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The deadline was Wednesday 21 December 2016
The Ministry of Justice

Senior Agile Business Architect

0 Incomplete applications

24 Completed applications

22 SME, 2 large

Important dates

Published
Wednesday 14 December 2016
Deadline for asking questions
Friday 16 December 2016 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications
Wednesday 21 December 2016 at 11:59pm GMT

Overview

Specialist role
Business analyst
Summary of the work
Creating and implementing an operating model for the Digital&Technology function in the MoJ, aligning technical and digital transformation across the executive agencies.
Latest start date
01/01/2017
Expected contract length
Minimum 6 months. Possibly up to 24 months
Location
London
Organisation the work is for
The Ministry of Justice
Maximum day rate
Maximum rate of £990 per day

About the work

Early market engagement
None
Who the specialist will work with
Business transformation leads, Change portfolio team, Project Managers, Wider transformation programme and business stakeholders, specifically Business Analysts, Policy Leads, Strategy and Operational Leads, Service Design, Organisation Design, Performance.
What the specialist will work on
Creating and implementing an operating model for the entire Digital&Technology function across the MoJ; aligning technical and digital transformation across the executive agencies. Working with senior stakeholders across the department, as well as the CDIO in defining the transformation strategy. This change programme will have significant impact, leading to increased efficiency and delivery of MoJ Digital and Technology programmes.

Work setup

Address where the work will take place
Ministry of Justice HQ, 102 Petty France, London SW1
Working arrangements
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Occasional work outside of these times.
Security clearance
Basic Clearance required (Disclosure Scotland)

Additional information

Additional terms and conditions
None

Skills and experience

Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.

Essential skills and experience
  • A proven track record in mapping, developing and improving end-to-end architecture in a large scale enterprise environment.
  • Extensive experience of Motivational Modelling, Value Stream Mapping and Capability Modelling
  • Be experienced of working in a range of project delivery environments, with targets set and reviewed on a weekly basis.
  • Have the people skills to work with senior stakeholders to secure access to people in their working environment
  • Effective workshop set up, facilitation and execution
  • Be able to develop domain expertise quickly
  • Have excellent interpersonal and influencing skills and a positive approach
  • Have ability to think creatively and be able to articulate innovative ideas to solving complex business problems
  • Have ability to evaluate information and present in such a way that is easily understood by the target audience, including through written and oral communication
  • Have ability to own issues and drive them to resolution
  • Provide direction to inform sound business decisions based on business priority and technical feasibility
  • Have know-how of how to identify and raise project dependencies, whilst working in a wider team with multiple projects in-flight
  • Must have proven record of delivering in an agile enviroment
  • Must have proven experience delivering significant transformation programmes across large organisations
  • Previous government experience a benefit
Nice-to-have skills and experience
Previous experience using Enterprise Modelling tools

How suppliers will be evaluated

How many specialists to evaluate
4
Cultural fit criteria
  • Demonstrate excellence (for example, seek actionable feedback, set challenging targets, know users, deliver cost effective high level customer satisfaction)
  • Show a commitment to ensuring a team understands the user need over simply delivering work, whilst recognising wider demands and influences on delivery.
  • Transparent and collaborative when making decisions and recommendations. • Have a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
  • Demonstrate courage (for example, express controversial views, confront reality, make tough decisions, question actions inconsistent with group behaviours, candid about progress/estimates) in an appropriate and professional manner
  • Demonstrate vulnerability (for example, declare uncertainty, fear, recognise mistakes, apologise, and acknowledge weaknesses).
  • Demonstrate responsibility (for example, act like a leader, serve your team, provide solutions to problems, engage in external/internal environments, seek the best for the organisation beyond your team)
  • Demonstrate simplicity (for example, take simple steps to goals, do less but better, mitigate failures, talk straight with respect)
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm (for example, bring whole self to work, celebrate success, share passion and energy with others, optimistic, and be positive)
Assessment methods
  • Work history
  • Reference
  • Interview
  • Presentation
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

50%

Cultural fit

20%

Price

30%

Questions asked by suppliers

1. Will you consider a candidate who would be able to start in February?
No. The candidate must be available to start at the beginning of January 2017.
2. Is there flexibility for some remote working, or will it be strictly 100% on-site in London?
The role is based in London and we do not remote support remote working for more than one day a week. Given the nature of this role, we anticipate that the individual would need to be onsite for the majority of the time in any event