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  • Oracle Business Analyst
    Birmingham, West Midlands Consulting

    Pay Rate 700 £ day

    Location: Birmingham (3 days/2 days remote)

    Duration: 12 months

    Rate: £600 - 700PD Inside IR35

    My public sector client are looking for a Business Analyst who can help them define & shape their response to a recent audit report in respect of its Oracle ERP systems covering finance, procurement & HR.

    Essential experience:

    • Ability to undertake Risk Analysis
    • Ability to produce a credible project plan and manage to completion
    • Experience of business and Process Analysis
    • Experience of ITIL approach and its use
    • Ability to understand and experience of Statutory Compliance (GDPR, FoI etc) with public sector
    • Demonstratable understanding of ERP concepts, service provision and systems
    • Understanding of Governance design and its role
    • Understanding and experience of financial controls and their role in governance
    • Understanding and experience of Non-financial controls and their role in governance
    • Understanding and experience of Security controls (CoCo, RMADS etc)
    • Understanding and experience of process re-engineering
    • Understanding and experience of incident and problem management

    Nice to have:

    • Experience of Strategy development
    • Working knowledge of the standard government 5 case business case model
    • Experience of business case development
    • Experience of report writing
    • Exposure to Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) and Service Organisation Control (SOC)
    • Experience of finance, HR and procurement and associated systems

    Empiric is one of the fastest-growing technology and transformation recruitment agency's specialising in data, digital, cloud and security. We supply technology and change recruitment services to businesses looking for both contract and permanent professionals. We are committed to delivering more female candidates and those from minority backgrounds and be instrumental in changing the gender and diversity imbalance within the tech sector.

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