Business Architect

Salary Details:
£70,000-£80,000 per annum + company benefits
Closing date for applications:
03 Jan 2020
Job Description

Are you an experienced Business Architect? Would you enjoy delivering value adding, onsite consultancy to help our defence customer in the southwest deliver a strategically important programme.  We’re looking for an innovative and flexible thinker to join our growing team.

The successful applicant is able to:

  • Apply a structured business architecture approach to capture an organisation in views
  • Identify tactical and strategic organisational goals mapped to meaningful metrics;
  • Organise information by translating user behaviour into structure and elements using tools such as workflow diagrams and data models;
  • Analyse an information technology environment and identify requirements by studying how users create and consume content, including data categorization, creation, search and tagging;
  • Aid managers to define the data shared across their business and the relationships between those data.
  • Advise on setting up, improving and running information systems to manage and secure assets, documents and records, using file structures that fit with corporate policy.

They should be prepared to:

  • Define the data shared across the business and the relationships between those data.
  • Describe the primary business functions of the enterprise and the functions use of data
  • Develop best-practice information management processes, policies and procedures
  • Advise on data and information governance, including EDRMS policy

Skills and Experience

  • Degree level Business Architecture qualification
  • Consultancy background ideally in the UK Defence sector
  • Functions of support Engineering, Programme and Project Management, Issue Management
  • Enterprise architecture delivery (TOGAF, MODAF, BIZBOK, Archimate etc)
  • Information and Knowledge Management Business Analysis (Process Modelling, Requirements Management) 
  • Aware of Business Analysis standards (BABOK etc)
  • Knowledge and understanding of Freedom of Information (FOI) and data protection principles and practice, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  • Experience of data and information management theory, lifecycles, maturity models and regulations, including document management and tooling
  • Experience of the technology capabilities needed to implement effective data and information management in an organisation

MASS are an equal opportunities employer