Liverpool City Council is embarking on an exciting transformation portfolio of unprecedented breadth and scale. As a result, we're expanding our Transformation Team and we\'re hiring a fixed-term Business Analyst to work primarily on our ERP programme until the 31 March 2026.
The ERP programme will replace the Council's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, aiming to improve ways of working, streamline processes, and provide more options for self-service. The Business Analyst will play a key role in this work.
You have the chance to contribute to a new and growing team, and deliver real, tangible improvements throughout the organisation. We are working at the heart of this transformation and there has never been a more exciting time to join our team.
Our roles operate on a hybrid approach to allow flexibility between home working and office working at the Cunard Building. We like staff to be in the office 3 days a week.
You will work closely with the business to review complex services and processes, and identify improvements and opportunities
You will identify the best-fit business analysis approach to meet the needs of the programme
You will ensure requirements and processes are documented clearly
You will contribute to embedding a business improvement way of working at all levels and demonstrate the value of working in this way, as well as ensuring our business analysis practices are reviewed regularly to make sure they're fit for purpose
What You'll Need:
We'd love to hear from you if you're passionate about delivering change that benefits the people who live and work in Liverpool. Alongside the foundation of business analysis experience, you'll have strong analytical skills and be able to demonstrate attention to detail. You'll be skilled in process management, design and implementation including facilitating workshops. You'll have good inter-personal skills and be able to work with cross-functional teams. You'll be good at managing competing priorities.
If you would like to talk to a member of the team about the role or have an informal discussion, please contact Patsy Lewis on Patsy.Lewis@liverpool.gov.uk .
Please note interviews are scheduled to take place on 13th December.
Please note that in accordance with the Council's policy, employees who are in a formal redeployment situation will be considered in the first instance for all vacancies.
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