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Business Change Analyst

Company: Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust    Location: Sheffield
Sheffield Teaching Hospital Foundation Trusts Informatics Directorate is undertaking a major migration project to deliver NHSMail2 to replace the Trusts current Exchange email system as a single, secure, email system.

In this role you will be responsible for business change analysis portfolio of work such as data gathering, data analysis, requirements definition, process mapping, gap analysis, test planning and workshop facilitation to ensure that project work is delivered to required standards and timescales.

You will be the lead for all business change activities conducting workshops, drop in sessions, one to one meetings etc. from which you will be required to deliver business analysis and change outputs such as current state maps, future state maps, process workflows, process redesigns (including workarounds) and system designs.

You will be responsible for the creation of business requirement and functional specification documents. You will also need to be aware of and understand how the functional design and delivery of a solution can impact peripheral systems and proactively manage dependencies. Identify and assist in the management of risks throughout the project life cycle.

Building trusted relationships with key stakeholders, project resources and staff across the Trust at all levels will be essential.

Working with the project team you will be a lead role in the successful delivery of a Trust wide project that will deliver a crucial new email platform used by over 16,000 staff.

About Us

Sheffield Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust (STH) is one of the UKs largest and most successful Foundation Trusts. Our published Information and Technology Strategy set out our intent to modernise of the core infrastructure to ensure that STH has a resilient and safe operating platform.

The Informatics Directorate provides a full information, communication, and technology service that are aligned to the STH corporate strategy from ward to Board level, ensuring Trust wide compliance with data governance legislation and NHS standards.
The Directorate plays a key role in leading and supporting technological modernisation across the organisation, driving changes that will improve performance and efficiency in all areas of clinical and corporate service delivery across the Trust.

Who we looking for

We are seeking a candidate who will have a sound understanding of the project delivery lifecycle, and will be able to speak confidently about the detail of business analysis activities across the full lifecycle whilst demonstrating their role in producing associated documents. They will possess a good background in business analysis and change for large complex organisations.

The successful applicant will be a proactive problem solver with strong stakeholder management skills who can communicate equally effectively at all levels within an organisation, and will be credible in front of organisation and technology stakeholders. It is important that the candidate possesses excellent communication skills both outward facing to the organisation end users and inward facing to the project delivery teams.

Applicants seeking to work in a focused project team who are goal driven where success is delivering the desired outcomes in a friendly co-operative environment should apply now.

Contact : Rebecca Griffiths (

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