Business Analyst at Nine Feet Tall, Bristol, to £350 per day

£250 - £350 per day
  • Contract Spy
  • Bristol BS1, UK
  • Sep 13, 2019
Duration not stated

Contract Description

Are you an experienced Business Analyst with strong legal sector experience? At Nine Feet Tall we currently have opportunities for consultants with business analysis expertise to work with us on a contract (Associate) basis, working on-site with legal sector clients in the Bath and Bristol area.

Nine Feet Tall is an award-winning management consultancy, with deep expertise in project and change management. Over the past fourteen years we've delivered more than £100m in value for clients across a range of industry sectors. Whilst our projects are often complex, our approach is simple - we deliver quality work that adds real value to organisations. For us this means developing close relationships with clients, tailoring our approach rather than applying a 'one size fits all' method, listening instead of telling, and focusing on actions not words to make change happen.

Our Associates are an integral part of our team. We place value on the expertise and industry knowledge they bring and like to work with associates on a long-term relationship basis. In return, we provide a supportive environment, challenging and dynamic clients and access to exciting project opportunities.

Previous experience as a Business Analyst in the legal sector is vital for success in this role. You will need to be able to demonstrate that you:

●Have worked on key business and IT transformation projects within law firms.

●Are keen to work in a consultancy capacity, supporting clients with business transformation and change projects, rather that BAU work.

●Can develop excellent working relationships on projects, within your project team and with client stakeholders.

●Have exceptional communication and influencing skills, with the ability to run effective workshops.

●Bring creativity and commercial awareness.

●Are educated to degree level.

We can only accept applications from candidates with the current Right to Work in the UK.