Home Office – Digital Data and Technology (DDaT)
Salary - Croydon: £35,054 - £38,558. This post is eligible for a Recruitment Retention Allowance up to £2,500.
Salary – Manchester and Sheffield: £30,817 -£33,899. This post is eligible for a Recruitment Retention Allowance up to £2,500.
Locations: Croydon, Manchester, Sheffield. We operate a hybrid working model and fully support flexibility, with colleagues already based across the UK working from home and linked to one of our core locations in Croydon, Sheffield, or Manchester.
Develop the tech at the heart of everyday life.
For a business analyst, the Home Office offers projects with the scale and complexity to challenge any level of expertise. In turn, you’ll gain experience of working on some of the most high-profile projects out there, on services that can impact the daily lives of millions of people.
The Home Office works to build a safe, fair and prosperous UK. We achieve this through our work on counter-terrorism, policing, fire, crime, drugs policy, immigration and passports.
Home Office Digital, Data and Technology teams design, build and develop the services that enable the department to achieve its goals, from helping people apply for visas to supporting policing and counter-terrorism operations through to protecting the UK’s borders.
A Business Analyst will receive direction from Senior Business analysts working in projects and programmes of varying sizes across the Home Office. You will be responsible for framing outputs to help shape delivery of digital products and will be part of our active Business Analysis Community that offers peer support and knowledge sharing across the profession.
As well as recommending improvements and solutions, there’ll also be opportunities to support product iteration, evolution and optimisation activities. And naturally, we’ll look for you to develop close ties with stakeholders of all levels – internal and external – and ensure everything you do aligns with our business strategy.
Ideally, you’ll be working towards your BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis or have a transferable skill set that suits the role. This would include having experience in assessing and understanding problems, with the ability to propose solutions, and skills in change management.
You’ll enjoy building strong networks among technical and non-technical colleagues and – as an inspirational communicator and critical thinker – have the gravitas to ensure we arrive at the best possible solution every time.
With technology continuing to evolve at pace, this is a role where you’ll rarely stand still. Moreover, we offer the kind of development and further opportunities to keep you engaged as you build your career.
As well as a competitive starting salary, we offer Civil Service Pensions with employer contribution rates starting at 26.6%, 25 days annual leave, rising with service, flexible working, as well as a range of other brilliant benefits.
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Closing date: 11:55pm, 10th July 2022