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Business Analyst / Project Manager

  • Role: Business Analyst / Project Manager
  • Location – Bright, VIC
  • Duration – 6 Months (with a possibility of extension)

The business analyst will work closely with the program’s project manager, and will be
responsible for:

  • Supporting program and project governance requirements;
  • Contributing to the design of target state architecture and design standards;
  • Designing and implementing target state business processes and system configurations;
  • Facilitating successful change management and embedding including program communications, training and user guides;
  • Contributing to the design of broader application governance and implementation review processes.

The project manager will be responsible for:

  • Facilitating the development of a Steering Committee charter;
  • Establishing and running program and project governance;
  • Managing multiple Council stakeholders and vendors;
  • Overseeing delivery of implementations to Council requirements;
  • Overseeing target state architecture, design standards and integration points;
  • Overseeing successful change management and embedding;
  • Establishing broader application governance and implementation review processes;
  • Establishing governance of ongoing major and minor technology improvements.

Service providers will be assessed on:

  • Cost
  • Ability to design and implement a) business processes and b) system configurations that
  • improve customer outcomes;
  • Ability to support program governance requirements;
  • Ability to facilitate successful change management;
  • Ability to manage multiple stakeholders and vendors;
  • Local Government experience is desirable but not necessary

How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Rams on 03 8506 6524 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Adaps is an equal opportunity employer that actively embraces diversity in its workforce through accurate community representation of gender, culture; thought and work arrangements.