Job Description

RCPI
is seeking to appoint a Business Analyst to support Programme Management Office
(PMO) activities.  

 

The
PMO is responsible for managing the digital transformation and business change
programmes for RCPI.   The Office actively supports and enables the
implementation of RCPI’s strategic change programme which includes complex
technical, business systems and change projects and programmes.  

 

The
Business analyst will work to:

·       Assume
responsibility for requirements definition, identifying new project
opportunities and make relevant changes to strategies, structures, policies,
processes and technology

·       Ensure
projects are delivered efficiently

·       Change
is embedded throughout the organisation

·       Benefits
are realised

·       Coordinate
with departments and stakeholders to ensure their needs are met

·       Conduct
assessments on the success of change post-implementation

·       Continually enhance and support end
user experience by

·       Leading out
on the development of project training plans and documentation supporting
delivery.

·       Plan and
deliver end user training for projects.

 

This is a unique opportunity for a Business Analyst to
work within a dynamic and rapidly developing area of RCPI.  This role will suit someone with a number of
years of strategic Business Analyst experience, who has the ability to work in
complex business environments and who easily engages both key stakeholders and
customers.  The position will appeal to a
self starting, energetic individual who enjoys fresh challenges in an
organisation undergoing increased growth and internationalism.

The person will have experience in requirements
definition, identifying optimum solutions and a proven history of working on
projects from inception to close.

 

 

Reporting Relationship

The Business
Analyst will report to the Project Services Lead..

 

Standard Duties of the Post

Duties
will involve, but are not limited to:

·       Contribute to the planning of the BA deliverables and input into overall
project plans and projects managed via the Programme Management Office (PMO)

·       Meet with business experts to
understand current systems, processes and the ongoing / future requirements.

·       Supporting the business and end
users by providing training, system advice, engagement tools, learning aids and
other engagement initiatives; being the central knowledge on
organisational-wide business systems training.

·       Gather, analyse and distil data to produce clear and concise Detailed
Requirements Specifications and ensure buy in and sign-off is received from key
stakeholders.

·       Ensure requirements are delivered as per specification.

·       Support the delivery of technology through UAT, training and cross
department business practice change

·       Support the transition of the project into operational areas.

·       Conduct post implementation reviews with the business assessing business
practice change, policies and procedures, reporting, training and implement
measures to address any shortfalls.

·       Conduct regular assessments of business systems to assess best fit for
purpose, usability and optimisation opportunities for the business and report
results to senior management

·       Provide regular progress reports to the senior management team.

·       Identify opportunities for change across the business and feed them back
into the PMO

·       Any other tasks that may be assigned from time to time as business needs
require

 

 

Person Specification

·       Educated to degree level standard or equivalent.

·       Experience in an educational institution / professional body desirable or

·       3-4 years proven capability and experience in a comparable Business
Analyst role.

·       Proven track record working with or within 1 or more of the following
disciplines, project management, training development, problem solving and
achieving deadlines.

·       Ability to work in complex business environments.

·       Experienced in engaging both stakeholder and customers.

·       Strong presentation and negotiation skills.

·       Excellent analytical, organisational and communications skills.

·       Excellent ICT skills with the capacity to maximise technology to increase
efficiencies in processes and procedures.

 

Application Requirement

Candidates should
submit a cover letter and CV and specifically address the points below in their
application.  Candidates who do not
specifically respond to these screening questions will not be included in the
short listing process:

 

·       Experience in implementing a complex business
change within an organisation from project inception to close

·       Supporting the business and end
users by providing training, system advice, engagement tools, learning aids and
other engagement initiatives; being the central knowledge on
organisational-wide business systems training.

 

It should be noted that
this competition may also be used to fill future posts within RCPI. Candidates
should submit their application, taking notice of the application requirements
set out above to: careers@rcpi.ie

 

Royal College of Physicians of
Ireland (RCPI)

The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) with
its Faculties and Institute, provide postgraduate medical training and
professional development opportunities to doctors working in 25 specialties.
Collectively, we are the largest provider of postgraduate medical training in
Ireland.  Our mission is to ensure that
patients receive the best possible care.  We do this by training and assessing doctors and providing accredited
education and professional development programmes. We also quality-assure standards
in specialist medical practice and promote good health through our policy and
public outreach initiatives.

Our Fellows and senior management team are heavily
involved in the current transformation of the Irish health service. We work
closely with the Medical Council of Ireland, the Health Service Executive, the
Department of Health, and other postgraduate medical training bodies. 

We are also undergoing significant internal
changes.  We are implementing a major
programme of transformation that has seen the creation of new business
initiatives, the internationalisation of the organisation and closer
collaboration with key policy leaders in healthcare.

We are continuing to adopt a more proactive and
progressive role in the Irish and international health sector, and have become
a more outward-looking organisation in recent years as a result.  As new initiatives have been developed, our
workforce has grown and we now employ over 90 people.  We value creativity and innovation and
encourage our staff to ‘think outside the box’.

Our staff surveys consistently show that the Royal
College of Physicians of Ireland is a great place to work, with a friendly,
supportive atmosphere and a sense that everyone is playing their part in
improving Irish healthcare.