Our DNA The Workshop is a tech company that develops incredible software for the online gaming industry. Living by the motto “Fearlessly Forward,” innovation is at the centre of everything we do, whether it’s our games, new products and technologies. We understand that great ideas come from great people, and great people thrive when they’re trusted to challenge, change, improve, and perfect our products and processes.
Our strength lies in the diversity of our skills, and that comes from the diversity of our people. The Workshop is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other, trust each other, and value collaboration. We welcome candidates of all genders, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, nationality, belief (or lack thereof,) and programming language preference. As an equal opportunity employer, we offer a pleasant, supportive place to work – whoever you are. It’s a place where you can try new ideas, take risks, and move Fearlessly Forward.
You’ll be critical to the product lifecycle as you capture business requirements though gathering requirements techniques and translate them into agile artefacts for our Agile delivery teams. Working hand-in-hand with your stakeholders – from clients and business sponsors to agile engineers – you’ll define AS-IS and TO-BE processes, pinpoint limitations and recommend improvements. In short, you’ll be a key person in creating our next products.
It means getting all business requirements defined in detail for our Agile delivery teams and checking that any new functionality is exactly how it was requested in the business requirements. As part of that, you’ll be closely involved in all agile meetings which require requirements clarifications, requirements prioritization and new functionality feedback.
You’ll be part of a super-motivated business analysis team spread across all Agile delivery teams. Each Agile team includes product and technical leadership, development, architecture, quality assurance, and project management functions.
What you’ll do
Capture business requirements for a variety of products in different areas of the organization.Engage with IT and the business to understand how data-driven changes to process, products, services can improve efficiencies and add value.Identify and prioritize technical and functional requirements based on business value.Carry out market research to help identify improvements to existing products and tools.Translate business requirements into functional and non-functional requirements using agile artefacts.Identify customer journeys and user flows and incorporate them into the analysis and requirements for each deliverable.Analyze and manage any day-to-day requirements changes keeping business sponsors and agile delivery teams informed.
What you’ll bring
Demonstrated experience in Business AnalysisHave a curious mind with a passion for problem solving, detail-oriented, organized and have good facilitation skillsGeneral understanding of how systems, products and tools workExperience in requirements leadership across more development teamsDemonstrated experience in stakeholders management as well as gathering and documenting requirements techniques using Agile artefactsAbility to understand and work with the product life-cycle and its impact on the wider organizationExposed to working in agile methodologies with the in-house development teams (e.g. writing user stories, when to apply Scrum/Kanban/other competing approach)Good at getting things done in a fast-paced, fast-changing environmentBCS Foundation in Business Analysis Certification or any equivalent certification is a plus
What’s in it for you
Our Inventors enjoy…
A generous relocation package.
Medical insurance for you and your family
A free private bus between the office and Malaga city centre
Free English or Spanish language classes
Fun socials – from weekly drinks to big seasonal events. We’ve even got a football team
An in-office massage service
Soft drinks and fresh fruit
A games room
Regular Hackathons (for techies) and Designathons (for code-phobes)
Six weeks’ paid leave for each four years of service
Sound good? Then we’d love to hear from you.