Oxford, UK



The Role 

Preservica is seeking an Agile Business Analyst/Product Owner who will be responsible for identifying how opportunities and concepts can be converted into innovative product initiatives and features. You will work within the product team to transform and shape Preservica to ultimately deliver upon the product vision.

The main duties include gathering, understanding and acting on requirements. This means being heavily involved during all stages of the production process including planning, designing, developing, testing and being responsible for supporting the team delivering accurately and on time.


To be part of Preservica you need:

  • A well-rounded knowledge in software delivery and integration delivery, data storage or preservation knowledge is useful but not essential
  • The ability to work closely alongside developers; understand the technology, its capabilities and know what’s feasible
  • To work closely alongside the Product Manager and help turn high level requirements into deliverable product.
  • To be an expert in gathering requirements, creating user stories, defining acceptance criteria, producing accurate estimates and managing stakeholder expectations.
  • An understanding of the importance of extracting and creating functional specifications, user requests and user needs

You will also need to:

  • Work to tight deadlines, get involved in Scrum meetings, work VERY closely with the developers and testers and understand their realistic capabilities and provide feedback to the management team.
  • Be able to act as a proxy Product Manager sometimes, so you have to be very confident in supporting them and keen in helping manage the Product strategy and maintain the backlogs
  • Be personable and with great communication skills be pro-active, confident to present in front of clients when required
  • Be able to communicate with senior level stakeholders and involve yourself not just from the requirements gathering, but also guiding the team and advising on tricky situations
  • Be able to think on your feet, act autonomously and take responsibility.


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