Business Analyst/PM, Tech & Innovation – ANMM
|Closing date:||February 19, 2020|
|Institution:||Australian National Maritime Museum|
|Salary:||Not supplied yet.|
|Employment status:||Non-ongoing full time for a period of 12 months with a possibility of extension.|
|Location :||Pyrmont - NSW|
|Contact name:||Not supplied yet.|
|Contact email:||Not supplied yet.|
Business Analyst/Project Manager – Technology & Innovation
As one of Sydney’s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience.
The Museum has commenced a business transformation journey and is seeking an experienced Business Analyst / Project Manager to drive this process forward. You will have demonstrated skills in business process analysis and project management, including in relation to the implementation of organisation-wide Customer Relationship Management and Point of Sale systems.
- EL1 – Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4% superannuation
- 2 months full-time, fixed term contract with possibility of extension
- Australia’s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour
Reporting to the Head of Technology and Innovation, you will apply your exceptional analytical and project management skills as you act as the conduit between our heads of department, project teams and technology group to facilitate real and positive change in how we do things.
This is a critical role for the Museum and is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Business Analyst / Project Manager to help execute a number of priority technology projects including:
- Gathering business requirements to understand and map current business processes and identify potential opportunities for improvement.
- Converting business requirements into functional designs and technical specifications including testing strategy / plan/scripts.
- Implementing solutions from project inception, planning and scoping through to delivery (including procurement and training facilitation) and post-project review.
- Facilitating knowledge transfer across relevant teams including engaging with multiple stakeholders and users from across the organization.
- Documenting all stages of projects to provide a clear audit trail.
Ideal applicants will have:
A formal qualification in technology or a similar discipline (preferably at postgraduate level
A Scrum Master certification and demonstrated hands on experience working in several agile environments such as Lean, Kanban and Scrum.
7 + years demonstrated experience managing both technology and business change projects including experience in:
- working with other government and/or cultural institutions
- working with practices such as Six Sigma COBIT or TOGAF
- business applications such as Salesforce, Dynamics (including CRM, AX and 365), Infor SunSytems, Offic 365 including PowerApps and SharePoint
- the implementation of Enterprise System Bus/SOA
- user acceptance testing (UAT)
- change management
- administrating business systems
- Excellent communication and people management skills, including the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a range of stakeholders to achieve optimal business outcomes.
- A genuine interest in harnessing technology to transform business systems and processes
- Optimism, resilience, adaptability and empathy
No Applications will be accepted by mail or email.
This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship.
An Individual Flexibility Agreement will be negotiated with the successfully candidates.
Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee.
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