Business Change Practitioner
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- Listed 10/1/23
- Contract or Temp
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) leads the Australian Government’s efforts to improve cyber security. We are part of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and our role is to help make Australia the most secure place to connect online.
ASD has an ongoing requirement for a Business Change Practitioner to work in support of the National Cyber Defence Program on complex projects within an integrated workforce.
Business Change Practitioners will work collaboratively with stakeholders to understand, analyse and define the change vision and process for change. Typically they will create and maintain strong relationships and add value across the organisation through the definition of change impact assessments, current and future state descriptions and business benefit documents.
Indicative duties include, but are not limited to:
- Defining the programme or project benefits, assessing progress towards benefit realisation and implementing change to achieve measurable improvements in business operations
- Briefing stakeholders and various Agency Boards and forums on planned Change
- Responsible for monitoring and supervising changes to business processes and systems, technology, job roles, and structures within the organisation
- Delivering change within Agile Delivery and Agency Governance frameworks
Key knowledge or experience areas include:
Initial contract duration
- A minimum 5 years demonstrated experience in change management;
- Collecting and analysing data to provide ‘as is’ and ‘to be’ descriptions as well as the change gap;
- Demonstrated experience preparing high quality documentation such as change vision, case for change, stakeholder engagement strategy, change impact assessment, business cases, business analysis plans, business process maps and operating models, and business benefits documentation;
- Providing advice on change management processes and methods;
- Proven communication skills including the ability to identify and engage effectively with stakeholders, conduct workshops, stakeholder interviews and meetings;
- Proven self-management skills; and
- Ability to influence others and achieve common goals.
12 months Extension term
12 months Number of extensions
2 Location of work
ACT, Offsite Working arrangements
Successful candidates will normally work 5 days per week (estimated 40 hour week). All roles for this RFQ are Canberra based, however interstate candidates are encouraged to apply, and will be considered. The Agency will consider and negotiate remote (work from anywhere) working arrangements on a case by case basis. Where a remote working arrangement is agreed, successful candidates will be required to: • Attend the Agency’s Canberra Office for the first week of their engagement to undertake compulsory training and to meet team members and various Agency personnel. • Travel to Canberra at least once per month for a minimum of 4 working days for key stakeholder, team, and organisational events. Where the candidate is interstate based please provide the candidate’s interstate location in their resume. All candidates must be Australian Citizens and hold a current NV1 clearance to apply. Please provide the candidate’s AGSVA Clearance Subject (CS) ID in their resume. FOR INFORMATION: This role requires the successful candidate to complete an Organisational Suitability Assessment (OSA) within 12 months of engagement. An OSA is an ASD policy requirement (ASD-POL-014) for contractors who will be engaged for a period in excess of 12 months. OSA’s are conducted to determine a person’s suitability to work in ASD. Before submitting an application for this role, the candidate should consider their preparedness for questions that may include the following topics: personal relationships, living circumstances, personal values, financial situation, physical and mental health history including substance use, and any civil and/or military record. Security clearance
Must have Negative Vetting Level 1 Criteria Essential criteria 1.
A minimum 5 years demonstrated experience in change management including: • Managing and liaising with diverse stakeholder groups to understand, analyse and map/model current and future business processes. • Collecting and analysing data to provide ‘as is’ and ‘to be’ descriptions as well as the change gap. • Providing advice to the project team on change management processes and methods. 2.
Demonstrated experience preparing high quality documentation: • Such as change vision, case for change, stakeholder engagement strategy, change impact assessment, business cases, business analysis plans, business process maps and operating models, and business benefits documentation • Using advanced desktop software skills (such as word, excel, PowerPoint and Visio) to document business analysis. 3.
Proven communication skills including the ability to: • Identify and engage effectively with stakeholders. • Conduct workshops, stakeholder interviews and meetings. • Be able to record meeting notes and documents workshop outcomes. 4.
Proven self-management skills including: • Proven ability to work as a productive member of a team. • Strong time management and self-organisation skills. 5.
Ability to influence others and achieve common goals through • Excellent communication skills and ability to build strong relationships. • Exceptional ability to solve problems and think analytically. Desirable criteria 1.
Bachelor's degree in business administration, human resources, or a related field. 2.
SAFe Agile delivery experience. What to submit For each application, we must the following as instructed by the client:
Please contact me in relation to HOW to apply.
- Notice period and or start date
- Your hourly rate and whether you are ABN or PAYG
- responses to selection criteria – max 500 words per criteria
- resumés – word format
- references x 2