NHS - Business Change Analyst
|Rate||Dependent upon experience|
|Duration||end of March 2022|
|Contract Type||Project Solutions|
|Do you need a DBS?||No|
Full Job Details
We are looking for a Business Change Analyst to support one of our NHS customers with a new programme of work.
Primary responsibility will include working closely with clinical teams to help them understand the impact of change and support them through implementation.
Although primarily remote working, there will be a requirement to be on site for up to two days per week in the future.
Key skills and experience required includes the following;
- Provide guidance and thought leadership to plan and implement successful business change in clinical departments
- Complete change management impact assessments to understand situations and readiness to change
- Identify, analyse and prepare risk mitigation tactics to reduce the potential for the negative impact of change and to maximise the chance of success
- Create actionable deliverables for the five change management levers: communications plan, sponsor roadmap, coaching plan, training plan, resistance management plan
- Establish an efficient collaborative working relationship with the clinical stakeholders, technical teams, project teams and third parties
- Identify and manage anticipated resistance
- Support and engage senior leaders; coach managers and supervisors; manage stakeholders
- Support organizational design and definition of roles and responsibilities
- Integrate change management activities into the overall project plans
- Evaluate and ensure user readiness
- Taking the lead on transition management, ensuring that business as usual is maintained during the transition and the changes are effectively integrated into the business
- Preparing affected business areas for transition to new ways of working
- Optimising the timing of the release of project deliverables into business operations
- Obtaining assurance for the sponsoring group or SRO that the delivery of new capability is compatible with the realisation of benefits
- Working with the programme manager to ensure that the work of the programme, including the scope of each project, covers the necessary aspects required to deliver the products or services that will lead to operational benefits
- Identifying, defining and tracking the benefits and outcomes required of the programme
- Ensuring that maximum improvements are made in existing and new business operations as groups of projects deliver their products into operational use
- Establishing and implementing the mechanisms by which benefits can be delivered and measured
- Leading the activities associated with benefits realisation and ensuring that continued accrual of benefits can be achieved and measured after the programme has been completed
- Work with the project managers and other members of the PMO to support the delivery of the Elective Recovery Programme
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