Business Analyst (Digital UK)

This job is closed and is displayed for reference only. 

Job Summary

Reference DUK10049
Location London
Salary Competitive 
Hours 37.5
Closing Date 11 October 2019 at Midnight

Business Analyst - Strategy, Business Development and Product team (6 month Fixed Term Contract)

Digital UK leads the development of Freeview, the nation’s most widely used television service. It is owned and funded by its shareholders, the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Arqiva. 
Freeview is the largest TV platform in the country and is used in 18 million homes, giving viewers access to the country’s most popular TV shows, for free.  Its connected TV service, Freeview Play is now actively used in almost 5m households. It brings together the best of the UK’s free content, live and on-demand. 

We are a dynamic company and our culture is both supportive and collaborative. We are ambitious and growing fast and, following a five year shareholder agreement signed in 2018, we have major plans for Freeview’s future growth.

We are looking for an experienced Business Analyst to support the Product team during a busy period.   You’ll be responsible for reviewing our current product specification and development systems and process.?You’ll  work on implementing an information structure and workflow using collaboration tools such as Jira/Confluence that meets our current and future business needs and supports interactions with multiple internal and external stakeholders. You’ll have experience of supporting full Agile and Waterfall software development lifecycles and have strong analytical skills. You’ll be a great team player, be able to manage different stakeholders effectively.

We offer a competitive reward package and salary will be dependent on experience.



Closing Date: 11th October 2019
Completed CVs:


Full Role Description

Please ensure that you do not apply for this post via the Channel 4 Jobs website. THIS IS NOT A CHANNEL 4 VACANCY.

We ask that no external agencies send over CV's

Further information

Celebrating diversity is at the heart of Channel 4's purpose both on-screen and off-screen. Being different is therefore at our core - and we know that recruiting talent from diverse backgrounds encourages our workforce to be vibrant, creative and think differently. Our goal is also to be truly reflective of the makeup of society and we actively recruit from groups that are under-represented in the media sector. So we welcome difference be it ethnicity, religion, age, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.

We have won awards from Stonewall for our work on screen and in the workplace, we are a member of the Business Disability Forum, and we are signed up as a Disability Confident employer with the Department of Work & Pensions. Channel 4 also won the company National Diversity Award - 2016. At the end of 2016 Channel 4 was awarded the National Equality Standard by EY, the only company ever to be placed at the highest level 'Institutionlised Inclusion'.

We understand that disabled people might have concerns about being discriminated against if they declare their disability when applying for a job. If that's you then don't worry - we will judge you on your abilities and fit against the job description. We are happy to discuss with you any adjustments you need to give you a level playing field during recruitment and then, if you're made an offer, we can then discuss with you the adjustments you might need to get on with the job and develop your career. Furthermore we can offer a guaranteed interview to any disabled applicant who meets the essential skills or experience listed above.

  • Stonewall logo
  • Business Disability Forum logo
  • Disability Confident employer logo
  • National Equality Standard logo