Our client is a digital design and tech studio based in Parnell, Auckland, with a growing team of 80+ designers, developers and producers. They work across a range of disciplines including but not limited to – AR, cloud, computer vision, deep learning, interactive 3D, natural language processing, machine learning, mobile front end, VR and 3D printing.
They are looking for an intermediate Business Analyst to join their team. You will have a proven track record in a Business Analyst / Product Analyst/ Product Owner role, ideally a technical / IT background with experience in UX, Development, Testing or Analytics.
You will have strong attention to detail with the ability to create high quality user stories, use cases, data models, workflows with multiple context scenarios, able to apply agile analysis techniques specifically for defining and creating user stories and acceptance criteria, as well as experience of using analysis tools and techniques including wireframes and business process modelling and well versed with reading and writing specifications and test cases with excellent presentation and communication skills and stakeholder management.
Solid experience of Agile delivery techniques and the ability to plan and work flexibly to multiple deadlines are essential.
This agency has a start-up buzz, very social and know how to have fun. They proudly invest in their team with ongoing training and personalised development plans. With a very flat structure, you can spark up a conversation with the CEO or anyone in senior management and they’ll treat you like family.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading agency with plenty of opportunities.
Send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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Well NZR don't need to be impartial. There only obligation is getting the best deal possible for their stakeholders. Interesting to hear Steve Tew say this deal was done inside of Skys exclusive negation window, so they didn't even explore ...
Why would you take a 5% share in a clearly dying company unless you know that your product is what allows Sky to hold NZ rugby fans to ransom? How can NZR possibly state that they are impartial next time ...
I find it quite pheasant to watch.
Did I like the ad? Yes Was I vaguely unsettled by it? Also yes. As someone who finds zombies and zombie horror to be very disturbing, the ad does its job a little too well. I can get over it ...
Looking good Aaron! Congrats on the new role.
Great to see an agency growing in WGTN. Well done!
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