At Brighte, we believe every Australian deserves access to a sustainable and comfortable home. How do we help Australian’s achieve this? We build innovative mobile and web platforms, responsible and seamless financial solutions, and relationships with customers and vendors that last. Our addressable market is massive and rooted in a positive mission that empowers Australian’s and the growing and critically important sustainability market.
We have been recognised for our incredible work in diversity and inclusion and have a leadership team that is passionate about building a high-performing culture where people feel a sense of belonging. If you’re keen to work for a mission-driven company, with smart people who live and breathe Brighte’s values, have a read below.
Brighte is rapidly growing and on a mission to make every home sustainable starting with 1 million Brighte powered homes. As a Business Analyst in the Internal Product team, you help drive the evolution of internal tools and platforms to help scale the business.
You will be responsible for analysing the current business processes, identify opportunities for improvement and work with the product teams to deliver new features for our customers.
The successful applicant will be user-centric and naturally investigative, possessing strong communication skills.
What you'll do
Working with stakeholders to understand their context, needs and concerns.Effectively identify and define business needs and problems spaces to enable a feasible solution scope to be developed.Gather, organise and synthesise large amounts of information from various sources.Translating requirements into detailed user stories and specs, including acceptance criteria, ensuring the stories can be tested.Engaging with the engineering teams (internal and external) to deliver the outcome.Maintaining consistent and constant communication with stakeholders, in alignment with the Product Managers.Developing documentation including Business Requirements documents and specs.
Who you are
Previous experience in Financial Services / FinTech is required (3 years)finPower product knowledge and experience is preferred.Strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.Good analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities.Ability to investigate and determine the root cause of issues and determine underlying needs for change.Excellent stakeholder management/engagement.Sound process mapping, process improvement and documentation skills.
Employee Share Options. We want to build a successful company which means sharing the potential upside together.Flexible working. It's all about balance so feel free to work from home when you need to.Generous Parental Leave Policy. We couldn't get where we are today without our families.Diversity and Inclusion. Winning Best Workplace Diversity award at the 2020 Finnies.Employee Assistance Program. For confidential financial, work, relationship, or wellbeing support. Recognition and Reward Brighte Stars program. We drive a culture of recognition and celebration by shining a light on our accomplishments and everyday victories.Nutritious food. A well-stocked pantry including free breakfast, daily fresh fruit, espresso coffee, yoghurt, Tim Tams and many more snacks to make work feel a little more like home. We've also got kombucha, beer, and wine on tap.End-of-Trip Facilities. Cycle into work, lock up your wheels, and have a shower in our end of trip facilities with towel service and hair dryers.
We’re a high performing team and proud to be backed by investors who believe in our mission and the opportunity we have ahead of us. Airtree Ventures, Mike Cannon-Brookes’ Grok Investments, Kim Jackson and Scott Farquhar’s Skip Capital as well as Qualgro Partners continue to help us scale our teams and products.
We’re recognised as one of Australia’s leading fintech companies, having been ranked the 6th fastest growing Technology Business in Australia in the Deloitte Fast 50/500 (2020) and winning the inaugural Finder Green Award (2020). We’ve also been recognised as a leading FinTech by the Australian Financial Review, Fintech Business Awards and KPMG.