A Lloyd's Syndicate is recruiting in the operations team for a experienced Business Analyst with a salalry of £65,000 and hybrid working!
A central resource to support the Managing Agency's primary functions of underwriting, claims, finance, actuarial and risk management.
Analyse and document "as is" business processes. Evaluate the current state of business process and model the "to be" business processes and map the processes such as Future at Lloyds and other change programmes.
You are required to build strong productive relationships with the business, IT teams and external third parties in order to deliver effective solutions.
You will be required to document, define and analyse functional and non-functional requirements for change to business systems and coordinate and communicate this change to internal and external delivery teams, external vendors, infrastructure team and 3rd party application teams to support the analysis of application changes. This will be a hands on role that will see you working and functioning as a pivotal part of the change team, ensuring that technology is at the heart of our business.
Conduct requirements gathering sessions with various levels of the business and IT, ensuring that strategic needs are being met and incremental benefits realised
Definition of procedural activities surrounding systems and processing e.g. activities performed around year end.
Define and document, User guides, Training materials, System interfaces, Test scripts
Support in the gathering and documenting of business requirements and development of business cases with agreed costs and benefits.
Support in the prioritisation of issues and changes.
Working closely with our Project Management Team to contribute to project planning.
Conduct and analyse feasibility studies/impact assessments, regarding technology and process change.
Minimum 2 years insurance experience, within the Lloyd's market.
Strong business analysis skills and system background. Knowledge of Sequel Eclipse, XLPro, DocoSoft, DA SATS and Cloud based technology would be highly regarded.