Business Analyst
Leeds

Business Analyst Vacancy - £34,000 - £40,000 – Leeds City Centre

Ref: 190| Posted: 13th Jun 2019

If you want to make real difference as a BA this could be the role for you.

Working here, you’ll be contributing to a product that helps experts in the health sector do their job more efficiently.

 

The Company

The leading supplier of electronic records for ophthalmology.

I know what you’re thinking – what is ophthalmology?!

Well, an ophthalmologist is someone who diagnoses, treats and prevents eye diseases.

Got it? Cool.

So, working here, you’d be contributing towards a system that helps ophthalmologist’s do their job more efficiently.

They’re a team of 40 based in recently refurbed offices in Leeds City Centre; only a stones throw away from the train station.

They currently help over 50,000 healthcare organisations and a total of 600,000 patients have been processed via their system.

 

Benefits

May as well cancel your gym if you get a job here as they have one on site.

On top of the miles you’ll be doing on the company treadmill, you’ll also get to increase your air miles as they fly their staff to an all-expenses paid trip to a European city once a year.

Previous destinations have been Dublin, Iceland, Portugal and Berlin.

Other benefits include a 3.5% Pension, flexible working and a cycle to work scheme.

 

The Role

  • Gather surgical, clinical and administrative requirements from ophthalmologists and other healthcare professionals.
  • Write reports on the requirements of users and potential customers of Medisoft’s ophthalmology EMR.
  • Using wireframe tools to prototype new designs, seeking medical and clinical safety input where necessary.
  • Writing detailed functional specifications including screen mock-ups and workflow diagrams, which will be used by their software developers to deliver new features for the system.
  • Gather technical input from the development team to further refine the requirements, including how the data/database should be modelled.
  • Contribute to sprint ceremonies and release planning.
  • Work with the development team to deliver product increments each sprint.
  • Oversee testing of the features specified to ensure they look and work as described in the functional specification.
  • Demonstrate new features to the wider business in Sprint Review meetings.
  • Raise and manage bugs and improvements based on exploratory testing or user feedback.

 

Desirable experience

  • Have a background in the healthcare industry
  • Writing functional spec’s for new features for software systems
  • Systems migration experience

Essential criteria

You must have at least 12 months experience as a BA.
 

How to apply

So if your vision for your career is aligned with what this role offers, please apply via this ad.

Alternatively, get in touch with me (Aoife): 01642 271428 / aoife@hainton.net