Change Analyst (Home Office)
The Joint International Crime Centre (JICC) will consolidate and enhance the UK`s capabilities around international law enforcement cooperation and coordination. It will provide the UK the opportunity to undertake a greater role in responding to the growing threat from transnational criminality. The JICC will have a UK-wide remit and will drive, coordinate, and support the response of UK policing and law enforcement to international crime
The National Crime Agency (NCA), National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and International Crime Coordination Centre (ICCC), with Home Office support, are working together to create the JICC, which will be hosted by the NCA. It will be formed by initially combining the current capability housed in the ICCC and the NCA`s International Crime Bureau (UKICB).
The JICC is a multi-agency approach to meeting the increasing international demands of territorial policing, integrated with the NCA`s international capabilities. It is a whole system approach to tackling international crime
This is a Home Office post, but the successful applicant will be task-managed by the NCA project lead and will work closely with NCA, Home Office and policing colleagues.
The successful candidate will be providing technical experience and knowledge to a range of areas within the project as well as practical support across the project. Change analyst support is needed in particular to assist with producing appropriate documentation to ensure the aims of the project are clearly understood. They will also assist with work that develops the overall operating model and services within the new unit.
Skills and experience
" Experience working on complex projects to produce and support the production visual and written aids for information sharing.
" Experience working on change management
" Experience with communicating changes as part of a change management projects
" Understanding of project management
This is not an exhaustive list of deliverables. As the project evolves the business needs will change. Please see this as an indication of the type of work a successful candidate will undertake.
" Create information packs for a range of audiences, but internal and external stakeholders, to inform them about the project and how it would impact them.
" Understand the project and stakeholder requirements to ensure appropriate information in shared.
" Support the development of the operating model and service process mapping.
" Support and update wider project management documentation.
" Support the programme delivery managers to create the required change management products and ensure products are fit for purpose.
" Support the engagement with key stakeholders.
" Support the assessment of likely impact of change on the agency, its officers and performance, ensuring mitigating and preparatory interventions are implemented.
" Support the identification, qualification and update the readiness criteria before implementation. Support tracking of these to `approve / refuse` go-live.
" Security clearance - candidates are required to achieve minimum security vetting of SC clearance prior to commencement in post.
" Working pattern flexibility - working patterns must support business requirements.
" This is a short-term assignment until October 2022
" This post is full time, 37 hours per week, based in Marsham Street, Westminster, London
" Pay rate is £14.84 per hour