Functional Analyst

Functional Analyst


  • You analyze business users' requests and needs and model them in order to establish a complete description of the client's needs for the project's technical implementation
  • You define detailed functional specifications
  • You identify and define opportunities to simplify, improve or adapt business processes with IT solutions
  • You ensure the quality of the project until its delivery by participating in the realization of test plans and their execution
  • You are the contact person, regarding functional aspects, for the team working on the project 


  • You have a master in computer science or you are a Civil, Industrial or Business Engineer
  • You have experience with Domain-Driven Design
  • You master Agile methodologies
  • You master at least one IT modeling tool: Visual Paradigm, Enterprise architect,...
  • You master the techniques of analysis and modeling of business processes and IT systems: UML, BPMN, ...
  • You are rigorous and able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • You search for pragmatic solutions
  • You have good listening, interpersonal and organizational skills
  • You have a logical and analytical mind
  • You have a very good knowledge of French and of at least one of the following languages: English or Dutch


  • Full-time, permanent contract
  • Relaxed work atmosphere
  • You get the opportunity to work in the fields of advanced technologies, information technology and telecom
  • A position with varied tasks, in a growing SME that leaves room for autonomy, initiative and accountability
  • Attractive salary
  • Fringe benefits: company car, electronic meal and eco vouchers, hospitalization insurance, end-of-year bonus and also a yearly bonus related to the company profits
  • Flexible working hours
  • Location: Brussels or Charleroi or Leuze-en-Hainaut (teleworking possibilities)


Interested in this position? Send an email to with your resume and motivation letter. :-)

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