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An exciting and meaningful opportunity for a Business Analyst has arisen within one of Melbourne's longest serving Not for Profit organisations. You will be a vital link in the website redevelopment project, aligning digital requirements with the IT capacity and business objectives. The role will be a key link between stakeholders and the ICT and Marketing and Communications teams to ensure business/user and digital requirements are scoped and documented accordingly in the RFP.
Throughout the remainder of 2017/2018 our client will undertake the construction of a new website to meet the growth demands of the organisation
- to do so an RFP process will be undertaken. The project aims to provide more flexibility in how the client markets to their customers and increase their analytics on behavioral data, whilst ensuring that the chosen vendor can also deliver a flexible and future ready platform.
- Define technical configuration requirements
- Elicit business and functional requirement specifications
- Document all findings for the organisations website redevelopment RFP
- Conduct vendor research and selection activities
- Recommend content management systems that will meet the organisations business, digital and compliance needs based on the final RFP
- Gather requirements for integrating business processes into customer acquisition and retention portal
- Develop website functional and system design specifications
- Translate these specifications into interface mock-ups and process flows
- Actively engage and identify key stakeholders
- Project experience with a focus on website re-development
- Previous experience with content management systems
- Understanding of customer/user experience design and behavioral data and analytics
- Previously involved in eliciting RFP and vendor selection
- An understanding of the NDIS would also be of an advantage
Ideally you will have the below experience:
If you are looking for a new challenge, wanting to make a long last difference in the community and have the required experience please apply now. For any questions please email Bradley Wills at Bradley.Wills@Hudson.com .
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