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A Product Analyst works closely with the Product Manager and Product Delivery Team to ensure the product requirements are understood and that product development progresses according to quality expectations. A Product Analyst works on the tactical and operations side of product delivery. They understand a broad range of technologies and can easily articulate complex issues and translate between non-technical stakeholders and technical practitioners. They contribute in any technical capacity with the product delivery team depending on the need. They are able to apply analysis techniques and present clear and understandable findings to the team. They take ownership of resolving problems identified in products in their scope.
A. JOB PROFILE
Analyse and synthesize data in order to present clear findings that inform decisions.
Partner with Product Managers and clients to identify, document and evaluate product requirements and roadmaps
Work with Product Managers to collect and understand quantitative product data and metrics to understand product performance
Provide product support when needed, and generate hypothesis on possible product problems
Create, maintain and update product information, and act as an expert internally and externally
Understand users of the product and can identify who they are and what their needs are based on evidence.
Manages and executes formalised Product testing as part of the delivery cycle.
Designs, writes and iterates code from prototype to production-ready in the Low Code / No Code space
Is able to communicate effectively across organisational, technical and political boundaries, understanding the context
B. PERSON PROFILE
KEY KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Business Analysis Certification
Junior: Minimum 3 years in a Business Analysis / Product Analysis role
Agile & Lean Practises
Business Improvement & Business Modeling
Business Process Testing
Requirements definition and management
Stakeholder Relationship Management
1. JOB PURPOSE
Why the post created was or what value does it add to the organization, i.e. one sentence to describe what is done, how it is done and why it is done.
2. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (KPA’S)
For which aspects are you responsible?
Brief statements which describe the major activities and contributions of this position and measures applied to determine performance.
3. DIMENSIONS (FINANCIAL)
Rand values e.g. budget. Unit measures i.e. number of clients/ disciplines/suppliers/projects/machines.
4. STAFF (PEOPLE MEASURES)
Number of immediate subordinates or number of employees your service supports and information and systems i.e. organization wide information services and support services.
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6. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Minimum requirements to be successful in the position. Practical experience.
7. KEY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Professional/Technical Skills/Management Skills.
Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.
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