27618 - Business Analyst

  • £ 400.00 - £ 400.00 per day
27618 - Business Analyst - London - 6 months - (SC, DV preferred) £400  
Home Office  
Role & Responsibilities
The role of business analysis with in the National Communications Data Service is to establish a good understanding of the CD service stakeholder needs to enable NCDS to develop CD services that deliver real user value.  
The role will require extensive interaction with a diverse stakeholder community and develop user requirements and/or user stories to work with the various pods/products which use a mixture of waterfall and agile development approaches.  
The role will also require working within multi-disciplinary teams representing the user communities' needs and ensuring that user value is not lost during the development of a solution.  
Travel to other Locations : AD hoc at Communication Service Providers locations.  
  1. Experience of working in both agile and waterfall development methodologies
  2. Domain Experience of working within Law enforcement
  3. Working with information/intelligence products
  4. Working within multi-disciplinary teams
  5. Full lifecycle development Qualifications
  6. BCS International Diploma of Business Analysis or ISEB.
  7. User Requirements (Waterfall)
  8. User Stories and Personas (Agile)
  9. Business Process Models
  10. Scenarios
  11. Support User Acceptance Test
  12. Hand over pack.
  13. Eliciting Requirements
  14. Stakeholder Engagement
  15. Stakeholder Management
  16. Business Process Modelling Notation
  17. Scenario Writing
  18. Support User Acceptance Test
  19. Understanding of Business Architectures a. Use of architectural tools such as Sparx EA b. TOGAF c. Archimate
  20. Information/Data Modelling
  21. Systems Design
Closing Date    
 21/03 10:00am  
How to Apply    
Click the apply button on the right to apply now.    
If you would like more information please call me on 01489 232 080    
Must have SC / DV Clearance

27417 - Category Tower Manager - NHS

  • £ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
27417 - Category Tower Manager - Mansfield  - £400 - £450  
Location: Mansfield, Nottinghamshire with frequent national travel and overnight stays as necessary for the effective performance of this role.
NHS England   
Category Tower Manager - Consumables / Clinical GRADE: CL1 (B8a/ 8b)  
Eight (8) roles are required to support all Category Tower Management/ Procurement related Phase 1+ Procurement Transformation Programme / Future Operating Model activities. These are additional posts, which are required in order to support the building of a new disaggregated Supplier Management Future Operating Model called the Intelligent Client Co-ordinator (ICC).  
Phase 1+ will see the on-boarding of 6 Medical Category Towers consisting of consumable and clinical product spend from contract award in Autumn 2017 to go-live in Spring 2018. Phase 1+ is the largest group of Category Towers by financial value (c£1.1billion spend). The ICC will be the organisation responsible for the contract management of the model that will be in place from 1st October 2018 to cover all aspects of the service provided by NHS Supply Chain (currently supplied by DHL).  
Job Summary
The post holder will be required to oversee the day to day contract and performance management of a Category Tower Service Provider (CTSP) which includes the development and delivery of the category management strategy activities to increase market share growth to 80% and contribute to the delivery of the £600m savings targets. A key element in achieving the savings required will be to ensure the CTSP is working with Customer groups to develop and agree the category management strategies and the subsequent procurement strategies. Working in conjunction with the key stakeholders such as the DH, NHS Improvement and NHS England, the post will have responsibility for identifying and optimising synergies wherever possible across the NHS procurement landscape, ensuring the CTSP maximises opportunities to leverage economies of scale. The post holder will be responsible for the overall spend across a defined set of product categories.  
Headline Duties and Responsibilities
To contract and performance manage the CTSP in scope, including oversight and visibility of the development, delivery and implementation of category management strategies by the CTSP in order to drive significant value to the NHS leading to increased market share and the delivery of savings targets. - Ensure the category management strategies are developed with the requirements of the customer at their core, taking into account customer requirements and other factors identified through customer/supplier engagement and also through a Category Council process including inputs from Finance and Product Assurance. - Supporting the Procurement Transformation Programme on the transition from the incumbent to the CTSP. This will include the set up and facilitation of sessions between the parties and ensuring the necessary and efficient transfer of data and information. - To ensure that all procurement activity by the in scope CTSP is delivered effectively. This includes compliance with public sector requirements in relation to this type of activity. - Ensure the CTSPs budget is managed effectively, challenging operating costs and driving cost down efficiency gains.  
Working Relationships
Accountable to: Head of Procurement and Customer Value Accountable for: Contract and performance management of CTSPs activities Directorate: Supplier Management POST: Category Tower Manager - Consumables / Clinical Manager  
Essential / Desirable Criteria Demonstrated by Qualifications  
Degree or extensive experience; Relevant degree and/or CIPS qualification. Membership of CIPS Certificates/ Application Process  
Significant category management experience and expertise in a related industry or large organisation.  
Closing Date    
How to Apply    
Click the apply button on the right to apply now.    
If you would like more information please call me on 01489 232 080    

Security Consultant

  • £ 40000.00 - £ 60000.00 per annum
Security consultant       
Location - London     
They are an independent professional security consultants who provide comprehensive security consultancy, design and project management services to a wide range of clients in the built environment and infrastructure sectors.
We are seeking an exceptional candidate with a proven track record in security design within a professional consultancy environment. The position will suit a highly motivated individual with a strong client focus and a positive approach to problem solving.
We offer a stimulating environment working in one of the foremost consulting firms in the United Kingdom and an opportunity to play a key role as part of a dynamic and growing team.   
Role & Responsibilities
Some of your responsibility will be to generate security surveys and audits, Security threat and risk assessments, Security strategy and master planning, Operational requirements, Security concept and detail design Counter-terrorism protective security as well as Contract procurement and project management.
  • Deliver security design and project management services for the physical protection of public space, buildings and infrastructure
  • Developing and producing detailed and coordinated security designs and technical specifications
  • Undertaking security system audits and site inspections
  • Acting as project manager to deliver projects successfully, on time and within budget
As the successful security consultant you are likely to have:
  • At least five years' experience in security systems design, of which at least three years should be as a security consultant in a client facing role
  • Strong commercial awareness and ability to deliver services within strict quality, cost and time constraints
  • Strong technical knowledge of security systems (access control, video surveillance and intruder alarms) and good understanding of physical security and security operations
  • Eligible for and willing to acquire UK government security clearance
Also you are likely to:
  • Be eligible for Chartered professional registration
  • Have a membership of a professional security institution
  • Have experience in leading a team of qualified design specialists to deliver projects in time and on budget
  • Have some understanding of cyber security principles
Rewards & Benefits    
In return we will give you an opportunity to earn up to £60,000 and a competitive package including 25 days holiday, company pension scheme and access to voluntary benefit options including; child care vouchers, share save scheme, life assurance, holiday buy and many more designed to suit your own personal lifestyle. All of this, in a professional but fun environment.  
How to apply    
Apply now by sending your CV to Richard De-la-haye at R.delahaye@englandassociates.com        

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