KTP Associate - Business Systems Analyst

University of Plymouth

Anticipated interview date: 5 October 2017.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Business Systems Analyst to work on an innovative collaboration between Bluefruit and University of Plymouth.

A unique opportunity for a recently qualified Information Management or Business Studies Graduate to work on a joint project under Knowledge Transfer Partnership between Bluefruit and the University of Plymouth. The key objective of this role is to analyse and interpret standards and translate these into a self-assessment model that manages compliance for software development.

You will have a good first degree with a minimum 2.1 (Hons) in a relevant subject such as Information Management, Business Studies, or Law. A masters qualification in a complementary subject such as Computer Science or Information Management or similar would be advantageous.

You will have a strong command of English language with the ability to accurately interpret complex standards. Excellent communication skills with the ability to understand complex technical information and convey this into easily understood instructions is essential to the post. You will have a competency in business systems modelling and understanding of quality assurance techniques.  Your personal qualities will include a passion for creating solutions with a positive attitude to change and excellent analytical skills and an informed, evidence-based approach. You will have the ability to contribute to a team effort whilst being a self-starter, highly motivated, and willing to take the project lead. You will need a logical approach to problem solving and a methodical, investigative, and inquisitive mind comfortable working in an agile environment. You will be tenacious with a drive to succeed.

Bluefruit Software are world leading embedded software specialists based in Cornwall. Embedded software is an integral component of all electronic devices worldwide, bringing functionality, usability, and reliability to everything from medical instruments and laboratory equipment to helicopters and cars. With a team of over 30 multi-skilled and talented development and test engineers, Bluefruit have excelled in developing bespoke embedded software for a range of prestigious blue chip organisations across multiple industries - including the automotive, audio, and aerospace sectors - whilst maintaining a customer-focused approach integral to successful project delivery.

University of Plymouth is one of the UK's Top 5 modern universities (Times Higher Education '150 Under 50' 2016 league table), and has a strong reputation for innovation. We are at the heart of Plymouth and play a key role in the civic, cultural, social, and economic life of our vibrant waterfront city.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is one of Europe’s leading graduate recruitment programmes helping businesses to improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology, and skills that reside within the UK knowledge base. The successful candidate will receive technical support and mentoring from Andy Phippen and Ismini Vasileiou from University of Plymouth as well as practical and formal management training and development.

This post will be based in Redruth, Cornwall. This is a full-time post working 37 hours per week on a fixed-term basis for 2 years.

For further information please contact Kim Kemp (kim.kemp@plymouth.ac.uk).

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