- French Street, G40
- £35,556 per year
- Contract Type:
- Fixed Term
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
- Work From Home:
This position has expired.
As a Senior Business Change Analyst, you will manage and coach a team of Business Change Analysts, who provide comprehensive business analysis and business change support to a range of business projects, as per the Police Scotland 2026 Strategy.
The ideal candidate will possess an extensive experience of the end-to-end project lifecycle in large complex organisations and an understanding of the associated application of change management approaches.
You will be valued within the Business Change & Analysis team for your contribution in terms of coaching business change analysts on a wide range of skills including: requirements definition, process mapping, gap analysis and workshop facilitation etc. to develop a team recognised across the organisation for expertise and excellence in their field. In addition, you will support and encourage an environment of continuous improvement within the team and through the project work/products delivered; provide quality assurance to the products delivered to the project, within project timescales.
An element of adaptability and willingness to learn will be essential to be successful in this role, as there may be a requirement to conduct some of the more complex business analysis, whilst developing advanced skills within the team.
The appointed Senior Business Change Analyst will be expected to establish and maintain good working relationships within the Change Team and across the organisation with key stakeholders, which will be pivotal to success. Strong communication skills, written and verbal, are key.
You will have formal business analyst qualifications E.g. BCS (ISEB) diploma and be educated to HND level (or equivalent). In lieu of formal qualifications proven experience working on large, complex, cross functional projects/programmes is essential.
This full time post is temporary until March 2024 and is subject to standard vetting checks.
You will work 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. This role can be based at Dalmarnock or Scottish Police College, Tulliallan. Change staff are primarily working from home at this time, however this will change with options around a mix of home and office working in the future.
A Driving Licence would be desirable for this role.
The following competencies at level 2 will be used for the selection process:
We are emotionally aware
We take ownership
We are collaborative
We deliver, support and inspire
We analyse critically
We are innovative and open minded
- Competitive salary and guaranteed allowances
- Annual salary increments
- Local Government Pension Scheme
- 28 days annual leave and 6 public holidays on appointment
- Wide range of family friendly policies
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Access to range of staff associations
- Scottish Police Recreation Association
- Scottish Police Credit Union
- Cycle to Work Scheme
The Scottish Police Authority / Police Scotland is committed to positive action in the recruitment and selection of people with disabilities. We guarantee an interview to any applicant who has a disability, as defined under the Equality Act 2010, and who meets the essential criteria for the post. Please regard this as an opportunity to let us help you. Tell us of any aspects which could present difficulties and any suggestions for overcoming these.
RESIDENCY AND ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN THE UK
Applicants must be a British citizen, a member of the EU or other states in the EEA, a Commonwealth citizen or a foreign national free of restrictions. You should also have been resident in the UK for a minimum of three years immediately prior to application.
Please visit the Police Scotland Career Site for Job Reference Number -1091