Business Analyst / Technical Architect (Government)

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    IT

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £600 - £800 per day

  • Contact:

    Experis UK

  • Contact email:

    Harriet.Hughes@experis.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    12206_1586278549

  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    9 Months

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-08

  • Client:

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An opportunity for an experienced Business Analyst or Technical Architect with specialist knowledge of construction engineering and procurement processes, to formulate digital outcomes and specifications which align with strategy, capture technical and business requirements, are fit for the assurance of procurement of digital outcomes, including procurement route, to put in place contracts that meet future data asset management needs.


You will work with lead representatives of the following stakeholders:
Engineering, IT and procurement teams consisting of staff within the following areas:
Programme Team, Security, Fire, Communications, Facilities, logistics, Digital and Procurement.
Third party suppliers; especially utilities.
Potential future suppliers.

Key Skills/Experience

  • Stakeholder needs and modelling requirements using comprehensive analytical tools and techniques; including normative analysis
  • Energy analytical and modelling experience; existing .v. forecast under defined changes, technologies, smart grid and operating models; also including dynamic measurement and condition-sensing of poor energy performance
  • Evidence of business process modelling, analysis and re-design skills and experience of applying asset management to optimise whole-life costs of managing a major asset or portfolio
  • Evidence of ecosystem taxonomy, design and interface issue resolution, including technical, contractual and accessing and management of large data asset content; particularly information management processes to support building information modelling
  • Process re-design, optimisation and mapping of future operating states. Producing As-Is and To-Be operational models; particularly in the context of UK Government construction strategy
  • Stakeholder management skills, and the ability to communicate and build relationships effectively with a broad range of people, both verbally and in writing
  • Experience of acting as conduit between development team and stakeholders in translating requirements into both technical and non-technical speak/language to facilitate communications and engagement
  • Demonstrable experience in writing criteria, specifications and requirements, technical designs validation and transfer of accurate, complete and unambiguous information at asset transfer
  • Evidence of translating complex technical requirements into procurement documents Experience of engaging with suppliers and stakeholders to agree process designs
  • Experience of risk identification, quantification and the choice and implementation of management mitigation techniques and processes
  • Experience in developing digital outputs consistent with major strategies. In this case, the Government's Industrial Strategy for Construction 2025 and the Government Construction Strategy: 2016-2020
  • Working knowledge of the standard government 5-case business case model
  • Previous experience working with Public Sector clients
  • Knowledge and understanding of contract law

Business Architect / Technical Architect, Stakeholder, Modelling, Analytical, Analytics, Normative Analysis, Energy Analytic, Smart Grid, Operating Model, Dynamic Measurement, Condition-Sensing, Poor Energy Performance, Business Process Modelling, BPM, Asset Management, Ecosystem Taxonomy, Issue Resolution, Data, Information Management, Building Information Modelling, Re-Design, As Is, To Be, Government, Construction, Procurement Documents, Risk Identification, Risk Quantification, Management Mitigation, Digital Outputs, Government Industrial Strategy for Construction 2025, Government Construction Strategy: 2016-2020, 5-Case Business Case Model, Public Sector, Contract Law.