Senior Digital Designer - SC clearance required Aspect Resources
Published: 4th November 2019
Job Type
Consultant
Simon Nash
Salary
£550 Per Day

Description

Role: Senior Service Designer
Contract Length: 6 MONTHS
Location: 102 Petty France London
IR35: INSIDE IR35
Pay Rate to Candidate: £550 INSIDE IR35
Security Clearance: BPSS/DBS
CV Deadline: 06/11 @16:00
Interview Process: FACE TO FACE

Our client is a leading central government body who are building a multi-disciplinary team to help the Shared Services Programme carry out a discovery to build the digital, data and technology strategy for the programme. They are seeking a Senior Service Designer to join the team for an initial 6 month Contract based in London.

We expect the team to help develop a strategy that will move HR, finance, payroll and procurement services closer to its Digital & Technology strategy, ensuring sustainable, user-centered services which are delivered using more agile, iterative approaches to ensure they adapt to the experience of users and business areas.

The succesful candidate will be able to communicate effectively across organisational, technical and political boundaries, understanding the context. Makes complex and technical information and language simple and accessible for non-technical audiences.

Able to advocate and communicate what a team does to create trust and authenticity and can respond to challenge.

Is able to make informed decisions based on user needs, available technology and value for money. Has knowledge of the wider digital economy and advances in technology.

Visualises, articulates, solves complex problems and concepts, and makes disciplined decisions based on available information and research evidence. Able to move from analysis to synthesis and/or design intent.

Such skills include demonstration of the ability to apply logical thinking, gathering and analysing information and evidencing key performance indicators.

Capable of making and guiding effective decisions, explaining clearly how the decision has been reached. Has the ability to understand technical complexity and risks, run collaborative design activities, influence others and build consensus.

Unafraid to take risks, willing to learn from mistakes and appreciates the importance of agile project delivery for digital projects in Government/ Able to help teams to manage and visualise outcomes, prioritise work and work to agreed minimum viable product (MVP)

Understands users and can identify who they are and what their needs are based on evidence/ Applies strategic thinking in how to provide the best service for the end user.ey activities the team will carry out are expected to include (among others):
? Service mapping
? Creating a map to show the HR and finances services used across MOJ from a user-centered perspective
? Iterative prototyping and testing for commercial off-the-shelf
? Taking an iterative approach to understand how commercial-off-the-shelf (ideally SaaS) products could be viable solutions to HR/financial/payroll/procurement services.
? Develop a portfolio of digital service delivery opportunities
? Understanding and integrating with the ecosystem of existing technology services being used within the domain of HR/finance/payroll/procurement
? Selecting a core ERP solution, including systems integration
? System performance benchmarking and analysis
? Management information and data analysis

The Candidate

Able to communicate effectively across organisational, technical and political boundaries, understanding the context. Makes complex and technical information and language simple and accessible for non-technical audiences. Able to advocate and communicate what a team does to create trust and authenticity and can respond to challenge.

Is able to make informed decisions based on user needs, available technology and value for money. Has knowledge of the wider digital economy and advances in technology.

Visualises, articulates, solves complex problems and concepts, and makes disciplined decisions based on available information and research evidence. Able to move from analysis to synthesis and/or design intent. Such skills include demonstration of the ability to apply logical thinking, gathering and analysing information and evidencing key performance indicators.

Capable of making and guiding effective decisions, explaining clearly how the decision has been reached. Has the ability to understand technical complexity and risks, run collaborative design activities, influence others and build consensus.

Unafraid to take risks, willing to learn from mistakes and appreciates the importance of agile project delivery for digital projects in Government/ Able to help teams to manage and visualise outcomes, prioritise work and work to agreed minimum viable product (MVP)

Understands users and can identify who they are and what their needs are based on evidence/ Applies strategic thinking in how to provide the best service for the end user.

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