Business change analyst

Role: Business change analyst

Annual rate: 24,000-30,000

Hours: 37.5 hours p/w (Mon-Fri 9-5)

Contract duration: 3 months ongoing


The Business Change Analyst role is responsible for supporting and carrying out change activities throughout the deployment of various transformational change projects across the local NHS

The role involves delivering specific analytical work across the Trust to understand the current business processes, developing new business processes to meet the requirements, and benefits identified for each project.

The Business Change Analyst is expected to implement these changes to workflow management.


, To be part of the Business Change service supporting various IT projects within the Trust.

, To understand the current business processes identified for each project and be the main facilitator working with operational staff to develop and agree future business processes to meet both operational and project requirements.

This will include aligning processes to the agreed benefits of the project.

, To lead and arrange workshops with relevant levels of staff to develop new business processes as required.

This will include developing workshop material including presentations to facilitate discussions with Trust staff and reach agreement on how new processes should work.

The role will involve ensuring that identified governance controls are met where changes are introduced.

, To conduct post go-live business change audits to ascertain lessons learned and revise processes as required.

, To share and pass on skills and learning with appropriate colleagues to ensure knowledge transfer.

, To work with the Business Change Lead, Project Managers, PMO and other Trust Managers on the implementation of key changes to ensure a successful transition to the new ways of working is achieved.

, To work with the Divisions to complete detailed analysis on business processes and make recommendations where necessary.

, To work with Project Team members to ensure that key changes are made to facilitate the delivery of agreed benefits for each project.

, To identify organisational design issues (e.g.

workforce management, job design, organisation structure) associated business change solutions and work with relevant staff to ensure that these are fully addressed.

, To manage own time, activities and deliverables and ensure timescales are met.

, To manage requirements and ensure traceability throughout the project life cycle.

, To assist with the delivery of the quality and communication plans for projects.

, Work with Trust and Project Team staff to understand the Trusts' readiness for change in order to identify, define, and deliver a change approach which ensures the success of each project.

, Work closely with the Clinical Systems Training Team to support the transformation of agreed business processes into a comprehensive training package for new or existing IT systems.

, Business Change Analysts will be asked to deputise for the Business Change Lead where necessary.

Benefits of Service Care Solutions:
, Access to the latest Finance roles Countrywide
, Single point of contact Consultants
, Temporary and Permanent vacancy's
, £250 Training allowance
, Exceptional Referral Bonus

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