Chaucer has been recognised by the Financial Times as a leading digital consulting company. We are entering the next phase of growth and are seeking ambitious individuals to support us on our journey. After all, fundamental to our success are the people who make us!
For the past 30+ years, we have partnered with some of the world's most prestigious companies in delivering sustainable technical and digital change in highly-regulated and complex industries.
Chaucer, as part of Bip, have an extensive capability of over 3,500 consultants globally, delivering management consulting services, supporting digital transformation and the adoption of disruptive and data-driven technological innovation.
We are seeking an experienced Management Consultant who has played a role as a Business Architect helping to structure projects and programmes and can demonstrated how they have aligned their delivery to their clients business governance structure, business processes, business change and business information. Aligning programme goals and objectives with decisions regarding products and services, partners, suppliers, organisational capabilities and key business and IT initiatives.
You will be able to show how you translate business motivations, operations and analysis frameworks and related networks that link these aspects of the Projects and other initiatives within the Programme together. Developing an integrated view using a repeatable approach, cohesive framework, and available industry standard techniques.
Develop a business architecture strategy based on a situational awareness of various business scenarios and motivations. Apply a structured business architecture approach and methodology for capturing the key views of the organisation and develop the Business Target Operating Model (TOM). Capture the tactical and strategic Programme goals that provide traceability through the organisation and are mapped to metrics that provide ongoing governance. Describe the primary business functions of the programme and distinguish between customer-facing, supplier-related, business execution, business change and business management functions. Define the organisational boundaries; identify and describe external entities such as customers, suppliers, and external systems that interact with the business; and describe which people, resources and controls are involved in the processes. Define the data shared across the enterprise and the relationships between those data. Capture the relationships among roles, capabilities and business units, the decomposition of those business units into sub-units, and the internal or external management of those units.
A broad, enterprise-wide view of business and varying degrees of appreciation for strategy, processes and capabilities, enabling technologies, and governance The ability to recognize structural issues within the organisation, functional interdependencies and cross-silo redundancies Seasoned experience leading business change including processes, technology, organisational design, organisational behaviour and behavioural change using appropriate tools and techniques The ability to visualize and create high-level models that can be used in future analysis to extend and mature the business architecture Extensive experience planning and deploying both business and IT initiatives Experience modelling business using a variety of tools and techniques including process mapping, stakeholder mapping, communications planning, performance management, resource management, risk management, job design, workforce management and knowledge management Exceptional communication skills and the ability to communicate appropriately at all levels of the organisation; this includes written and verbal communications as well as visualizations The ability to act as liaison conveying information needs of the business to IT and data constraints to the business; applies equal conveyance regarding business strategy and IT strategy, business processes and work flow automation, business initiatives and IT initiatives, and benefit realization and service delivery Team player able to work effectively at all levels of an organisation with the ability to influence others to move toward consensus Strong situational analysis and decision-making abilities
Training programmes to support you in developing core hard and soft consulting skills Chaucer recognises and values its diversity and is committed to offering family-friendly employment policies International client base Employer contribution pension of 6% Private medical (currently Bupa) + Medicash 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays. Buy up to 5 additional days holiday, or sell up to 3 days per year Death in service 4 x base salary Enhanced sick pay Recruitment referral bonus of £1500 paid for successful referrals 'Improving lives' day Employee Assistance Programme Eyecare Voucher Lifestyle change Gift Voucher Long service awards Celebration awards Relaxed work environment Flexible working
Chaucer is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Increasing the diversity of our employees, leading to greater inclusion and equality is a key value of Chaucer's. We believe in diversity of thought and the more inclusive our culture is, the more innovative our Consultants can be.