Our recruitment experience in technology business analyst jobs
We have been a technology business analyst market-leading recruiter for more than 30 years, which puts us in an ideal position to offer a wide range of business analyst roles for both established organisations and rapidly growing start-ups. This includes senior business analysts, and system analyst jobs across various sectors, such as insurance, retail and financial services.
As your lifelong partner, we have the expertise and knowledge of business analyst jobs to ensure you are equipped to achieve your career ambitions.
Technology business analyst employers we work with
We work with technology business analyst employers across the country, including London, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Bradford, Hatfield, Glasgow and Manchester.
Combined with our knowledge through scale and deep understanding, you can find the right location and employer to suit your needs.
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TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS ANALYST JOBS FAQs
Technology business analyst salaries will differ depending on the role, location and the experience of the individual. A junior business analyst working in London might expect to earn £35,000-50,000 per year, while a senior equivalent could see £65,000-90,000.
A technology business analyst must be, first and foremost, a critical thinker. You must be logical and be driven by facts. Secondly, you must be able to put in place efficient communication between departments and people involved.
A good business analyst must be an expert in what they are dealing with. They must be fully aware of what their roles in business are and what is expected of them.
Due to a shortage in skilled technology business analysts though, many organisations are prioritising proven experience over qualifications.