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Jr Business Analyst

If you enjoy evaluating and analysing software, creating digital solutions, communicating with a variety of people and have a good grasp of information technology, keeping track of business requirements of various organizations, keep records at strategic meetings, understand key action points during meetings. A career as a business analyst could be for you.

As a business analyst, you’ll work within an organisation, helping to manage change and plan for the future in line with company goals. This could be for one specific project, or as a permanent feature of the organisation. You’ll need to understand the current organisational situation, identify future needs and create solutions to help meet those needs, in relation to information and software systems, you will also need to follow up and make sure all is in order and on track as expected and directed.

You’ll need to demonstrate excellent understanding of the way the organisation works and the sector it operates in, as you will be helping the organisation to develop its functions, services and products to meet goals with internal and external stakeholders.

You will also play a key role in communicating between internal departments and external parties, acting as a ‘translator’ where necessary to incorporate how information technology can support the organisation’s needs.

Our business analysts can pursue careers as a/an

  • Solutions architect;
  • Software/business systems analyst;
  • Enterprise analyst;
  • Management consultant;
  • Process analyst;
  • Product manager;
  • Product owner;
  • Requirements engineer;
  • Systems analyst;


As a Junior business analyst, you will need to::

  • Communicate with internal colleagues to understand the needs of departments and the organization as a whole;
  • Work with external stakeholders to understand and investigate feedback into the service/function/product provided;
  • Use data organising practices to analyse your findings and create suggestions for strategic and operational improvements and changes;
  • Consider the opportunities and potential risks attached to the suggestions you have made;
  • Identify the processes and information technology required to introduce your recommendations;
  • Gain agreement, usually from senior management, of the best method of introducing your recommendations to the business;
  • Communicate the benefits of your recommendations across departments and help to address any uncertainty and concern;
  • Produce written documentation to support your work, report on your findings and to present to stakeholders when necessary;
  • Support the staff and teams in making the recommended changes, including helping to resolve any issues;
  • Ensure plans are made and processes are created to evaluate the impact of the changes made,
  • Including taking responsibility for overseeing and reporting on this evaluation.

Working hours

Your working hours may vary, depending on whether you are a permanent employee (in which case you could expect to work full time, usually Monday to Fridays with some weekend work), or on contract (where you may work longer hours during the week and sometimes weekends in order to complete project-based work within a specific time-frame).

You will need to have a flexible approach to working extra hours when the need arises.

What to expect

There is no formal qualification needed to become a Business Analyst at cyber studio, though we will prefer applicants to have a technical qualification,Relevant to our work:

  • You could make significant change and impact within your role, making a substantial difference to the success of a company and the satisfaction of its employees, both of which can be very rewarding.
  • You will work to deadlines and juggle multiple projects, which gives lots of variety but can be stressful. The role is largely location-based but will require travel to meet different internal and external stakeholders.
  • You will need to demonstrate a high level of professionalism and formal dress is the norm.


Competition for business analyst positions is high, so having a degree is a distinct advantage. This could be in a relevant subject such as business information systems or business computing systems, but could also be from other disciplines, As long as they are relative.

Relevant experience of managing projects can provide a pathway into working as a business analyst, although this is more likely for someone with a few years’ industry experience, rather than someone looking to begin their career in this field.


You will need:

  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to talk to and present to a range of audiences, sometimes acting as a translator between parties;
  • The ability to motivate others and lead change;
  • The ability to work under pressure on multiple projects within your project time frames;
  • A passion for creating solutions with a positive attitude to change;
  • Excellent analytical skills and an informed, evidence-based approach;
  • A strong interest in business and business development;
  • A good understanding of information technology;

Work experience

Business analysis exists in almost every sector, from not-for-profit organisations through to retail and the financial services. It is a fast-paced and competitive industry so gaining work experience is essential.

You could have experience from voluntary work with small enterprises to help improve a particular function of their organization;

Strong knowledge in information technology, digital marketing is a must basic knowledge in SEO would be to an advantage.

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