- Start ASAP | Canberra Location | Multiple roles
- 12 month engagement + 2 x extension options up to 12 months
- Australian Citizen - Must have a NV1 clearance
FinXL IT Professional Services is an established innovative Australian company providing technology enabled business solutions and consulting services across a number of industries including Government, Telecommunications, Commercial and Finance. We currently have more than 850 consultants assisting our clients across Australia and are continuing to grow at a rapid pace. Through the delivery of services and implementation of new systems, processes and technology, we assist our clients to gain competitive advantage and reach new heights.
FinXL are looking to engage 1 Lead Business Analyst and 1 Business Analyst to assist in identifying, documenting user, business needs and requirements.
Lead Business Analyst will assist in development of business proposals and conceptual designs for new and enhanced capabilities to support the planning and conduct of Defence operations requirement for information sharing with the broader mission.
The Business Analysts will assist in identifying and documenting user and business needs and requirements for initial scooping and development activities, leading to production of Investment Cases.
Development and maintenance of effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders and international counterparts in order to deliver business outcomes.
FinXL fosters a high-performing, inclusive workplace built on a foundation of excellence, respect and dignity. We take corporate social responsibility seriously through our ongoing activities with communities and staff involvement in these efforts. We are committed to environmentally friendly practices in both our own operations and our work with clients.
To be considered please send in your application to Kara - Mia Le and you can call on 02 6243 6437 to discuss further.
FinXL does not accept unsolicited resumes or appreciate unsolicited calls from recruitment agencies.
FinXL encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.