Consultant Lauren Hamilton
Date posted 19 December 2016
Te Tumu Paeroa is an independent, professional trustee organisation which protects and grows assets on behalf of over 95,000 Māori landowners. We manage 2,000 trusts, companies and joint ventures across 100,000 hectares of Māori freehold land. Te Tumu Paeroa offers a range of services including: trust and property management; registry; payments and scholarship administration; investment and commercial development.
About the role:
The Business Analyst will work with stakeholders from all business units and related third parties to define and document business processes and software requirements for future changes to any TTP IT systems and assist in their successful rollout.
- Support the PMO Manager by undertaking the administration and maintenance of project controls, such as risks, issues, dependencies, and change control registers
- Act as a liaison between end-users and the vendor when clarifications to requirements are required
- Document both business and system requirements that address the business/customer needs
- Assist in developing an overall Change Management strategy
- Identify and understand the current and future state business processes for all business units within TTP
- Understand all TTP IT systems including MS CRM, NAV and SharePoint, and all integration points
- Help the business users envisage the future and how their work will need to change to support the future
- Experience working with different IT frameworks and methodologies and with integrated IT systems
- Strong workshop facilitation skills and the ability to negotiate and help business users agree to compromise
- Resourceful, enterprising and proactive
- Flexibility, resilience and ability to deal with ambiguity
- Build relationships of trust, credibility and respect with own team, and other teams, and with clients and key stakeholders.
- Undergraduate degree or relevant higher education qualification preferred
- An affinity for Maori tikanga and Te Reo
As a part of Te Tumu Paeroa, you will work in a dynamic and vibrant office that holds fantastic values in accordance to Māori land and Māori heritage. Additional benefits include five weeks annual leave and training and development opportunities.
Robert Walters endeavours to review all applications in a maximum of five working days. If you have not received correspondence within this timeframe please do not hesitate to contact Lauren Hamilton on 04 471 9737.