Digital Technology Services (DTS) has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Change Analyst to join us within our Digital Portfolio team. Working as part of one or more project teams, this role will assist with the handover of projects to business as usual, collaborating with staff throughout the University, including senior managers, to provide the support necessary to successfully implement and transition project/s.
The post holder may also be required to act as project lead for smaller projects which have a large communications component or as a workstream lead for transition activities on larger projects.
This role could be suitable for either an experienced Change professional or a candidate with a background in office management, administration or similar with relevant transferable skills who is looking to move into an IT project role.
You will have:
- An awareness of IT change management principles, techniques, and tools
- Change facilitation experience within an IT environment
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills
- The willingness to help out as required and be a proactive team member
- The ability to manage your own time and multiple concurrent activities
- Excellent analytical skills and the ability to synthesize information
- An ability to build rapport with stakeholders at all levels of a large organisation
A Business Analysis or Project Management qualification whilst not essential would be highly desirable.
Interview Date: TBC
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Senior Programme and Project Manager
Head of Digital Portfolio
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