-company benefits. The Parliamentary Services Administration promotes and applies the principles of affirmative action and equal opportunity. Successful candidates will be expected to sign a performance contract.
Forward your covering letter and CV (not Z83), containing full personal and career details, certified copies of qualifications and ID and three contactable employment referees, to Email address (quoting the post title and reference number in the subject line).
PLEASE NOTE: The name and reference number of the post/s applied for must always be clearly indicated in all correspondence. Candidates, who do not submit the supporting documentation as requested, will not be considered.
Closing date: 14 November 2014 at 16:30
Short-listed candidates will be subjected to a positive security clearance by the South African. Police Services and /or National Intelligence Agency (NIA), citizenship and qualification checks and competency-based assessments.
Parliament reserves the right not to make an appointment.
If you do not receive any response within two months of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. Regret correspondence will only be with the interviewed candidates.
How to Apply
Apply online before 03/12/2014.
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