Senior Business Analyst at Home Office, Remote/UK Office, 6 Months, £Contract Rate

  • Contract Spy
  • Remote (United Kingdom)
  • Nov 25, 2021
6 Months or more

Contract Description

Senior Business Analyst - Inside IR35

Contract Term: 6 Months

Contracting Authority: The Home Office

Location: Remote/Croydon, Manchester, Liverpool, and Sheffield

The first duty of Government is to protect the public. Since 1782, the Home Office has led work to keep the country safe from those who seek to do it harm; in doing so, we make a vital contribution to HM Government’s plan for a stronger, fairer, outward-looking and united Britain.

The Home Office covers three systems: Homeland Security, Public Safety and Borders, and Immigration and Citizenship. These systems work collaboratively to deliver our cross-cutting priorities, whilst providing increasingly efficient and secure services for the public. These are difficult areas that can rapidly change in the global environment we work in – this makes us one of the most exciting and stimulating government departments in which to work.

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Main Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Undertake investigative work to determine business opportunities, and specify effective business processes;
  • Specify their implementation through improvements in information systems, data management, practices, organisation, and equipment.
  • Conduct investigations for strategy studies, requirements specifications and feasibility studies; Maintain technical awareness at a level where alternatives can be analysed, modelled, and classified according to technical feasibility and non-functional characteristics.
  • Assess and advise on the practicability of alternatives, marrying up technical limitations with operational realities.
  • Take responsibility as needed for the detailed specification and modelling of recommended solutions.
  • Apply available standards, methods and tools in an intelligent and effective way and produce a consistently high standard of documentation.
  • Define, plan, and justify (in business terms) projects to develop/implement automated and non-automated components of new or changed processes.
  • Assist clients/users in defining acceptance criteria for testing of automated systems.
  • Produce business models in support of business strategy.
  • Cross-check various model elements for inconsistencies and incompleteness e.g. finite state models against use case models, class diagrams against business rules, case post conditions against class diagrams.
  • Elicit and record business rules and confirm them with business experts.
  • Contribute to evaluating the factors which must be addressed in change programmes including cultural, organisational, and business constraints affecting options for change.
  • Assess the risks, costs, and potential benefits of alternative business process designs.

 

 

Required for the role:

 

  • Security clearance required: SC
  • Knowledge of business change frameworks and how they are applied to deliver seamless transition to new ways of working
  • Communication, and analytical skills to ensure the team’s plans and objectives are achieved
  • Awareness/knowledge of the commercial process
  • Understanding of Indices, fundamentals, and analytical data, returns level data etc.
  • Technical Understanding
  • Experience working on large scale projects as well as handling day-to-day operational requests from the business.
  • Strong project management, ability to successfully manage multiple tasks at any given point.