• Category:
    Business professional
  • Unit:
    Transformation & Project Management
  • Location:

We have an excellent opportunity for a Business Analyst to join our inclusive and talented Transformation and Project Management team. You will be joining at an exciting time as we continue to grow and look for innovative ways to improve our internal processes and client offering. 

As our Business Analyst you will be responsible for leading requirements gathering workshops and a range of other ways to elicit, define and document the requirements needed for IT or business change initiatives.  You will work with internal SMEs, product owners, senior staff and get the opportunity to work with external suppliers.

To be successful as our Business Analyst, you will need experience in:

  • Working with a mix of business and technical projects and programmes.
  • Process mapping for As Is/To Be business processes.
  • Facilitating requirements gathering workshops.
  • Skills with data mapping/modelling and other data analysis.
  • Supporting with UAT requirements for the QA process.
  • Be qualified, or working towards, BCS Business Analyst Diploma (or equivalent) and ideally already Practitioner level (or equivalent).
  • A proven ability to manage competing project demands and time-critical schedules.
  • Excellent inter-personal communication and stakeholder management skills.
  • Strong documentation and presentation skills, ideally including PowerPoint and Visio.

We work in a fast-paced environment where adaptability and resilience are key to success in this role.  Our Transformation and Project Management team is well established and as a result of the hard work and dedication that our people have shown, we are considered an essential part of delivering exceptional service and outstanding work that Burges Salmon is so well known for.  This role will be busy, challenging but at the same time rewarding. 

About Burges Salmon

Our six core values – Ambition, Collaboration, Commitment, Fairness, Quality and Respect - are at the heart of everything we do and help to shape our unique culture. As well as high quality work and exciting development opportunities, we offer our people a professional, friendly and sociable working environment with a real sense of community.

A full overview of all the benefits of working at Burges Salmon can be found on the ‘working at Burges Salmon' section of our careers page.

We are delighted to have been named RollOnFriday's 'Best Law Firm to Work At' 2024, for the third year in a row, and also named as one of The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2023 for the second year running.  Our commitment to excellence has recently been recognised by the IIP, which awarded us Platinum certification for investment in people.

It's important to us that our organisation represents the diverse community in which we operate and we encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and identities. As a Disability Confident Leader we will provide a fully accessible recruitment process and offer an interview to disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job. We're committed to finding the right person for this role and are open to discussing flexible working, full time or part time working patterns.

For more information please see the job description attached below, any questions regarding the role or the interview process please contact Sophie Russell (Resourcing Advisor) at Sophie.Russell@Burges-Salmon.com

This advert will close as soon as we receive sufficient applications so please apply as soon as you can to be considered.


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Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS2 0ZX

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25 days annual leave
2 paid days leave volunteering
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