Business Analyst

Launch Recruitment

The position will work with key stakeholders in the Screening and Prevention Division to understand and document relevant requirements

  • CBD Location
  • 9 Month Contract with a view to extend
  • $ 700 - $770 Including Super p/d

The Institute supports and promotes best practice; working to ensure people across the state, no matter where they live, are provided the same high-quality treatment and care that is vital to optimising the outcomes and quality of life for people.


The position will work with key stakeholders in the Screening and Prevention Division to understand and document relevant requirements for information system, processes and workflows relating to clinical, administrative and support environments. The role requires strong negotiation, business analysis, analytical, documentation and some project management skills in order to translate business needs into functional requirements for the multiple projects.

Key accountabilities/tasks
  • Undertake business gap analyses and evaluations to identify disparities, operational requirements and system capabilities.
  • Perform business analysis activities for programs and services across the Division, including requirements analysis, scoping projects and developing project proposals and plans to ensure optimal outcomes in line with Divisional requirements.
  • Document requirements related to business issues, functions and processes and translate requirements to support the technical development of systems.
  • Monitor the development and implementation of systems to ensure the achievement of key milestones in line with business requirements.
  • Utilise standard project planning framework to improve the efficiency of delivery.
  • Undertake change activities to support the effective adoption of systems and processes including the development of end user training and documentation.
  • Develop and implement systems and processes to enhance capability and optimise service delivery in line with Divisional requirements.
  • Contribute to the development, implementation and improvement of policies and procedures to support efficient operations in line with specified objectives.
Essential requirements
  • Tertiary qualifications in Health Information Management, Information Technology or related discipline or demonstrated equivalent professional experience and training.
  • Extensive experience in analysing and documenting clinical and non clinical workflows in a complex health environment.
  • Extensive experience in defining, documenting, validating and delivering business requirements related to clinical and non clinical information systems in a complex health environment.
  • Demonstrated use of change management methodologies and tools to deliver successful outcomes.
  • Excellent interpersonal, influencing and negotiation skills with demonstrated experience engaging, collaborating and influencing a range of stakeholders to achieve optimal business outcomes.
  • Well developed organising, analytical thinking and problem solving, skills, the capacity to successfully manage competing priorities and meet deadlines.