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Business Management Systems Change Lead

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Business Management Systems Change Lead with experience of managing work packages and problem solving initiatives and an awareness of the project lifecycle, from bid phase through to close out preferably within the aerospace/construction/defence industry is required to facilitate the creation of a rationalised Business Management System (BMS), which is simple and efficient to use, generating savings within the Programme by:
Engaging with stakeholders at all levels, enabling open and honest discussions.
Plan & facilitate engagement workshops, at various levels of the organisation, to communicate progress, share idea and help problem solve issues with the business stakeholders.
Supporting process owners in the rationalisation of their arrangements, identifying and mitigating risks, issues and opportunities.
Support project governance and compliance requirements through adherence with the agreed reporting cycles, phase/gate reviews and project reviews.).
Continuously communicating changes to stakeholders at all levels.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Competences

Managing work packages and problem solving initiatives;
Awareness of the project lifecycle, from bid phase through to close out.
APM Project Management Awareness
Lean / Six Sigma Awareness
Implementation of change within the business
Managing stakeholders & communication
Ability to facilitate workshops at all levels, creating a common goal.

Qualifications


HNC in STEM / Project management subject
APM Fundamentals (desirable)
Green Belt (desirable)
ILM level 3 (desirable)

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Candidates without the required experience will not be considered.