It’s time to go places

Description

Ryanair Labs is the technology brand of Ryanair, a start-up inside a corporation and a state of-the-art digital & IT innovation hub creating Europe’s Leading Travel Experience for customers. More than 600 IT enthusiasts are working on unique projects transforming aviation for Pilots, Cabin Crew and Ground Operations, as well as driving the tech experience for our customers. With a collaboration of our Dublin, Madrid, Wroclaw and Portugal Labs teams, we have an ambitious roadmap to become digital leaders and pioneers.

The Role

As a business analyst you will work closely with business owners from discovery to implementation of new products driving Ryanair’s strategic vision. As part of an agile development team you will play a key role in defining and shaping projects and approaches to delivery. This is an exciting opportunity for highly motivated individuals to work in a fast-paced airline operations environment.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with stakeholders to translate strategic initiatives into project requirements.
  • Translate high-level business requirements into user stories and work as part of agile development team to deliver new products.
  • Work with product owners to develop and prioritise product backlog
  • Work closely with scrum masters to ensure requirements are managed in a manner that ensures agile best practices are maintained.

Requirements

  • Strong experience of Process Design and Business Analysis
  • At least 3 years of developing requirements and creating user stories
  • Experience of working in agile teams, responsive to changing business priorities
  • Strong documentations skills
  • Strong Communicating and Influencing skills
  • Experience of Stakeholder Management
  • Strong motivated self starter with a desire to progress their career as part of our ambitious growth strategy.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Discounted and unlimited travel to over 230 destinations
  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme
  • Hybrid Working Model
  • Death in Service Benefit – Up to 2 times of salary
  • 20 Days Annual Leave – Increasing to 22 days after 12 months and 25 days after 3 years of continuous service.
  • Option for up to 5 additional unpaid leave days per year
  • Cycle 2 Work Scheme
  • Unrivalled career progression

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