BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
The possible scope and impact of the Business Consultant role is quite significant in relation to client transformation and delivering planned change and benefit. A successful Business Change Consultant will prove to be effective within complex stakeholder landscapes by being a trusted advisor to Programme and Project Managers and other key stakeholders. It is an empowering role that helps to ‘make change happen’. It is also a role that is involved throughout the full lifecycle of projects and programmes from early visioning / baselining activities through to a focus on sustainability, transition to business as usual and the delivery of benefits.
All business consultancy engagements start by understanding the client’s business in terms of strategy, people and processes (including enabling technology). Whilst this understanding can be derived in part through existing information sources it is often best identified through primary data acquisition (workshops and stakeholder interviews for example).
The data collected is used to construct and validate a view of the “as is” situation, and clarify an organisation’s plans for a “to be” or improved future state. Often the “to be” state is vague and a large part of the business consultant’s role is centred on assisting clients in defining this agreed and achievable destination.
Once these two states are defined a route map leading toward the aims and goals of the organisation can be defined. The main aim of all business consulting engagements is to help clients transform and achieve their stated goals. This transition often involves change in all three core business consulting areas (people, business processes and enabling technology).
This role is for a business change consultant and will require you to have or be willing to go through Security Clearance.
- Prepare and lead requirement gathering workshops with clients
- Provide innovation, leadership and influence in the design of client-centric solutions that are aligned with BAE Systems Applied Intelligence product offering
- Be familiar (and preferably experienced with one or more) business consulting approaches/ techniques and be able to choose those that are suitable for a particular engagement.
- Be able to build and a team of more junior staff and task these to deliver appropriate elements of a larger project.
- Manage the client review and sign-off process for the suite of functional documents and artefacts
- Take overall responsibility for the documentation of functional artefacts
- Build strong relationships with senior client stakeholders and internal Product Management team
- Keep abreast of product & regulatory changes
- Prepare and deliver training sessions to the client’s business users
- Project-driven work requirements with overtime as needed to meet deadlines
- Engage with difficult stakeholder groups in order to identify issues and resolutions.
- Coach and deliver training courses for more junior staff, and members of the client team.
- Applies the principles of project management such as planning, risk management and resource management to small and medium sized business change projects
Life at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
We are embracing Hybrid Working. This means you and your colleagues may be working in different locations, such as from home, another BAE Systems office or client site, some or all of the time, and work might be going on at different times of the day. By embracing technology, we can interact, collaborate and create together, even when we’re working remotely from one another. Hybrid Working allows for increased flexibility in when and where we work, helping us to balance our work and personal life more effectively, and enhance wellbeing.
Diversity and inclusion are integral to the success of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. We are proud to have an organisational culture where employees with varying perspectives, skills, life experiences and backgrounds – the best and brightest minds – can work together to achieve excellence and realise individual and organisational potential.
About BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
We use our intelligence-led insights to help defend Governments, Nations and Societies from cyber-attacks and financial crime. Our customers depend on our evolving capabilities to help them safely grow their organisations. Our unprecedented access to threat intelligence, world-leading analysts and market-leading technology means we can help them to adapt, evolve and stay ahead of the criminals.
Division overview: Government
At BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, we pride ourselves in being a leader in the cyber defence industry, and Government contracts are an area we have many decades of experience in. Our Government business unit houses four of our critical client groups: UK National Security, Global National Security, defence and central government. Government and key infrastructure networks are critical targets to defend as the effects of these networks being breached can be devastating.
As a member of the Government business unit, you will defend the connected world and ensure the protection of nations. We all have a role to play in defending our clients, and this is yours.
To apply for this job please visit www.cybersecurityjobsite.com.