Date: 01 March 2018 to 03 April 2018
What do we offer?
As part of the Lhasa team you will work with exceptionally talented technical and scientific colleagues who are focused on developing high quality software and science to support the delivery of life enhancing products and making a positive contribution to a reduction in animal testing.
Our charitable status enables us to make altruistic decisions for the public benefit and to work with some of the leading organisations in the world to really make a difference. Lhasa’s collaborative approach is widely trusted by our member organisations and ensures that we are able to access privileged information helping our people to gain the job satisfaction that arises from working on something special.
Salary is expected to be up to £36,904 p.a depending on skills and experience. Lhasa provides a generous pension scheme, 34 days personal holiday allowance plus statutory holidays and extensive training.
Join us if you want your career to make a positive impact for yourself and others.
Telephone interviews are expected to take place week commencing 9th April, with successful candidates invited for interview in Leeds week commencing 16th April.
Who are we looking for?
Applicants should be educated to degree level or equivalent, preferably in a scientific discipline and have experience of requirements gathering, analysis and management. Some knowledge of software development processes and agile (Scrum) including the Product Owner role would be an advantage.
Excellent communication, negotiation and influencing skills are essential as is the ability to meet deadlines, adapt quickly to changing circumstances and work across multiple concurrent projects.
We are seeking a Business Analyst to join the Product Management Team to shape the development of new products and define enhancements to our existing market-leading and internationally recognised life sciences software. Working in an agile environment and fulfilling the Product Owner role, you will be responsible for managing requirements and associated acceptance criteria throughout their lifecycle including discovery, elaboration, prioritisation and implementation.